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Expecting something wonderful with surprising twists in an interesting story line from Julian Fellowes I found it boring.
This book is great fun--and a true insider's observations on why the mores/manners of the British Aristos/upper class are so amusing--especially to us Americans.
The book was very well written, with excellent insight into human character, never mean or low, full of subtle humor, and I was sad when it ended.
It's entertaining but I think his book "Past Imperfect" is much better.Published 4 days ago by Bettina Charlotte Voepel
Funny and readable. Characters portrayed with brutal honesty and what seemed to be genuine affection.Published 10 days ago by D. Taggart
I chose this book because of the author. It is a quick, fun read and an interesting look into the lives of the British elite.Published 18 days ago by L. Nuhfer
I read this after All the Light... and did find it interesting but not nearly as good as the previous read.Published 1 month ago by Fran R. Garrity
Its very hard to tell what it is. My father's most severe criticism of any object was simply 'guess what it is and you can have it'. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Book Worm
Loved it, loved it! Subtle social satire in the form of a very satisfying story about a middle -class girl who marries into the aristocracy. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Karen Bauman
I enjoyed this novel solely because of the witty style of writing and the glance at the English Class system.Published 2 months ago by Maire Claremont
This is a great read for all those who are into the British fiction. Julian Fellowes gives us a glimpse of the inner lives of the upper classes, who still adhere to a great deal... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Estelle Edwards