Letters to be Read in a Heavily British Accent

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  • Paperback
  • 108 pages
  • Letters to be Read in a Heavily British Accent
  • Joel Bresler
  • English
  • 07 February 2019
  • 0741445034

About the Author: Joel Bresler

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Letters to be Read in a Heavily British Accent Letters To Be Read In A Heavily British Accent Recounts The Hilarious And Historically Set Misadventures Of Sherwood, A Recruit In H Majesty S Army And Penelope, His Bit Of All Right Back Home Through Their Letters, They Share Incidents And Events, And Discuss Their Relationship, Which Looks Good On Paper, But Sherwood Describes To Penelope In Vivid, Comic Detail His Experiences As A Soldier, From Training Camp Up To And Beyond An Epic Mission Penelope S Attempts To Keep From Pining For Sherwood To A Really Inconvenient Degree Get Her Out Of The House A Lot With Just About Everybody Their Separate Adventures Come Together To Form The Climax For Lack Of A Better Term Of Their Story

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10 thoughts on “Letters to be Read in a Heavily British Accent

  1. Melki says:

    Nothing shall hinder the romance of Penelope and Sherwood, not the horrors of war OR a leg humping dog.This epistolary novella explores familiar territory He marches off to war while She keeps the home fires burning, but you ve never seen it explored quite this way before.Poor Penelope s letters describe how she keeps her loneliness for Sherwood at bay by a series of distractions parties, travel and extremely distracting boy toys, many of them named Jean Something Sherwood, meanwhile, is bu Nothing shall hinder the romance of Penelope and Sherwood, not the horrors of war OR a leg humping dog.This epistolary novella explores familiar territory He marches off to war while She keeps the home fires burning, but you ve never seen it explored quite this way before.Poor Penelope s letters describe how she keeps her loneliness for Sherwood at bay by a series of distractions parties, travel and extremely distracting boy toys, many of them named Jean Something Sherwood, meanwhile, is busy marching strolling around the countryside, looking for a war any war will do and avoiding colliding with trees It s muchdifficult than it sounds This is an immensely enjoyable, fast read with a surprise ending.God save the Queen

  2. Lisa Shiroff says:

    Very funny If you love inane ramblings, quirky characters, and British humor a la American style , this is the book for you It s an epistolary novel featuring not quite love letters between a quasi soldier and his quasi faithful girl back home You could see the book as a snarky and satirical commentary on the rationale behind war and the feckless attitudes of those back home or you could just read it to have fun I recommend the latter.

  3. Kathy Cohen says:

    This hilarious romp is a must read for those who like comedies of manners of the Wodehousean type Bresler got everything right, and his characters, Penelope and Sherwood, are delightful parodies of the brave warrior and his faithful love back home The author s use of the epistolary style letters back and forth was a perfect choice to tell this very entertaining story.

  4. Michael E. Schulte Sr. says:

    Just too funnyHaving heard many letters home being retired Army myself I found this bookor less a comedic replay of days past in combat when we called it snail mail Mis communication abounds and assumptions made Just too funny, could not put it down Fantastic fun short read.

  5. Valerie says:

    Some novels tell tragedies of love and loss with prose so ephemeral grownups weep at the words Others overflow with love triumphant, sparkling and golden This book is different Letters to be Read in a Heavily British Accent details two young people driven apart as one travels off to war consisting entirely of getting lost, undergoing army pranks, filling free time, and interrogating people without a common language The other is, sadly left at home with nothing to do but languish in despair Some novels tell tragedies of love and loss with prose so ephemeral grownups weep at the words Others overflow with love triumphant, sparkling and golden This book is different Letters to be Read in a Heavily British Accent details two young people driven apart as one travels off to war consisting entirely of getting lost, undergoing army pranks, filling free time, and interrogating people without a common language The other is, sadly left at home with nothing to do but languish in despair while traveling off color style on her family s money and making a host of flirtatious new friends Still, they re deeply in love Apparently What could make this romantic farce sillier yet Well, reading it with the accent comes to mind But add in a traitor, a spy, an allegedly handmade sweater with the tags still in , dance happy soldiers, Not Gang Very Aft Agly Day, and many overly attentive French guides called Jean, and we ve descended into pure comedy The lovers, with their gushing prose are hysterical I can just picture you dragging your battle worn form through all manner of positively ghastly conditions, Penelope writes You could even be killed Oh, Sherwood, wouldn t that be glorious Sherwood, meanwhile, is just looking for activities to pad out his rigorous army schedule, from marching up and down England looking for France to accidentally invading France while seeking war in the desert and sometime after the Crusades Puns fill the pages, ranging from groaners to super groaners It keeps its silliness as poor Sherwood finally does go to war and discovers the dastardly truth behind his mission As a spoof of romantic correspondences of love and war, it s not to be missed

  6. John Sibley says:

    This book could very well be the antidote for what ails modern people It s the perfect read after you get pulled aside at an airport for a complete strip search Or for the day your car won t start when you have an important meeting at work Or right after the principal at your kids school phones and wants to see you NOW At times like these that you want to just enter the gentle funny world of Penelope and Sherwood whose gentle letters are to be read, of course, in a heavy British accent You This book could very well be the antidote for what ails modern people It s the perfect read after you get pulled aside at an airport for a complete strip search Or for the day your car won t start when you have an important meeting at work Or right after the principal at your kids school phones and wants to see you NOW At times like these that you want to just enter the gentle funny world of Penelope and Sherwood whose gentle letters are to be read, of course, in a heavy British accent You will calm down, feel better, and get a grin on face Thank you for that, Joel Bresler

  7. Rodney Carlson says:

    We follow along the adventures of the daft but loveable hero on his quest to be worthy of his fair consort Meet Penelope who bides her time waiting for the protagonist by becoming an excellent host to the local menfolk If you like Pratchett type humor, you ll love this book If you don t, it s still an adorable story.

  8. Jane says:

    Daft Fast read.