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Ports day in sports bras and running shorts with little back packs containing high energy drinks and that's just for them to summer on Exmoor hosting demanding visiting ponie. It isn t nearly as funny as the description promises The writing ranges from brilliant to mediocre to pathetic One keeps waiting for something to happen Albeit it is a diary and nothing spectacular must necessarily take place in daily life in a span of a year Yet one feels as if there is no agenda or clear thought in laying the happenings down into a bookThe family s role is poorly developed peripheral and inconsistent The sub title is completely removed from the contents of the bookBest browsed in one sitting Not worth than that Empire State Building: The Making of a Landmark keeps waiting for something to happen Albeit it is a diary and nothing spectacular must necessarily take place in daily life in a span of a year Yet one feels as if there is no agenda or clear thought in laying the happenings down into a bookThe family s role is poorly developed peripheral and inconsistent The sub title is completely removed from the contents of the bookBest browsed in one sitting Not worth than that

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Rachel Johnson's hilarious take on life as a yummy mummy in West London and on Exmoor has been making her newspaper readers chortle for the last couple of years now they are. If this book were fiction like Momzillas then perhaps it could raise a smile and you d think no one could be like this surely Then you realise it s not fiction it s real It s probably one of the most irritating books I ve ever read The author a writer and mother to 3 hideous children writes a diary of her year It highlights all the worst things about modern life over parenting yet with badly behaved and rude children snobbishness and the need to have your children go to the right 20000 a year school what can they teach them for that price I d expect my child to leave at least as a Nobel Peace Prize winner or a genuis like Einstein Anyone remotely normal and working class could never relate to this woman and I for one am glad I don t The writer comes across as shallow lazy whiny disorganised despite having nannies and au pairs and obsessed with trivialities If you don t want to raise your blood pressure then avoid this at all costs

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Seamlessly turned into a diary of her year from the dog's birthday party in January games of Paws the Parcel to the June sports days where the mummies turn up at the school s. The cover of this book greatly glamourized what it contains unecessarily You would think it is about a mother s life and packed with drama and comedy but it isn t It is just a boring diary with details that no onw wants to know The book is written in a seemingly funny way but has no actual funny content at all I am not opposed to the fact that she is a rich mother who has many privileges and a relatively easy life but still complains about it I just don t see the point of the book even after finishing it to the last word জামশেদ মুস্তফির হাড় know The book is written in a seemingly funny way but has no actual funny content at all I am not opposed to the fact that she is a rich mother who has many privileges and a relatively easy life but still complains about it I just don t see the point of the book even after finishing it to the last word


10 thoughts on “The Mummy Diaries Or How to Lose Your Husband Children and Dog In Twelve Months

  1. says:

    If this book were fiction like Momzillas then perhaps it could raise a smile and you'd think 'no one could be like this surely' Then

  2. says:

    The author of this book is sheltered bratty whiny as hell and a horrible mother She relates tales of her youngest son who is 6 wandering about in the neighbors' houses watching their tv and raiding their pantries

  3. says:

    A mother who is staying at home has an Au Pair and a cleaning woman and still complains that she has too much to do rolleyesIt's not a coherent story but rather short columns And while they might be good for publi

  4. says:

    I really enjoyed this book as a working class mum I thoroughly enjoyed this satirical piss take of the upper middle class mother a woman so sheltered so privileged and so bloody useless she can't cope 'flying solo' despite a cleaner and all three of her kids being in school She absolutely must get an au pair sorted even

  5. says:

    Awful I didn't even manage to finish this The main character who apparently is a real person? had such a shallow and sheltered life that I don't know how her publisher expected the average woman to relate to her I'm sure the

  6. says:

    The cover of this book greatly glamourized what it contains unecessarily You would think it is about a mother's life and packed with drama and

  7. says:

    It isn't nearly as funny as the description promises The writing ranges from brilliant to mediocre to pathetic One keeps waiting for something to 'happen' Albeit it is a 'diary' and nothing spectacular must necessarily take place in daily life in a span of a year Yet one feels as if there is no agenda or clear thought in laying the happenings down into a bookThe family's role is poorly developed peripheral a

  8. says:

    Interesting enough light reading

  9. says:

    I thought that this was a fiction book but have discovered it wasn't It was an ok book if it was fiction as you think maybe there is some person out there that is a complete idiot to the real world Now discovering that this is based on her life you can't believe that this person exists and rather than it being based in several people it's actually based in just the one I don't plan on reading this book again

  10. says:

    Fun read hilarious at times Is this mom even real???I'm still buying these British Chick Lit novels with the hope of reliving the hilarity and uber popular coolness of Fielding's Bridget Jones Diary But so far haven't found the right book yet that will match if not exceed my expectations of the penultimate Brit novel