[The ASBO Fairy Tales Read] epub By Chris Pilbeam

Free read The ASBO Fairy Tales

Sit back relax and allow Hans Christian Asbosen to tell you fantastical stories of far away lands Once upon a time there were Hansel and Britney and their trail of Wotsits Jack and the Weedstalk Snow White and the Seven Dads and Bling erel. Silly but fun little read Liked the various references to Jeremy Kyle

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The ASBO Fairy Tales

La Not uite as traditional as first glance might suggest these hilarious reworkings of traditional classics are a wonderfully acerbic look at today's society The Asbo Fairy Tales are fantastically packaged to resemble a traditional book of. I think this was supposed to be funnyIt definitely was not

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Fairy stories with great comic illustrations of the uniue characters There's Little Red Riding Hoodie the Crack Piper of Camden mistakenly enlisted to rid London of its rats and Sleep In Beauty who is cursed with an addiction to fairydust. Funny in most parts but can be offensive in others Also don t read this book if you are in anyway shape or form against animal abuse there are a couple of scenes in here I found hard to chew


10 thoughts on “The ASBO Fairy Tales

  1. says:

    Silly but fun little read Liked the various references to Jeremy Kyle

  2. says:

    The ASBO Fairy Tales is an absolutely abhorrent book that relies on demeaning Daily Mail style stereotypes of the working class for it

  3. says:

    What a horrible little book This is nothing but middle class snobbery It's not funny in fact in places it's uncomfortable I could get into the slut shaming the anti feminist themes The horrible stereotypes about the 'lower classes' If

  4. says:

    I think this was supposed to be funnyIt definitely was not

  5. says:

    DNFI bought this at Booksale thinking that this would be a fun readIT WASN'TI read the first story saying WTF over and over until I finished it As I was starting on the next story it was just so annoying that I said nope and closed the bookA w

  6. says:

    This is an excellent very much tongue in cheek retelling of some of those famous fairy tales we all love It certainly isn't one to be read if you don't have a wacky sense of humour or if you're easily offended It's a very easy and uick read that can have the reader laughing all the way through

  7. says:

    3stars because i could imagine scottish comedians like lemmy or frankie boyle actingreporting these they'd be funnier to watch or read aloud in the midst of a drinking session or something with folk who have a darker sense of humour

  8. says:

    The book itself and the illustrations are very attractive But while focuses on adult themes seems to be written for children

  9. says:

    Funny in most parts but can be offensive in others Also don't read this book if you are in anyway shape or form against animal abuse there are a couple of scenes in here I found hard to chew

  10. says:

    Really boring Bad and repetitive jokes Would not read again