Review: Cunk on Everything by Philomena Cunk

Title: Cunk on Everything: The Encyclopaedia Philomena

Author: Philomena Cunk

Pages: 304 Pages

Publisher: Two Roads

The Blurb

Philomena Cunk is one of the greatest thinkers of the 21st century, and in Cunk on Everything she turns her attention to our biggest issue: why are there so many books? Wouldn’t it be better if there was just one? This is that book – an encyclopedia of ALL HUMAN KNOWLEDGE, from sausages to Henry of Eight to Brush Strokes to vegetarian sausages.

Read it, and you’ll never have to read another book again.

 (AMAZON BLURB)

The Review

Cunk on Britain was the funniest program on TV last year. Diana Morgan’s character Philomena Cunk explained the history of Britain in an entertaining way…if not a little bit inaccurate.

I received a copy of Cunk on Everything from my fiancé for Christmas (coincidentally I had also bought him a copy – freaky deaky). I read it every couple of days, laughing along with the absurdity of some of the sayings but if I am completely honest it needs the deadpan tone of Philomena Cunk to really get the entertainment value up.

I think I will listen to the Audiobook and see if that makes a difference.

Cunk on Everything: The Encyclopaedia Philomena by Philomena Cunk is available now.

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