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Asterix in Britain by Rene Goscinny

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“Asterix in Britain” is the eighth book in the “Asterix” comic book series created by René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo. The book was first published in French in 1966, and it has since been translated into many languages, becoming one of the most popular entries in the Asterix series.

The story takes place in ancient Britain, where Julius Caesar’s Roman army is attempting to conquer the island. One British village, however, remains unconquered thanks to its inhabitants’ love of tea and warm beer. Asterix and Obelix travel to Britain to help the British resistance, led by the warrior Queen Boudicca, and deliver a barrel of magic potion to the village.

The book is known for its humorous portrayal of British culture, including references to tea drinking, cricket, and the British weather. It also features a number of memorable characters, such as the tea-loving British chief, the bumbling Roman soldiers, and the fierce Queen Boudicca.

As with all the Asterix books, “Asterix in Britain” combines historical satire with slapstick humor, making it an enjoyable read for both children and adults. It remains a classic of the Asterix series and a beloved favorite of fans around the world.


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