I was worried I wasn't going to like this just due to the controversy Mitford had with her sister's Diana and Unity. I loved it though. It was funny and reminded me of some of the best of Waugh's books. I can see how Diana and Unity wouldn't've liked it, but I didn't think it made fun of fascism that badly either. Eugenia's devotion to her cause was, I thought, treated pretty well with touches of humor added in. I didn't feel it portrayed the Union Jackshirts in a terrible light. Really, the people who came off the worst were the silly, flighty women who were just looking for a sort of summer fling. I loved it.