Mad about the boy book


The books went on to sell 15m copies in 40 countries, were adapted into Mad About the Boy begins four years after Mark's death, as Bridget. The title of Helen Fielding's new Bridget Jones novel, to be published on October 10, has been revealed as Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy. Mad About the Boy book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Bridget Jones is back!Great comic writers are as rare as hen's.

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Mad About The Boy Book

Helen Fielding's Mad About the Boy, her final farewell to Bridget Jones, at the school picnic has a truthfulness that too much of the book lacks. Before I began to read Mad About the Boy, this likeable third instalment of Bridget Jones's diary, I decided that our valiant heroine, happily. Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy (Book) Author Helen Fielding Genre Comedy novel, Chick lit Release Date October 15, Pages Publisher Knopf Plot.

By Sarah Crompton. Calories 2, Minutes spent reading Minutes spent laughing Packets of chocolate biscuits consumed 3. Bridget Jones was the poster girl for a generation. She invented a vocabulary: And a way of thinking: Terrifying slide into obesity — why, why?

Great story and I also finished it in 2 days. Really enjoyed the story. Kept my interest and I finished in less than 2 days.

Great job. I enjoyed the book and it kept my interest. I found it an illuminating insight into the nature of an obsession and how far people in the grip of the obsession will go to satisfy their fixation.

Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy (Book)

I enjoy pop music and used to be a regular gig goer but the very vivid sense of the discomfort and worse endured by those in this book are far removed from my experiences. The descriptions of the venues are very good and do convey a sense of being there. Overall I found it an entertaining and pleasurable read. What a great read. Warm, funny and really realistic.

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This lady must be a fan someone. I felt part of their world without the discomfort. The author showed a lot of sympathy for her characters without losing sight of their different personality traits and revealed much about the stress that must go with fame.

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Username or Email. Retype Password. But the tone is all wrong. Cannot have Roxster coming over when we have to nit comb everyone and wash all the pillowcases.

Surely it is not normal to be thinking of an excuse to cancel your toy boy because the entire household has got nits. Why do I keep getting myself into such a mess? Since Fielding was away many other authors have stepped in. If she is about to enter the fray, she had better have something original to say. You feel the weight of that worry as Fielding takes the staples of modern life — remote controls, tweeting, texting, online dating — and strains to make anything of them.

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