THE NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER
What do you do when a girlfriend's 60th birthday party is the same day as your boyfriend's 30th?
Is it wrong to lie about your age when online dating?
Is it morally wrong to have a blow-dry when one of your children has head lice?
Does the Dalai Lama actually tweet or is it his assistant?
Is technology now the fifth element? Or is that wood?
Is sleeping with someone after 2 dates and 6 weeks of texting the same as getting married after 2 meetings and 6 months of letter writing in Jane Austen's day?
Pondering these, and other modern dilemmas, Bridget Jones stumbles through the challenges of single-motherhood, tweeting, texting and redisovering her sexuality in what SOME people rudely and outdatedly call 'middle age'.
The long-awaited return of a much-loved character, Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy is timely, tender, touching, witty, wise and bloody hilarious.
Bridget's back and it's v.v. good... I laughed, I cried and most of all I loved'
Sharp and humorous...snappily written, observationally astute...genuinely moving
A fun fast-paces, entertaining ride...I devoured the book in two days
Laugh out loud funny
You'll be left feeling like you've just met up with an old pal you haven't seen for ages – and wish you could have done it sooner.
Her version of adulthood may not have quite come true for most millenials, but twenty-five years on, Helen Fielding’s creation is as funny and compelling as ever argues Lauren O'Neill