Reviews

  • A gloriously funny and touching story

    Daily Express
  • Bridget Jones is as relevant and funny today as she has always been... Daniel [Cleaver] is not only alive and shagging, he also has the best lines… Again and again he comes up with smutty one-liners that steal the show

    Evening Standard
  • Fielding’s narrative diverts from the screen version: notably that feckless Daniel Cleaver, the original “fuckwit” in Bridget’s life is, gratifyingly, very much alive and central to the plot of the novel. "VG"

    Financial Times
  • It’s a real fun read. The jokes are great and you find yourself rooting for Bridget and praying she gets the outcome she deserves

    The Sun
  • Before I read this book, I wondered whether there could possibly be anything left to tell. This book is absolutely necessary. At a time when the world seems especially dark and difficult, and sometimes stacked against women, Bridget Jones’s Baby is both a longed for slice of escapism and a real inspiration

    The Pool
  • It’s very, very good… Fielding reminds us once again she’s queen of encapsulating the female experience… Short, pacy and perfect

    Press Association
  • Helen Fielding is one of the funniest writers in Britain and Bridget Jones is a creation of comic genius

    Nick Hornby
  • A brilliant comic creation

    Salman Rushdie
  • How can a reader not love this woman?

    New York Times Book Review
  • Bridget Jones is no mere fictional character, she's the Spirit of the Age

    Evening Standard

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