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Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy - Community Reviews back

by Helen Fielding
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Booklife of Bia
Booklife of Bia rated it 2 years ago
This was the third part of the Bridget Jones series, featuring 90s-girl, 20-something Bridget's huuuge leap in time to the digital age (2013). She's struggeling with technology (Twitter, her smartphone, her TV,...) and her TWO kids, which apparently she had at a rather late stage in her 40s, as sh...
the dilemma of reading
the dilemma of reading rated it 4 years ago
Move over, Bridget Jones’s diary: She’s back, and this time she’s texting and tweeting. . . Fourteen years after landing Mark Darcy, Bridget’s life has taken her places she never expected. But despite the new challenges of single parenting, online dating, wildly morphing dress sizes, and bafflingly...
Lolanta
Lolanta rated it 6 years ago
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EricaO
EricaO rated it 6 years ago
I don't feel I can talk about this right now.
deborahmarkus7
deborahmarkus7 rated it 6 years ago
A lot of reviewers think this book doesn't work because the premise is unrealistic. Because there are plenty of women Bridget Jones' age who are single mothers due to divorce, but very few who are widows.Yeah, you know what I've noticed about the other two Bridget Jones books? They're one hundred pe...
books are breath
books are breath rated it 6 years ago
So I thoroughly enjoyed this lastest installment in the Bridget Jones series. It was funny, sometimes laugh out loud funny, sometimes snort milk out your nose funny. Bridget is so endearingly insecure and I can totally relate. I'm glad to have shared the last few weeks with her.
books are breath
books are breath rated it 6 years ago
hilarious!! bridget is so endearing and I feel like she's an old friend. I loved it.
books are breath
books are breath rated it 6 years ago
finally finished on a perfect snowy day So I thoroughly enjoyed this lastest installment in the Bridget Jones series. It was funny, sometimes laugh out loud funny, sometimes snort milk out your nose funny. Bridget is so endearingly insecure and I can totally relate. I'm glad to have shared the last ...
The book eater!
The book eater! rated it 6 years ago
After a busy week at work, I needed to unwind with something non-taxing on the brain. Reviews of the new Bridget Jones kept popping up on good reads, so I gave it a whirl. 'Mad about the boy' is what it is, a somewhat silly but enjoyable love story. We see Bridget mourne mark Darcy (not a spoiler...
Christy Herself
Christy Herself rated it 6 years ago
Maybe it takes living a certain kind of life to love and enjoy this book. Some books make me cry, but very few. While reading this book, I alternated between laughing and crying.Bridget is now a widow, having lost Mark Darcy in an accident in Sudan while negotiating the release of hostages. It is...
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