Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy by Helen Fielding

By Helen Fielding

Mad concerning the Boy (Bridget Jones #3)

Bridget Jones is back!

whilst Helen Fielding first wrote Bridget Jones' Diary, charting the lifetime of a 30-something singleton in London within the Nineties, she brought readers to at least one of the main cherished characters in smooth literature. The booklet used to be released in forty international locations, bought greater than 15 million copies around the globe, and spawned a best-selling sequel, Bridget Jones: the sting of cause. the 2 books have been become significant blockbuster movies starring Renée Zellweger, Hugh provide and Colin Firth.

along with her hotly expected 3rd installment, Bridget Jones: Mad concerning the Boy, Fielding introduces us to an entire new engaging part of Bridget's lifestyles set in modern London, together with the demanding situations of retaining intercourse attraction because the years roll through and the nightmare of drunken texting, the thin jean, the disastrous email cc, overall loss of Twitter fans, and TVs that desire ninety buttons and 3 remotes to easily activate.

An uproariously humorous novel of contemporary existence, Bridget Jones: Mad in regards to the Boy is a victorious go back of our favourite Everywoman.

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They all helped. Across the creek and up the bank swung the Slow Train to Oxmox, dripping mud, snails, and duckweed. Everyone stayed dry, except Edwin. “Now we’re tootin’,” piped the conductor. “Young fellow, it’s good to have you aboard. ” “Actually, I’m a mechanical engineer,” Edwin replied. “So, on to Oxmox,” announced the conductor. “With stops at Tumblerock, and Corklepop Tunnel, and who knows? Maybe a few other places. ” SSSS—ptoo! The smokestack spat. The whistle gurgled. The engine rattled and sneezed, spraying Edwin’s glasses.

The smokestack spat. The whistle gurgled. The engine rattled and sneezed, spraying Edwin’s glasses. He blinked. “Wow,” said Edwin. “That felt like the biggest, wettest, sloppiest kiss ever! ” And the autumn sun shone down, drying up the speckles on the glasses of Edwin Blink.

The smokestack spat. The whistle gurgled. The engine rattled and sneezed, spraying Edwin’s glasses. He blinked. “Wow,” said Edwin. “That felt like the biggest, wettest, sloppiest kiss ever! ” And the autumn sun shone down, drying up the speckles on the glasses of Edwin Blink.

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