Bridget jones mad about the boy spoilers

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Mad About the Boy (Bridget Jones, #3) by Helen Fielding

Bridget Jones is back!

Great comic writers are as rare as hens teeth. And Helen is one of a very select band who have created a character of whom the very thought makes you smile. Bridget Jones Diary, charting the life of a 30-something singleton in London in the 1990s was a huge international bestseller, published in 40 countries and selling over 15 million copies worldwide. Its sequel, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, published soon after was also a major international bestseller. Both were made into films starring Renee Zellweger, Hugh Grant and Colin Firth.

Set in the present, the new novel will explore a different phase in Bridgets life with an entirely new scenario. As Helen Fielding has said: If people laugh as much reading it as I am while writing it then well all be very happy.
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A special hello to Australia from Helen Fielding, author of Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy

B ridget Jones, you could argue, was the first truly modern comic heroine. Back in the mids, through Bridget and her friends, Helen Fielding identified the confusion of a new generation of women and crucially allowed her readers to laugh at it.
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Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy by Helen Fielding review

If this is news to you, I apologize for having to be the one to inform you of this terrible news and urge you to escape from beneath your humble abode. However, let us return to the main issue at hand. Mr Darcy is dead. He ceases to exist in the fictional world. I adopted the attitude that my father has towards the Godfather series: laud the first two movies for their cinematic genius and pretend like the third movie never happened. Mark Darcy was a modern, attainable and relatable option for me in my depressingly Darcy-free existence.

Posted by M. The Setup Bridget Jones is now fifty-one years old and widowed, Mark having died five years prior during a goodwill mission after his armoured vehicle hit a landmine in Darfur. Since then, Bridget has been raising their two children, Mabel and Billy who are five and seven respectively alone. Roxster, a man twenty-one years her junior. Roxster ends things with her because of their age differences. She ends up falling for Scott, for whom the feeling is more than mutual. The novel concludes with Bridget and Scott having a commitment ceremony and becoming a blended family, which includes her kids and his two sons from a previous marriage.

From the desk of Christina Boyd:. Readers kept it on the New York Times bestseller list for over six months. Now 14 years later, Fielding has resurrected her most popular character .
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Characters pop in solely as set-ups and the double entendres come thick and fast. Familiarity is a wonderful thing. Characters become friends. Maybe we even feel superior in our judgement of them. Just like real-life friends, then.



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