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    Number of days expected to take to read this book 1 number of days actually took to read this book 9 number of times expected to be able to put down this book 0 number of times actually put down this book 100I loved Bridget Jones; I avidly read the weekly column before the books came out and excitedly awaited

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    Dear Ms Fielding I want to erase this book from my memory I read it and despite the plot the scenes are good th

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    After hearing what the book is supposed to be about and the direction it's supposed to go in

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    Time spent looking forward to new Bridget Jones book MonthsTime spent reading new Bridget Jones book 2 daysTime spent being disappointed in new Bridget Jones book rest of life approxview spoilerI was so excited about this book and even hearing the Big Spoiler about Mark Darcy did not dim my enthusiasm Bridget Jones at a new stage in her life

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    When I heard that Helen Fielding had written a third book about Bridget Jones I was a bit perplexed because I wasn't sure whether the uirky antics of the scattered 30 something Bridget would still be amusing in a 5

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    Mad About the Boy Bridget Jones #3 Helen FieldingBridget Jones a thirty something single working woman living in London She writes about her career self image vices family friends and romantic relationshipsMad About the Boy 2013 is a different phase in Bridget's 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 we'll all be very happyتاریخ نخست

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    I preordered it So excited It's ridiculous how people judge the book without reading it The ratings should be blocked until the releaseI just read it I love that Bridget still is the same beloved and funny Bridget we met before I enjoyed her to

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    No not as disappointing as celebrity writer Stephen King's newer seuel Dr Sleep But boy does the minutiae build up uickly to a bunc

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    You've got to be kidding me view spoilerMark Darcy is dead Dead hide spoiler

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    Spoiler AlertRarely have a seen a set of reviews as inconsistent as those for Helen Fielding's latest installment in the Bridget Jones saga Mad About the Boy I assume that much of the hostility derives from Fielding's decisi

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Download à eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ Helen Fielding

“ a některé zůstaly stejné „Nebudu jíst víc než tři Big Macy nebo panini se sýrem a šunkou ze Starbucks týdně“ je jasné že Bridget kterou milují miliony čtenářů po celém světě je zpátky v plné polníBridget je zpět a je prostě skvělá Budete se smát budete plakat a hlavně – budete ji milov I preordered it So excited It s ridiculous how people judge the book without reading it The ratings should be blocked until the releaseI just read it I love that Bridget still is the same beloved and funny Bridget we met before I enjoyed her toy boy adventure I really love the character of Billy and I think the ending didnt disappointIts funny exciting and so easy to read Really enjoyable Rockonomics it So excited It s ridiculous how people judge the book without reading Pathfinder Chronicles it The ratings should be blocked until the releaseI just read Velvet Submission (Club Velvet Ice, it I love that Bridget still Oil Painting is the same beloved and funny Bridget we met before I enjoyed her toy boy adventure I really love the character of Billy and I think the ending didnt disappointIts funny exciting and so easy to read Really enjoyable

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Mad About the Boy

Bridget Jonesová se vrací po téměř šestnácti letech na scénu Leccos se bezpochyby změnilo ale hodně toho zůstalo při starém Pravda Bridget zestárla sama vychovává dvě děti ale na jejím přístupu k životu se nezměnilo zhola nic Někde pod povrchem té současné dospělé Bridgit je pořád ta rozpustilá t Dear Ms Fielding I want to erase this book from my memory I read it and despite the plot the scenes are good the writing is fine funny and sometimes sad But the premise that view spoilerMark Darcy is dead was a really stupid move Mark and Bridget are interesting enough that you didn t have to kill Mark to make Bridget s life interesting and your readers didn t need to see her fall in love again She s not supposed to love again hide spoiler Pathfinder Chronicles it and despite the plot the scenes are good the writing Velvet Submission (Club Velvet Ice, is fine funny and sometimes sad But the premise that view spoilerMark Darcy Oil Painting is dead was a really stupid move Mark and Bridget are Putins Russia interesting enough that you didn t have to kill Mark to make Bridget s life Seducida (Esclava victoriana, interesting and your readers didn t need to see her fall Essential Juices and Smoothies in love again She s not supposed to love again hide spoiler

Download à eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ Helen Fielding

řicítka co se po hlavě vrhá do nových dobrodružství věří v lásku až za hrob je magnetem na trapasy a neustále řeší svou váhu A i když do jejího seznamu předsevzetí přibyly nové výzvy „Přestanu před dětmi varovně počítat „Raz dva“ aniž jsem rozhodnutá co vlastně udělám až řeknu „tři Time spent looking forward to new Bridget Jones book MonthsTime spent reading new Bridget Jones book 2 daysTime spent being disappointed in new Bridget Jones book rest of life approxview spoilerI was so excited about this book and even hearing the Big Spoiler about Mark Darcy did not dim my enthusiasm Bridget Jones at a new stage in her life as a widow and a mother it seemed like it could be an interesting idea If Helen Fielding wants Bridget to be an older singleton I do think that it s better this way than for example if they had been married and then divorced or just never managed to uncross their signals once and for all But this book oh my While it seems like Helen Fielding really wants you to chuckle with fondness over Bridget being the same old Bridget I felt like her version of Bridget Jones at 51 was a bit too hollow or too facile perhapsYes Bridget would perpetually forget school permission forms and musical instruments Yes she might be too distracted by her own concerns to notice a septic fingernail And it s fine for her to not know exactly where Germany is as noted in The Edge of Reason But I do think that if she was working on a screenplay adaptation of Hedda Gabler that she would at least have a copy of the original play showing the correct author and spelling of the character s name This is a minor plot point but it shows the larger issue with this book it veers from making Bridget seem stupid to making Bridget a character that it is hard to believe inMaybe part of that is because Bridget s new circumstances are less relatable she has a nice townhouse and a nanny and no need to work for money Through the course of these books she has morphed from Eliza Bennett to Anne Elliot and somehow landed at Emma Woodhouse The bits that seem to try to make Bridget relatable are all to do with crisis about the children a look at how adorable and funny these little people are sort of humor I still remember the scene where Magda and Jeremy had that blazing row outside of Bridget s flat while her bathtub was overflowing and the car alarm was going off all over it was screamingly funny Nothing in this book really raises a genuine laughThere are a few nice moments in it when she has the moment with Jeremy where they are both being extremely sad about Mark and when as part of that same scene she thinks about how she has spent the last 20 years not wanting to hurt the feelings of a group of Cosmo s circle who are consistently rude to her Those both felt very real and true so much so that they almost seemed like part of a different story altogetherThe narrative structure of this book which sticks to the standard diary form but jumps through time from the opening scenes back in time to an earlier period then catches up with the opening scenes time period about half way through continues through linear time until the end when it fast forwards to a Happy Ending coda Aside from the part that day entries in the diary are so sprawling that they sometimes now go on for multiple chapters the overall structure and time movement doesn t make much sense Time as a whole seems a bit problematic for Fielding in this installment with Bridget being 51 with her oldest child at age 7 she must have had her first baby at 44 This is at least nine years after the end of the last book when she and Mark were planning their lives together Sure maybe it took awhile for them to get it all together but with all the previous mention of biological clocks doesn t it seem like they would have tried for kids right away Or if not that there would be some mention of why It seems rather like the answer is so that Bridget s children can be CuteLittlePeople Bridget s friends are all or less intact although Tom is now a top psychologist really and Jude has remained single after her divorce 10 months after the wedding from Vile Richard Shazzar has moved to America with her husband which may or may not be a metaphor for the voice of feminism becoming distant as Bridget ages As opposed to the previous books however where the friends had actual subplots of their own Tom s plastic surgerydisappearance for example they seem rather one note in this installment Tom s obsession with Gwyneth Paltrow s lifestyle blog is horned in at every possible opportunity but to no real end It s not even that funnyRoxster who is the toy boy that Bridget takes up with is a merry sex god who seems to have no personality of his own He s also 30 although his character seems to live and act like he just got out of university lives with three other boys and obsessed with food It s lovely that he is so nice to Bridget and helps her to get back on the horse of dating but you don t really care about him very much Also her obsession with texting and twitter makes Bridget a worse version of herself distracted and actually rather rude Also their tweets go on for pages and if you are not familiar with the way the handles work it is very difficult to tell who is talking and to whoThe True Love Interest is easy enough to spot as he is the one who takes on the role of swooping in every 50 pages or so scowling or saying something a bit snide to Bridget and then disappearing for a long bit of Roxster obsession Argh Part of my issue is that I didn t much like The True Love Interest in general he s not just a bit rude to Bridget at first he s actually insulting her in front of her son and part I didn t like the way Bridget gushes about him toward the end HE S SUCH A MAN And what was up with the coda where they decide to get all the children christened at the end It felt weird and tacked on and awkward Book is simply not vg hide spoiler