SUMMARY ä Mad About the Boy


  • Hardcover
  • 384
  • Mad About the Boy
  • Helen Fielding
  • Czech
  • 08 February 2018
  • 9788073889609

10 thoughts on “Mad About the Boy

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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

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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 the writing is fine funn

  3. says:

    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 as a widow and a mother it seemed like it could be an interesting idea If Helen Fielding

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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 50 something mother But it was surprisingly fun to read about her adventures in dating and parenthood The book made me laugh out loud several times and I often found myself smiling while I readThe no

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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

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

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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 decision to do away with the beloved Mark Darcy in a horrible accident and to set the novel at a point in time five years later when Bridget is beginning to recover from the shock of her grief T

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Helen Fielding  9 SUMMARY

Mad About the Boy

?tři““ 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 milova. You ve got to be kidding me view spoilerMark Darcy is dead Dead hide spoiler

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Bridget Jonesová se vrací po téměř šestnácti letech na scénu Leccos se bezpochyby Mad About MOBI #224 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. 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 the release of the third book As all fans are aware Bridget s appeal was that women whatever their background could identify with her Sadly this is no longer the case she is a wealthy widow does not work her ludicrous attempts at screenwriting can t be counted as work and they most definitely can t be counted as being funny has a nanny and a cleaner yet constantly whinges about her hectic life easily loses 3 stones in 13 weeks and bags herself a toyboy 21 years her junior Most of us would struggle to relate to her and this perhaps reflects the probability that Helen Fielding s life now is very far removed from that of most women The thirty something Bridget was imperfect insecure and loveable the 51 year old Bridget is just a silly mare who needs a bloody good talking to by someone who lives in the real world as opposed to her once entertaining ridiculous friends Had Mark Darcy lived it s very difficult to imagine that he would have put up with such an annoying creature This is the main reason that the book just doesn t work the others being that the attempts at amusing social commentary about matters such as competitive parents and domestic technology have been done before and that the book has obviously been written with the film in mind Up until the last 50 pages I was going to rate it 2 stars v generous owing to nostalgia However as the predictable ending with its clumsy parallel with Pride and Prejudice yet another one unfolded I nearly threw the book on the fire and so could only award it 1 star Gravitys Rainbow po téměř šestnácti letech na scénu Leccos se bezpochyby Mad About MOBI #224 změnilo ale hodně toho zůstalo Daisy Malone and the Blue Glowing Stone při starém Pravda Bridget zestárla sama vychovává dvě děti ale na jejím Pretend God Is Deaf přístupu k životu se nezměnilo zhola nic Někde Cased Images & Tintypes KwikGuide pod Las Puertas Del Amor povrchem té současné dospělé Bridgit je Discoveries pořád ta. 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 A Fire Within: Sekret Machines Series, Book 2 put down this book 0 number of times actually Idenics put down this book 100I loved Bridget Jones I avidly read the weekly column before the books came out and excitedly awaited the release of the third book As all fans are aware Bridget s appeal was that women whatever their background could identify with her Sadly this is no longer the case she is a wealthy widow does not work her ludicrous attempts at screenwriting can t be counted as work and they most definitely can t be counted as being funny has a nanny and a cleaner yet constantly whinges about her hectic life easily loses 3 stones in 13 weeks and bags herself a toyboy 21 years her junior Most of us would struggle to relate to her and this Night Owl Loonette perhaps reflects the Deadshifted (Edie Spence, probability that Helen Fielding s life now is very far removed from that of most women The thirty something Bridget was imperfect insecure and loveable the 51 year old Bridget is just a silly mare who needs a bloody good talking to by someone who lives in the real world as opposed to her once entertaining ridiculous friends Had Mark Darcy lived it s very difficult to imagine that he would have El agujero del infierno put up with such an annoying creature This is the main reason that the book just doesn t work the others being that the attempts at amusing social commentary about matters such as competitive The Essential Jim Brickman, Vol. 4 (Piano/Vocal/Chords) parents and domestic technology have been done before and that the book has obviously been written with the film in mind Up until the last 50 Teddy pages I was going to rate it 2 stars v generous owing to nostalgia However as the Calling Me Home predictable ending with its clumsy The Taint of Lovecraft parallel with Pride and Prejudice yet another one unfolded I nearly threw the book on the fire and so could only award it 1 star

REVIEW Mad About the Boy

Rozpustilá třicítka 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 ?. 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 50 something mother But it was surprisingly fun to read about her adventures in dating and parenthood The book made me laugh out loud several times and I often found myself smiling while I readThe novel opens with Bridget excited about dating a younger man and writing a screenplay in addition to being a single parent of two children As you may have already heard and which is revealed early in the book Bridget s husband the wonderful Mr Mark Darcy was killed in an accident while working in Africa and now she is finally coming out of her grief and depression to start dating againI think so many women fell in love with the Bridget Jones books and the delightful movie versions because she allowed us to laugh at ourselves and our funny obsessions with dieting and men and self improvement projects It was smart of Helen Fielding to update the story because that generation of women has matured and now has other issues to deal with and who better to help us cope with laughter than our dear old friend BridgetOne new thing that Bridget tries is social media She opens a Twitter account and uickly gets obsessed with how many followers she has She feels pressure to tweet clever things and then embarrassment after tweeting while drunk And when she meets a young man on Twitter she likes to flirt with she learns how much fun texting can beThe fantastic thing about texting is that it allows you to have an instant intimate emotional relationship giving each other a running commentary on your lives without taking up any time whatsoever or involving meetings or arrangements or any of the complicated things which take place in the boring old non cyber world Apart from sex it would be perfectly possible to have an entire relationship that is much closer and healthier than many traditional marriages without actually meeting in person at allIn addition to the humor of modern life there is also a sweet side to the story Bridget genuinely loved her husband and was devastated by his death Her plans for self improvement and forced cheerfulness are so touching because she is desperately trying to be a good mum to her kids even though she d rather stay in bed wallow in her grief and eat chocolate ice creamIf you enjoyed the first two Bridget Jones books you will probably like this one There is humor there is romance and there is even a happy ending I declare it to be v v good


About the Author: Helen Fielding

Helen Fielding was born in Yorkshire She worked for many years in London Mad About MOBI :à as a newspaper and TV journalist travelling as wildly and as often as possibly to Africa India and Central America She is the author of four novels Cause Celeb Bridget Jones’ s Diary Bridget JonesThe Edge of Reason and Olivia Joules and the Overactive Imagination and co wrote the screenplays for the movie of Bridget.