By Helen Fielding
Move over, Bridget Jones’s diary: She’s again, and this time she’s texting and tweeting. . .
Fourteen years after touchdown Mark Darcy, Bridget’s existence has taken her areas she by no means anticipated. yet regardless of the hot demanding situations of unmarried parenting, on-line courting, wildly morphing costume sizes, and bafflingly advanced distant controls, she is identical irrepressible and endearing soul all of us remember—though her expertise for embarrassing herself in hilarious methods has turn into dangerously amplified now that she has 752 Twitter fans. As Bridget navigates head lice epidemics, school-picnic humiliations, and cross-generational intercourse, she learns that existence isn’t over in case you begin wanting analyzing glasses—and why one should not, ever textual content whereas inebriated.
Studded with witty observations in regards to the perils and absurdities of our occasions, Mad concerning the Boy is either outrageously comedian and really relocating. As we watch her facing heartbreaking loss and rediscovering love and pleasure, Bridget invitations us to fall for her in every single place again.