Bridget Jones, the iconic character who sold 15 million books worldwide, inspired a major motion picture franchise, and became beloved as a Chardonnay-swilling everywoman, is back in this hotly anticipated third installment.
Set in contemporary London, the new novel brings us Bridget in a new phase of life.
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Love this book for exactly what it is
We should demand a rewrite
What a waste of time listening to a vapid, pathetic, whining Brigid pine for her dead husband while lusting after men almost half her age. Here's my fan fiction fantasy rewrite: Brigid & Mark are settling into the 7 year itch. Brigid, feeling insecure after putting on some baby weight, follows Mark on one of his many business trips, sure he's having an affair. Of course, Daniel has to go with her, so she doesn't rouse suspicion by putting the trip on her own credit cards. Meanwhile, She and Daniel are seen by Mark in a foreign city & misunderstandings & typical lovely Brigid mishaps ensue. Brigid & Mark get together in the end. So, Helen Fielding, how about a do-over?
She's talented, but makes Brigid sound too old and whiny & her children too lispy. Sorry, Samantha. You're obviously very talented, just miscast.