Synopses & Reviews
"...for all of Bridget's misguidedness, it's the familiarity of her predicaments that make her so endearing. We laugh, but not without a hint of self-knowledge." Susan Llewelyn Leach, Christian Science Monitor
"Bridget Jones is a joy and comfort, and Helen Fielding is bloody great." Mademoiselle
"How can a reader not love this woman not in spite of her faults but because of them?" A. M. Gates, The New York Times Book Review
"Funnier and more accomplished than the original diary, and in fact takes recognition humor into a new dimension. Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason is a glorious read, and there is a laugh on every page." London Sunday Times Books
"...a brilliant return to the quirky world of Bridget Jones." BUST Magazine
Bridget is back! The bestselling, self-disciplined, glacially poised, and practically non-smoking Bridget has returned with another year's worth of unflinching self-analysis, iron willpower, and hardly any Chardonnay.
Table of Contents
ch. 1.Happily ever after --ch. 2.Jellyfish at large --ch. 3.Doooom! --ch. 4.Persuasion --ch. 5.Mr. Darcy, Mr. Darcy --ch. 6.Italian job --ch. 7.Mood-swinging Singletons --ch. 8.Oh baby --ch. 9.Social hell --ch. 10.Mars and Venus in the dustbin --ch. 11.Thai takeaway --ch. 12.Strange times --ch. 13.Gaaah! --ch. 14.For better or worse? --ch. 15.Excess Christmas spirit.