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Lots of reviewers have slated this book for not having stuck to the same themes as before or for not following the fans lives in parallel. It is a daring book at times, discussing themes which are often untouched in the modern best selling sugar coated world, those of bereavement and managing a broken family whilst still maintaining a level of understanding of the self. To those reviewers who have 'grown up' - it may be worth taking a more relaxed look at yourselves and learning to play again, after all, we all need to enjoy being ourselves.
This is the point of the character of Bridget Jones, she is supposed to be ditsy and unable to understand Minecraft references. She has… Read more