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on 5 December 2017
Very poor quality. Was advertised as new very good but is anything but
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on 3 March 2015
good read book good
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on 7 November 2017
Hilarious. Loved it. Something for all Bridget Jones lovers.
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on 14 December 2014
A lovely gift for a friend
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on 7 December 2013
i was hoping for a short story, my fault for just having a quick look...
wasnt interesting or funny and was qite silly, i just put it in the recycling bin.
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on 29 May 2001
Caused numerous giggles, which made nearby airplane passengers look distinctly nervous. Should rate as 4 stars as it was sooooo short but it gets 5 as the money goes to a v.good cause. Pizza photos look suspiciously Southern Californian ... definitely NOT Sloaney a mini-break! Highly recommend playing "Shag, Marry or Push off a Cliff" although there should be a limit on how many times George Clooney is mentioned! Buy this book if you are currently suffering from Bridget Jones Withdrawal Syndrome, it helps!
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on 14 March 2008
Better than I expected, actually. Read this after watching the film and I like to think of them separately because quite a lot was different. Some parts had amazing imagery that made me cackle, and I love Bridget's tone. An added plus was the vocab I managed to pick up and now weave into my daily life (e.g. ****wittage)
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on 14 March 2001
A very short book - I finished it in about 20 minutes - but very amusing and inkeeping with Bridget's character. Of course, the best thing is it's for charity, with a large percentage of the proceeds going to Comic Relief, so it's well worth buying. The perfect companion to the first two novels and it should keep fans happy until the film is released!
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on 13 March 2001
This was written in true Bridget Jones style! It was witty and very true to life. The advice Bridget gives on everyday issues from cooking to losing weight is the kind of advice you want to hear and the kind of solutions you usually use! A book for all Bridget fans and especially as £2 goes to Comic Relief. p.s. it's very quick to read but small enough to fit into your handbag to look at for help when you unexpectedly bump into those smug marrieds in the street!!
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on 29 November 2013
It's ok, nothing new, just the old Bridget stuff rehashed. And it is wafer thin! What a sell.
I'm only giving it 3 stars because it was for Comic Relief, otherwise I would rate it lower.
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