Bridget Jones's Baby by Helen Fielding
The Diaries

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...this literary version was phoned in, a hazy half-world described for an unloved correspondent on the way to some more interesting story.
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Bridget Jones, beloved Singleton and global phenomenon, is back with a bump in Bridget Jones's Baby: The Diaries.

As Bridget careers towards baby-deadline, a series of classic Bridget Jones moments finally leads her into pregnancy--but just not quite as intended. It's a pregnancy full of cheesy potatoes, outlandish advice from Drunken Singletons and Smug Mothers, chaos at scans and childbirth classes, high jinks and romance, joy and despair--but all of it dominated by the terribly awkward question: Who's the father?
 

About Helen Fielding

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Helen Fielding, a journalist and a novelist, is the author of three previous novels, Bridget Jones's Diary, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, and Cause Celeb. She also co-wrote the screenplays for the movie of Bridget Jones's Diary and the forthcoming sequel based on Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason.
 
Published October 11, 2016 by Knopf. 240 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction
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NY Journal of Books

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Reviewed by Autumn Markus on Nov 01 2016

An unfortunate and frankly silly ending spoils the short honeymoon with Ms. Jones. More boob jokes, wine spilled where no wine would rationally be, another dig at once again ditzy Bridget, and an appalling sex joke end the novel with a fizzle.

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Reviewed by Zoe Williams on Oct 12 2016

...this literary version was phoned in, a hazy half-world described for an unloved correspondent on the way to some more interesting story.

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