If you're a Bridget Jones fan, give Helen Fielding's other book a try!
I loved this book for several reasons. For one, I had just read The Cottage and The Bleachers and found them both so dull I could hardly get myself to read on. This book, however was a real page turner for me because I loved Helen Fielding's style. She's my kind of woman and she made me laugh out loud several times in this one. It's a great story told with an easy to read style. I don't know if men would really get it or not, but I recommend it for all types of people.
Good. Starts off slow, with typical English dry humore, but leaves you laughing out loud towards the end.
Very witty and funny with touches of sadness and horror(for the famine stricken refugee in the African desert). Very good read!
From the author of Bridget Jones' Diary, this fun book also opens the world of humanitarian work in Africa. I thoroughly enjoyed it!
This book isn't Bridget Jones but is, nonetheless, still pretty entetaining. The pace moves quickly and all though I had a hard time accepting the main character as real it was an enjoyable story with good dialogue and story development.
If you're looking for another "Bridget Jones", it is not. It is, however, pretty darn good anyway. It also gets one thinking about third-world issues in a non-threatening way, which I think is very positive. I had a hard time putting it down.