FIELDING, Helen. Bridget Jones's diary, by Cristina Alvarado, 1º Bachillerato EFL
This book is about a young woman who is thirty years old and works in a publishing house. She looks for a boy friend but she thinks she will never find one. Bridget spends her time watching TV on her sofa with a drink and her cigarrettes. Her family tries to get her into a relationship with a man, in this case with Mr Darcy, but they are not similar. She finds a man, Daniel Cleaver, who is her boss. Everything began with a mobile text message. But he is definitely not the man of her life because he is a womanizer. At the end of the book Mr Darcy reappears and...
I recommend this book to young people who are 15, 16, 17, because it is very entertaining and I think it is for our age, not for boys or girls who are younger than us.
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