Bridget Jones’ Diary (Bridget Jones’ Diary #1) by Helen Fielding
So I watched the movie before reading the book. How did I feel about it?
There was a few things that were good, like the cooking scene, but on a whole I thought it wasn’t that good. I don’t see at all what it has to do with Jane Austen. To read my full review, go here.
So the book?
I didn’t like it either. I gave it zero stars on Goodreads.
Now I know you might think this review is a copout, as there is hardly anything written, but you do not know how many times I have tried to review this book.
I have read this book three times and I just don’t get it. I don’t find the characters interesting or as amazing as everyone else seems to. I especially can’t stand Bridget!
I just do not get it.
Could someone please explain it to me?
For more Bridget Jones, go to You Are a Horrible Cook, But I Will Eat What You Prepare Anyway: Bridget Jones’ Diary (2001)
For more on Pride and Prejudice, go to Dangerous to Know, Jane Austen’s Rakes & Gentlemen Rogues: MATURE
For more Pride and Prejudice variations, go to Dangerous to Know, Jane Austen’s Rakes & Gentlemen Rogues: MILD
For more books based on Jane Austen, go to Victoria and the Rogue
In other news, I typically do 14 posts on romantic moments in film and TV, but I will not be doing that this year. It’s canceled.
I know, I know. I hate breaking with tradition, but I’m just not in the most romantic mood. Sorry all…
I hope you all have a great Valentine’s Day, if you are one to celebrate.