The troubled teenager continues to struggle valiantly against the slings and arrows of growing up and his own family's attempts to scar him for life. In between the ups and downs of his relationship with the divine Pandora and worrying that his genius is going unrecognized, Adrian Mole chronicles the pains and pleasures of a misspent adolescence.
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"A satire of our times. Very funny indeed." (Sunday Times)
"We laugh both at Mole and with him. A wonderful comic read, that, like all the best comedy, says something rather meaningful." (Heat)
I am a miracle worker. Doing what I can to choose love over fear.
Yes: It is both warm and funny.
Adrian, since it is his diary.
Yes in the first adrian Mole book. This was just as good as this
Adrian's parents have reconciled, but he is still obsessed with Pandora and writing for the BBC. Adrian's life is about to turn upside down, but he sails on naively unaware of major events happening around him. Much of the book concerns his mother's pregnancy and delivery, and the settling in of Adrian's new sister. This made me laugh so hard, I had to stop listening while driving. I couldn't see through the tears.
Maybe it's because the characters are more familiar, but I thought this book was funnier than the first. Adrian's diary entries present huge warning flags of trouble ahead, and much of the fun is seeing it come crashing in. I can't wait to get to the next book.
It was really good, the story line was perfect and the performance was read beautifully I really enjoyed this audio book and it made me laugh 💙
I most liked the similarities between going through acne and embarrassment.
Yes, it is really entertaining listen.
His voice is great and definitely shows oh you would expect him to sound if you were reading it.
No I listened to it in stages because it is a lot to take in all at once.
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