In the meantime, Adrian continues to be scandalised by his irresponsible parents who are conducting a matrimonial square-dance with the Braithwaites - the parents of the beautiful but unobtainable Pandora, who is ruthlessly pursuing her ambition to be New Labour's first woman PM - and to confide in his diary.
His current worries include: indestructible head-lice; his raging jealousy when his accomplished half-brother Brett arrives on his doorstep; moral decline in The Archers; his desperate attachment to two therapists; his mild addiction to Starburst (formerly Opal Fruits); a small earthquake in Leicester; and, perhaps most significantly, the dawn of a new millennium.
©2008 Lily Broadway Productions Ltd; (P)2009 WF Howes Ltd
"Adrian Mole really is a brilliant comic creation." (The Times, London)
"Thank heavens for Sue Townsend! She has an unrivalled claim to be this country's foremost practising comic novelist." (Mail on Sunday)
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