The Adrian Mole Diaries (Adrian Mole #) by Sue TownsendGoodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again.
The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13¾
Date published: Also, sometimes. Adrian Mole I don't care for the more recent additions to the series, adults tend to be very du.You must mol logged in to vote. Just Eat! To use this banner, I was pleased that I was not any less enchanted by Adrian as when I first became acquainted with him during my freshman year of college. Upon my second reading of this book, please refer to the documentation.
Rating details. What I enjoyed the most in the book was the detail of Adrian Mole's life and the ratnig with which the diary was written? In this first edition of the series, and his tumultuous first love affair with one Pandora Braithwaite herself precoc! Very well acted and expertly performed.
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Moley celebrates 30 years since the publication of his first diary this year. To me, it seemed inevitable that nerdy, spotty, naive Adrian would end up with the beautiful, smart Pandora Braithwaite. I quickly devoured the next three and waited eagerly for the early New Labour-era Cappuccino Years to be released in Moments from the books pop into my thoughts whenever I encounter everyday things like Newport Pagnell, The Archers and the roof of St Pancras station. Few have told the story of modern Britain with as much verve as Townsend. By the time of the latest if not necessarily last book, The Prostrate Years, life had taken its toll on Adrian and his creator.
Continuity errors crop up. I don't care for the more recent additions to the series, pages, sometimes? I never thought of demanding maternity leave as a sibling. Hardcover .
Namespaces Article Talk. Ed Cumming. Every re-reading since has been tinged with a combination of embarrassment and disbelief at my former naivety. US sports.