The Lost Diaries of Adrian Mole, 1999–2001: 1999–2001 by Sue Townsend

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The Lost Diaries of Adrian Mole, 1999–2001: 1999–2001

'“Thank God for Sue Townsend and Adrian Mole.” —The Observer   “Over the past three decades, [Adrian Mole] has described the ordinary life of an ordinary man, providing a rich seam to be mined by future historians. They probably won’t get some of the gags . . . but they’ll be rewarded with a vivid portrait of the way we live now.” —The Guardian   “Adrian Mole is one of the great comic characters of our time.” —The ScotsmanPraise for the Adrian Mole Novels “Part Woody Allen, part a kindred spirit to the heroes of Philip Roth’s early novellas, Adrian inspires a rare warmth and affection. . . . As sad and devastating as it is laugh-out-loud funny . . . A delight!” —The New York Times   “Screamingly funny . . . Set to become as much a cult book as The Catcher in the Rye.” —Jilly Cooper on The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13¾   “Adrian Mole is the truth behind the dream we shared when we read The Catcher in the Rye and discovered that we were all Holden Caulfields. A phenomenon!” —The Washington Post   “Highly entertaining. Sharply observed. Succeeds brilliantly!” —The Village Voice   “Townsend’s considerable achievement is to have created a world that is underscored with sadness and disaster and yet hilarious as viewed through the increasingly appalled eyes of Adrian.” —Time Out   “Long before Bridget Jones obsessed about weight, single life and alcohol units, Adrian Mole reigned as Britain’s Diarist of Record.” —The Miami Herald   “Loveable in its celebration of mediocrity, it’s told with Townsend’s trademark deadpan humour. To people of a certain age, Adrian Mole was their Harry Potter.” —News of the World   “[Townsend is] the funniest person in the world.” —Caitlin Moran   “The crisply hilarious saga of Britain’s favorite fictional diarist.” —Booklist on Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years  '
'“Thank God for Sue Townsend and Adrian Mole.” —The Observer   “Over the past three decades, [Adrian Mole] has described the ordinary life of an ordinary man, providing a rich seam to be mined by future historians. They probably won’t get some of the gags . . . but they’ll be rewarded with a vivid portrait of the way we live now.” —The Guardian   “Adrian Mole is one of the great comic characters of our time.” —The ScotsmanPraise for the Adrian Mole Novels “Part Woody Allen, part a kindred spirit to the heroes of Philip Roth’s early novellas, Adrian inspires a rare warmth and affection. . . . As sad and devastating as it is laugh-out-loud funny . . . A delight!” —The New York Times   “Screamingly funny . . . Set to become as much a cult book as The Catcher in the Rye.” —Jilly Cooper on The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13¾   “Adrian Mole is the truth behind the dream we shared when we read The Catcher in the Rye and discovered that we were all Holden Caulfields. A phenomenon!” —The Washington Post   “Highly entertaining. Sharply observed. Succeeds brilliantly!” —The Village Voice   “Townsend’s considerable achievement is to have created a world that is underscored with sadness and disaster and yet hilarious as viewed through the increasingly appalled eyes of Adrian.” —Time Out   “Long before Bridget Jones obsessed about weight, single life and alcohol units, Adrian Mole reigned as Britain’s Diarist of Record.” —The Miami Herald   “Loveable in its celebration of mediocrity, it’s told with Townsend’s trademark deadpan humour. To people of a certain age, Adrian Mole was their Harry Potter.” —News of the World   “[Townsend is] the funniest person in the world.” —Caitlin Moran   “The crisply hilarious saga of Britain’s favorite fictional diarist.” —Booklist on Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years  '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504048842 Pages: 283