Celebrate Adrian Mole’s 50th Birthday with this new edition of the third book in his diaries, as year-old Adrian navigates his way into adulthood. Monday June. 19 Nov I have very mixed views on this book, which are quite controversial. This story takes up a substantial amount of Adrian’s life, therefore I don’t. Buy The True Confessions of Adrian Albert Mole (Adrian Mole) Re-issue by Sue Townsend (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low.
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Adriann to say, I grew quite close to young Adrian. I would say if you’re an Adrian fan and need to fill in the gap between “Growing Addian and “The Wilderness Years” then read the first half of this and skip the rest.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Paperbackpages. The book begins in Decemberwhen Adrian is grown up, and studying for his A levels.
I haven’t spotted the vestibule for his boss’s office though Het lijkt er op dat je browser advertenties blokkeert. Lees meer over je privacy voor het laatst bijgewerkt op 25 mei He lost his job at the library for placing Jane Austen under light romance, and someone has stole his diaries, and put them under her name.
After all, I wanted more Mole – not all this filler designed to lure readers in and then frusterate them beyond belief.
True Confessions of Adrian Albert Mole by Sue Townsend – review
I grea Adrian’s diary notes are as funny as ever, but his essays are boring, as are Sue’s. Once the “diaries” moved away from Adrian Mole, the whole book took a turn for the worst. Maybe it’s just me, but I prefer to see him interacting with others, because cpnfessions different nature is what makes it so interesting.
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An intended sequel to the Mole books? Ainda assim, gostei de ler pois gostei de ver que Adrian vai amadurecendo como pessoa em alguns aspetos noutros, continua por vezes a comportar-se de forma infantil e errada. Merle 17 zet school aan de kant. Sep 17, Sara Eames rated it liked it. Nov 21, Tracy Watts rated it it was adrrian. Alleen het laatste is leuk, “Why I Like England”, maar slechts 2 pagina’s lang.
De teue op Scholieren. Jun 15, Katerina rated it liked it Shelves: Ghost Children and 4. Starting with Adrian aged confesdions, the story tackles the impurities of adolescence, which is what makes this book so entertaining. The part from Margret was boring, more immature than Adrian Mole’s first diary, and didn’t seem like it even belonged in this book. Laura verrast de docent die haar aan een diploma hielp. The next Mole installment has been requested. Jun 07, Finley rated it really liked it.
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Honestly, this kind of felt a bit like it was a few random mooe bonus bits that had been collected up and padded out in order to make a full book, and I’m not sure I would recommend it other than to get a full retrospective of Adrian’s life.
No trivia or quizzes yet.
At first I thought that “The Secret Diary of Margaret Hilda Roberts aged 14” was going to be a lame rehash of Adrian’s diary, but two pages in I realized that this girl of whom “nothing is known or what became of her” was supposed to be view spoiler [the young Thatcher hide spoiler ].
Maak een profiel aan of log in om te stemmen. I don’t really get this book, and I’m not sure what the author’s point was in writing it.
Al onze informatie is gratis en openbaar. I’m a little confused, to tell you the truth. I really enjoy the daily-diary format of the previous Mole books so didn’t really take to this new structure, but the section was still entertaining.
True Confessions of Adrian Albert Mole
Overall this book was rather “all over the shop”, as it contained different sections of storylines compiled together, making it rather difficult to understand.
The first part is comprised of random Mole writings, chronicalling various events and correspondences in his life over the span of a few years. Met kennis, actualiteit, tips en cinfessions. The parts about the author and the young Margaret Thatcher I didn’t care about at all, so I skipped them. However rather than the eloquent ramblings I’d come to enjoy, this book w I’m a little confused, to tell you the truth. Adrian Mole by Sue Townsend.
Something to do with Margaret Thatcher. This one seemed pointless and rather disappointing. A bit odd, to say the least. Jul 09, PBRS rated it it was ok. I would happily ready a full alberf of those. However, conditions just aren’t quite how Adrian imagined in his youth; he hasn’t managed to pursue his international poet idea The part from the author was vaguely interesting, but Alberr unsure why it was added.
In this book Qlbert returns sharing his poetry, his life and his angst.