Author(s): Helen Fielding
A dazzling urban satire of modern relationships? An ironic, tragic insight into the demise of the nuclear family? Or the confused ramblings of a pissed thirty-something? Two diaries, two enduring best-sellers, one unforgettable character. This is Bridget Jones: The Singleton Years. V.g.
'Helen Fielding is one of the funniest writers in Britain and Bridget Jones is the creation of a comic genius' Nick Hornby
'I cannot recommend a book more joyfully ... Hilariously funny, miraculously observed, endlessly touching' Jilly Cooper 'The best, the original, the seminal' Mail on Sunday 'Observed with merciless, flamboyant wit ... gloriously funny' Penny Perrick, Sunday Times 'A brilliant comic creation. Even men will laugh' Salman Rushdie 'Effortlessly addictive ... presents a perfect zeitgeist of single female woes' Sunday Express 'Observed with merciless, flamboyant wit ... gloriously funny' Penny Perrick, Sunday Times 'A brilliant evocation of the life of a single girl ... any woman who has ever had a job, a relationship or, indeed, a mother, will read it and roar' Gill Hornby, The Times
Helen Fielding was born in Yorkshire. She worked for many years in London as a newspaper and TV journalist, travelling as wildly and as often as possible to Africa, India and Central America. She is the author of four novels, Cause Celeb (1994), Bridget Jones's Diary (1996), Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2000) and Olivia Joules and the Overactive Imagination (2003), and co-wrote the screenplays for the movie of Bridget Jones's Diary and the sequel based on The Edge of Reason. She now works full-time as a novelist and screenwriter and lives in London and Los Angeles.