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The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13 3/4 Adrian Mole S First Love, Pandora, Has Left Him A Neighbor, Mr Lucas, Appears To Be Seducing His Mother And What Does That Mean For His Father The BBC Refuses To Publish His Poetry And His Dog Swallowed The Tree Off The Christmas Cake Why Indeed

About the Author: Sue Townsend

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread forinformation.Susan Lillian Sue Townsend is a British novelist, best known as the author of the Adrian Mole series of books Her writing tends to combine comedy with social commentary, though she has written purely dramatic works as well She suffered from diabetes for many years, as a result of which she was registered blind in 2001, and has woven this theme into her work.

10 thoughts on “The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13 3/4

  1. says:

    Hilariously incongruous This kid is so disgusting that I loved it Q Anyway I think I m turning into an intellectual It must be all the worry c Q Eight days have gone by since Christmas Day but my mother still hasn t worn the green lurex apron I bought her for Christmas She will get bathcubes next year c Q I felt r

  2. says:

    The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13 3 4 Adrian Mole, 1 , Sue Townsend The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13 is the first book in the Adrian Mole series of comedic fiction, written by Sue Townsend The book is written in a diary style, and focuses on the worries and regrets of a teenager who believes himself to be

  3. says:

    April 25I start reading a book called Diary of a Nobody It is boring and not much happens, also Mr Pooter is pretty dim I don t get it Why would anyone want to write a book about a nobody who takes himself far too seriously I decide that I will write a book about myself that will be quite different, it will be full of important

  4. says:

    It s been a long time since I ve even picked up an Adrian Mole book or watched the TV show, and reading this one I was expecting lots of unnecessary teen drama Surprisingly Adrian is actually a very witty main character and this book is muchfunny than griping, full of weird mishaps and Adrian s musings of his peers, daily life and qui

  5. says:

    I ve just read this to my daughter who is exactly this age I d read the book when it first came out but it was great to revisit both it and the memories that it stirred Reliving the Falklands War, the Royal Wedding, mass unemployment, stress over the changes to the school system etc was fascinating if only to realise how little has changed W

  6. says:

    1 dead star.Yes, I hate this book so much, I killed its sole, lonely star As this was a school assigned book, I have written a muchformal review from an objective point of view for my English class I also wrote a review purely for me, from a very subjective point of view Feel free to just read the objective one but if you want to see how bad the bo

  7. says:

    Oh boy, this was a journey down memory lane I missed these Adrian Mole books when first published in 1982 I was thirty years old then OMG was that really 37 years ago , and remember the life and times of England well Apart from the nostalgia trip, this book is funny with a capital F, British irony at its best.

  8. says:

    The Diary of Adrian Mole is like a snarky one liner that continues for 135 pages Adrian is a self centered, irreverent British 14 year old whose diary entries include nuggets of wisdom such as Pandora and I are in love It is official She told Claire Neilson, who told Nigel, who told me. I told Nigel to tell Claire to tell Pandora that I return her love I am over

  9. says:

    I have a problem I am an intellectual, but at the same time I am not very clever RTC

  10. says:

    Like many before him, pimply, priggish, pretentious 13 year old Adrian Mole well, 13 and three fourths, to be precise begins a diary on New Year s Day Well, he Leicester had me from the very start Adrian s the sort of boy who imagines a future in which his parents, his teachers, school bully Barry Kent, and just about everyone will be sorry that they weren t nicer to him My f

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