The sensational final instalment in comic legend Sue Townsend's hilarious and iconic Adrian Mole series
'Effortlessly hilarious. Brilliant satire and tragedy' Times
'My comfort read. The best diaries ever written - with apologies to Samuel Pepys, Bridget Jones and me' ADAM KAY
Read as Adrian continues to struggle with his love life, endures a painfully awkward school play and contemplates the unsettling prospect of applying genital poultice . . .
Sunday 1st July
NO SMOKING DAY. A momentous day! Smoking in a public place or place of work is forbidden in England. Though if you are a prisoner, an MP or a member of the Royal Family you are exempt.
Adrian Mole is thirty-nine and a quarter. He lives in the country in a semi-detached converted pigsty with his wife Daisy and their daughter. His parents George and Pauline live in the adjoining pigsty. But all is not well.
The secondhand bookshop in which Adrian works is threatened with closure. The spark has fizzled out of his marriage. His mother is threatening to write her autobiography (A Girl Called Shit). And Adrian's nightly trips to the lavatory have become alarmingly frequent . . .
This laugh-out-loud final chapter in Adrian's story will have you hooked from the first page as you discover what he gets up to next.
'A tour de force by a comic genius and if it isn't the best book published this year, I'll eat my bookshelf' Daily Mail, Books of the Year
'Hilarious. Comic gold' Sunday Times
'The funniest person in the world' Caitlin Moran
Ending too abrupt
The ending is not right but the ret of the book is hilarious. Now looking at all the others I can read.
Where's the ending sure the book must have the end missing
Hurrah for Sue & Adrian!
Don't let the reviews talking of a missing ending put you off - the book ends of a cliffhanger (of sorts) and a new Mole book is coming out which carries the story on.
This volume of Adrian's diaries finds him feeling very sorry for himself - as ever unable to step outside his dreams and appreciate the world around him.
Sue's ability to keep finding new stories to is amazng - to sustain Adrian over almost 25 years is certainly no small achievement.
Here's looking forward to finding out what happens next...