In the second book of Bridget Jones' diary, Bridget's life, as usual, is a shambles. Things with Mark Darcy aren't going too well, what with the interference of Rebecca (and the Asian boy in Mark's bed). Bridget's career isn't exactly taking off, either, after a disastrous interview with Colin Firth. And her flat is being slowly destroyed by the man she hired to fix her cabinets. Oh, and there's a minor detour through a Thai prison. Doesn't matter. Edge of Reason is almost as funny as the first Bridget book, and that's what counts.
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