Adrian Mole and the Weapons of Mass Destruction
Adrian Mole is a thirty something divorced father living in a small town in England called Leicester. He has two sons, one called william who lives in Africa with his mother, one who's called Glenn and is a soldier in the british army. This story is a fictional diary in which Adrian describes his life. He works in a book shop and dreams of becoming a writer.
While still obsessing in secret about his childhood sweetheart, Pandora (a successfull politici... Adrian Mole: the Cappuccino Years
There are more serious themes, but also still loads of laughs In the 5th installment of the diaries of Adrian Mole. As the book opens, Adrian Mole is at his job as head chef at Hoi Polloi, a trendy restaurant in SoHo. We immediately meet his angry and aristocratic boss, Peter Savage, who owns the restaurant. He swears, smokes and drinks constantly, all the while complaining about his ex-wife and the Labour party.
In spite of its popularity, the restaur... Adrian Mole: The Prostrate Years
The final and 9th installment in the ongoing adventures of everyone's favorite diarist, Adrian Mole. Adrian Mole is 39 and a quarter and he has moved into the renovated pigsties with his parents. His marriage is a mess and his wife can't stand the country, let alone living in a former pigsty. His daughter, Gracie, is causing a great deal of trouble both at home and at school, and, to top it off, he's going to the bathroom several times a night, causing h... The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4
This book is a diary of a boy called Adrian Mole, which describes the ups and downs of adolescense. He talks about his love-life with his girlfriend Pandora and his relationship with an old man called Bert Baxter, who he helps. He does not get along very well with his parents. ...
The Woman Who Went To Bed For A Year
This book is about a middle aged woman's midlife crisis and her consequential struggles with her husband and children. Eva, a middle aged housewife in modern England, is dissatisfied with the way her life has turned out. Her ungrateful children have left for college, making her an empty-nester, and her cheating husband has little sympathy for her emotional and mental distresses.
On a sudden impulse, Eva decides that the best course of action under th...