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You feel the weight of that worry as Fielding takes the staples of modern life – remote controls, tweeting, texting, online dating – and strains to make anything of them.

In her early incarnation, Bridget’s tone was light and rooted in reality.

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The joke grows from the situation, from her age and from something that has actually happened.

The same thing illuminates her observations about reading glasses and “Braille parking”, a technique used in crowded streets. He looked like he’d been airbrushed with a six-pack.” Bridget herself has become equally unreal.

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Wells was having a blast, but Sarah was lost in her i Phone as the car in which she was riding twisted and turned on the track.

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Are you an engineer, an analytical thinker, or do you look at life through the lense of logic?

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There was humour and sharp observation on every page.

The first moment I laughed in Mad About the Boy was on page 34, when Bridget is out with her friend Tom in a nightclub.

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