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An accidental celebrity with a spreading bald patch despairing of current family values Mole is. My Adrian Mole collection is complete Towsend s usual hilarious style manages mostly to cover up the absurdity that Adrian Mole retains the naivit of a teenager in middle age Or else we smirk at ourselves in the mirror inside the rat cage as we race on through a society of illusion and desillusionOn second reading even Adrian has grown a lot bitter a little wiser about his lot in life At times Unless he s feeling offally good over his next big prospect Detective Wanda Wolfe celebrity with a spreading bald patch despairing of Riverside. Sen w wysokiej rozdzielczości current family values Mole is. My Adrian Mole Dreams of Glass collection is Zawieszenie niewiary complete Towsend s usual hilarious style manages mostly to Healing Sex cover up the absurdity that Adrian Mole retains the naivit of a teenager in middle age Or else we smirk at ourselves in the mirror inside the rat Spark (Stronger, cage as we race on through a society of illusion and desillusionOn second reading even Adrian has grown a lot bitter a little wiser about his lot in life At times Unless he s feeling offally good over his next big prospect

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Adrian Mole The Cappuccino Years

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Y Will the Millennium Wheel ever turn Will Pandora Braithwaite MP become Blair's favourite babe. It s like reading The Great Millennial Burnout except Adrian is not technically a millennial He s still the pretentious failure we love to love but he s now entered his 30s and his lackluster live is all too real and relatable He struggles with adulting job insecurity money problems housing costs a failed marriage parental responsibilities ageing parents who unfortunately insist on unapologetically enjoying their sex lives in a scandalous manner too being tantalized by possibilities of success yet still failing to make the grade etc etc I don t know about you but reading this made me ask several times Is this me and my friends It s satirical but a depressing read I didn t laugh so much at with Adrian in this one as I did with his teenage diaries Instead I sympathized Even though Adrian is annoying and seriously needs to do some emotional growing up I noted that like the rest of us normal folks he s simply overwhelmed by life And as much as he s a brilliant comic creation meant to reflect our internalized everyday bigotry he s also human and capable of caring for others even while he grumbles about it Adrian s best moment in this book to me was when he emotionally supported Rosie throughout her pregnancy crisis He even rented a Babygro doll for her they re faux babies meant to be used for sex education to help her make an informed decision despite having to dip into his savings for the cost he was jobless at the time For all his internal bitching diary entries about women and the evils of feminism he actually wants the women in his life to succeed That s very much like real life isn t it People we love are problematic and so is Adrian


10 thoughts on “Adrian Mole The Cappuccino Years

  1. says:

    Before I picked up this book I had no idea who Adrian Mole or Sue Townsend were It just so happened that the novel was sitting on the bookshelf in my office one day and I decided to give it a go From page one I fell in love with Adrian Mole Basically he is a failure He means well he does everything he can to be a

  2. says:

    My Adrian Mole collection is complete Towsend's usual hilarious style manages mostly to cover up the absurdity that Adrian Mole retains the naivité of a teenager in middle age Or else we smirk at ourselves in th

  3. says:

    Townsend is a comic genius who presents am unsparing vision of England in all its fallen glory Chavs and Cocaine Socialists alike Adrian is the post modern anti hero our generation's Holden Caulfield if Holden Caulfield had been funnier human and even readable I got through Catcher in the Rye on my eleventh birthday in one sitting The Adrian Mole series is funnier original and a far better satire of societyMy laughing fits start

  4. says:

    Although this book is a little outdated it's still a story with characters who teenagers everywhere can relate to and who adults can read about and remember their own years of growing up and finding a place in the world

  5. says:

    It's always hilarious spending some time with neurotic failing sanctimonious Adrian Mole RIP Sue Townsend a comic genius

  6. says:

    OK so I didn't finish this I've read all the others in this series and Adrian never fails to make me laugh but he is such a frigging narcissist Dunno it doesn't play well at age 30 Then again I know a few people who would make him look pretty other centered We find him in this book working as a chef in an upscale trendy restauran

  7. says:

    I expect that by tomorrow I will have embellished the story and given myself a heroic status I do not deserve but all the same on this night at this hour I am pleased to record that i acuitted myself well

  8. says:

    This is another brilliant Adrian Mole diary reflecting the times we live in Adrian is now 30 ¼ and is working as the Head Chef at Hoi Polloi which has a “Traditional English No Choice Menu” A typical menu is “Heinz Tomato Soup with white bread floaters Grey lamb chops Boiled cabbage avec Dan uayle potatoes Dark bro

  9. says:

    It's like reading The Great Millennial Burnout except Adrian is not technically a millennial He's still the pretentious failure we love to love but he's now entered his 30s and his lackluster live is all too real and relatable He struggles with adulting job insecurity money problems housing costs a failed marri

  10. says:

    I really enjoyed the Adrian Mole books when they first came out but I've forgotten which ones I've read and so am making my way back through them This is one I think I missed first time round set in the wake of Blair's election victory Elements that were topical at the time celebrity chefs Alistair Campbell's use of spin are given the affecti

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