The True Confessions of Adrian Albert Mole ePUB –

THE TRUE CONFESSIONS OF ADRIAN MOLE is the third in the series to be part of Penguin s Sue Townsend repackaging programme A chance to sell Sue Townsend to a whole new audience Adrian Mole has grown up At least that s what it says on his passport But living at home, clinging to his threadbare cuddly rabbit Pinky , working as a paper pusher for the DoE and pining for the love of his life Pandora has proved to him that adulthood isn t quite what he hoped it would be Still, intellectual poets can t always have things their own way

5 thoughts on “The True Confessions of Adrian Albert Mole

  1. Abbe A. Abbe A. says:

    You can t but help love Adrian Mole, as well as Sue Townsend for creating him.

  2. will l brown will l brown says:

    Always a pleasure to see my friend Adrian Mole again I ve been an avid follower of Mole since the late eighties and these books never get old.

  3. ceci ceci says:

    I loved the two first books of this series, but i really havent felt this way about the other ones i dont know if is me or Adrian who grow up.

  4. Richard Richard says:

    How this can be considered a funny book is quite beyond me What a letdown What a waste of money

  5. Bill Baker Bill Baker says:

    This addition to the Adrian Mole canon is entirely different from the first two books This is not a diary, but as Sue Townsend writes in her Author s Preface This book is a collection of some of the articles and essays I have written over the years There are three parts A variety of material supposedly by Adrian Mole four essays by Townsend, and then a fictional diary, The Secret Diary of Margaret Hilda Roberts Aged 141 2 and Correspondence with a Queen in Waiting also by Roberts Most of the material shows Townsend s light satiric touch and some of it in Part Two as well.