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edited with an introduction by Robert G. Lawrence
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Cause CelebHelen Fielding
Rosie Richardson, a twenty-something literary puffette is in a totally nonfunctional relationship with an unevolved but irresistible adult male-a hotshot TV presenter who plunges her into the glitzy, bitchy inane lifestyle of London's It people. Disillusioned with the celebrity world, Rosie escapes to run a refugee camp in the African desert.
When famine strikes and a massive refugee influx heads for the camp, governments and agencies drag their heels. Bringing her former media savvy to the fore, realizing the only way to get food out fast is to bring celebrities first, Rosie returns to the life and man she fled to organize a star- studded emergency appeal from famine-racked Africa.
This book is wonderful, it is beautifully written, with all the warmth, humour and honesty of 'Bridget Jones's Diary' but so much more besides. It makes you feel happy and inspired and tearful. The characters are excellently portrayed and realistic and her descriptions and dialogue are humourous and poignant. When I finished it I wanted to read it all over again. Even if you didn't like 'Bridget Jones's Diary' read this book!!!