counter create hit Away Laughing on a Fast Camel - Download Free eBook
Ads Banner
Hot Best Seller

Away Laughing on a Fast Camel

Availability: Ready to download

The Barnes Noble Review: The tres bon and marvy heroine of Louise Rennison's Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series returns in this fifth fab diary that's sure to get fans cheering -- Italian-American style! This time around, Georgia's lamenting the Sex God's departure to Kiwi A-go-go Land, and she's sure that her mouth will seal shut from lack of snogging. (Robbie's borin The Barnes Noble Review: The tres bon and marvy heroine of Louise Rennison's Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series returns in this fifth fab diary that's sure to get fans cheering -- Italian-American style! This time around, Georgia's lamenting the Sex God's departure to Kiwi A-go-go Land, and she's sure that her mouth will seal shut from lack of snogging. (Robbie's boring letter doesn't help her spirits, either.) But when Robbie's old band, the Stiff Dylans, introduce a new lead singer -- an utterly gorgey boy named Masimo -- Georgia's lips are ready for action. Will Georgia get an up-close-and-personal taste of the dear boy? After a few hilarious mishaps, her lip-nibbling future with Masimo doesn't look bright, yet due to some masterful Horn advice from Dave the Laugh and a lucky twist of fate, Georgia might end up dreaming of spaghetti and hamburgers after all. Although the Sex God is out of the picture, Rennison fans won't be disappointed with this installment that includes a new, drool-worthy stud and a totally surprising cliff-hanger. Like many of us girls, Georgia still hasn't figured out boys, but with her knee-slapping adventures helping us out, we're thankfully snickering the whole time. IShana Taylor/I


Compare
Ads Banner

The Barnes Noble Review: The tres bon and marvy heroine of Louise Rennison's Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series returns in this fifth fab diary that's sure to get fans cheering -- Italian-American style! This time around, Georgia's lamenting the Sex God's departure to Kiwi A-go-go Land, and she's sure that her mouth will seal shut from lack of snogging. (Robbie's borin The Barnes Noble Review: The tres bon and marvy heroine of Louise Rennison's Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series returns in this fifth fab diary that's sure to get fans cheering -- Italian-American style! This time around, Georgia's lamenting the Sex God's departure to Kiwi A-go-go Land, and she's sure that her mouth will seal shut from lack of snogging. (Robbie's boring letter doesn't help her spirits, either.) But when Robbie's old band, the Stiff Dylans, introduce a new lead singer -- an utterly gorgey boy named Masimo -- Georgia's lips are ready for action. Will Georgia get an up-close-and-personal taste of the dear boy? After a few hilarious mishaps, her lip-nibbling future with Masimo doesn't look bright, yet due to some masterful Horn advice from Dave the Laugh and a lucky twist of fate, Georgia might end up dreaming of spaghetti and hamburgers after all. Although the Sex God is out of the picture, Rennison fans won't be disappointed with this installment that includes a new, drool-worthy stud and a totally surprising cliff-hanger. Like many of us girls, Georgia still hasn't figured out boys, but with her knee-slapping adventures helping us out, we're thankfully snickering the whole time. IShana Taylor/I

30 review for Away Laughing on a Fast Camel

  1. 5 out of 5

    Zoë

    Not much happened, but I still really enjoyed it. Georgia is starting to get a bit older and her "boy entrancing" plans are just getting wilder and funnier! I love how quick and funny these books are with their odd slang and Georgia's schemes and I can't wait to read the next one. Thanks to this, I am now fully and truly out of my post-Heir of Fire reading slump!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tatiana

    Robbie, the Sex God, is off to Kiwi-a-go-go land to snog sheep and write songs good for slitting one's wrists to, and Georgia is full of sadnosity, so much so that she even gets to #8 with Mark Big Gob (good grief!). But do not fear, the new Lurve God is on the horizon - half-Italian/half-American Masimo with a fancy purse in his hand. Let the hunt begin! Wednesday March 9th bathroom 8:30 am Oh fabulous, I have a lurking lurker on my cheek. The painters are due in this week and that is probably why Robbie, the Sex God, is off to Kiwi-a-go-go land to snog sheep and write songs good for slitting one's wrists to, and Georgia is full of sadnosity, so much so that she even gets to #8 with Mark Big Gob (good grief!). But do not fear, the new Lurve God is on the horizon - half-Italian/half-American Masimo with a fancy purse in his hand. Let the hunt begin! Wednesday March 9th bathroom 8:30 am Oh fabulous, I have a lurking lurker on my cheek. The painters are due in this week and that is probably why I am feeling so moody. That and the fact that my life is utterly crap. Still, a really heavy period should cheer me up. That's exactly how I feel at the moment myself...

  3. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    Meh, I still don't like Masimo.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kiera Beddes

    Genre: teenage angst, coming of age, relationships, etc Summary: more confessions, same story, same characters. Oh, excuse me, there is a new character, Massimo, the new lead singer of the Stiff Dylans. Of course, he's creamy dreamy, of course Georgia falls madly in love, but whenever she is around him, all she can think of is...nothing. Her mind goes out the window. Fortunately, Dave the Laugh is there to coach her in the ways of getting a man. And of course, whenever they are together, they mus Genre: teenage angst, coming of age, relationships, etc Summary: more confessions, same story, same characters. Oh, excuse me, there is a new character, Massimo, the new lead singer of the Stiff Dylans. Of course, he's creamy dreamy, of course Georgia falls madly in love, but whenever she is around him, all she can think of is...nothing. Her mind goes out the window. Fortunately, Dave the Laugh is there to coach her in the ways of getting a man. And of course, whenever they are together, they must snog. So much kissing. Response: I just want Georgia to GROW UP. I can't take much more of this. I bought the movie, which was based on the first two books, and Georgia grows up more in that movie than she does in the five books I've read so far. Plus, I listened to this book, narrated by the author, which you know, was fun and interesting but come on. After every book, I become this whiny teenager again (not that my family notices a difference, mind you). Sometimes it's more fun than other times. I just want Georgia to wake up, realize that Dave the Laugh is the one for her and forget about playing the field and raging against her parents. However, I read some reviews of the last book, and I have a feeling that I may be disappointed. I think the concept of a teenage girl's diary is a good one, but dragging it on for so long might be a bit much. The audience will only pay attention to a character that doesn't change for only so long.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rayene Ziadi

    Ah Georgia, she gets funnier with every book with her wild boy entrancers, and also blind to the fact that she and Dave the laugh are absolutely soul mates and an OTP i'll never waver on! ♥ On to the next... binging this series is making me so happy

  6. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    The hilariosity continues as Georgia attempts to wade through her sham of a life and broken heartidness. Just when she begins to fear that she will have to become a lezzie, Georgia meets the Italian Stallion, Masimo, new lead singer of the Stiff Dylans. After three books, Away laughing on a fast camel takes readers back to Angus's roots with laugh out loud wit and charm. In this installment, Georgia will have make you laugh till you cry with boy entrancer fiascos, mounting up to number 8, and wit The hilariosity continues as Georgia attempts to wade through her sham of a life and broken heartidness. Just when she begins to fear that she will have to become a lezzie, Georgia meets the Italian Stallion, Masimo, new lead singer of the Stiff Dylans. After three books, Away laughing on a fast camel takes readers back to Angus's roots with laugh out loud wit and charm. In this installment, Georgia will have make you laugh till you cry with boy entrancer fiascos, mounting up to number 8, and with her attempts to become close to the lord. I can't wait to see what she gets herself into next.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Evangeline

    3 stars. I’m loving following Georgia’s story. I will always be team Dave The Laugh

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sofia

    4 stars https://sofiusfromvenus.wordpress.com... Goodreads description: The tres bon and marvy heroine of Louise Rennison's Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series returns in this fifth fab diary that's sure to get fans cheering -- Italian-American style! This time around, Georgia's lamenting the Sex God's departure to Kiwi A-go-go Land, and she's sure that her mouth will seal shut from lack of snogging. (Robbie's boring letter doesn't help her spirits, either.) But when Robbie's old band, the S 4 stars https://sofiusfromvenus.wordpress.com... Goodreads description: The tres bon and marvy heroine of Louise Rennison's Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series returns in this fifth fab diary that's sure to get fans cheering -- Italian-American style! This time around, Georgia's lamenting the Sex God's departure to Kiwi A-go-go Land, and she's sure that her mouth will seal shut from lack of snogging. (Robbie's boring letter doesn't help her spirits, either.) But when Robbie's old band, the Stiff Dylans, introduce a new lead singer -- an utterly gorgey boy named Masimo -- Georgia's lips are ready for action. Will Georgia get an up-close-and-personal taste of the dear boy? After a few hilarious mishaps, her lip-nibbling future with Masimo doesn't look bright, yet due to some masterful Horn advice from Dave the Laugh and a lucky twist of fate, Georgia might end up dreaming of spaghetti and hamburgers after all. Although the Sex God is out of the picture, Rennison fans won't be disappointed with this installment that includes a new, drool-worthy stud and a totally surprising cliff-hanger. Like many of us girls, Georgia still hasn't figured out boys, but with her knee-slapping adventures helping us out, we're thankfully snickering the whole time. So it's the last day of this year and this is the last book I have read. Such a great end to a year. I love this series because it's so funny and witty and light. Perfect for my stressful life! I want to have Georgia as a friend because she's so awesome. I loved this book especially the new character, Masimo. He seems so nice and hot. Even though I still like Robbie and I want Georgia to be with him. I don't like Dave the Laugh, I mean, I like him as her friend but not her boyfriend. This was the funniest book in the whole series. When her boy entrancers got stuck together I laughed so much my sister in the other room was questioning my sanity. I didn't understand it that much because it's written in British and even the normal English isn't my mother tongue but I guess that makes it even more funnier. The glossary in the end is also hilarious and I loved it. I ship Tom and Jas soo much. Jas is so cool and peaceful and so is Tom and they go so well together. All in one, a quick and funny read for teens and even people who are of older age but are looking for something light to laugh along with :)

  9. 5 out of 5

    Hilary

    Fabbity Fab! It is fun to spend time with Georgia, as always!! I enjoyed this installment just as much as the previous ones, if not more! This series reads like episodes of a light hearted sitcom. Some of the situations that Georgia gets herself into are full of hilariosity, but still very believable. The writing is just very easy to read, and just FUN! This one ended with a cliff hanger (again) and more of a cliff hanger than usual, in my opinion. I already have book 6 lined up. I don't usually Fabbity Fab! It is fun to spend time with Georgia, as always!! I enjoyed this installment just as much as the previous ones, if not more! This series reads like episodes of a light hearted sitcom. Some of the situations that Georgia gets herself into are full of hilariosity, but still very believable. The writing is just very easy to read, and just FUN! This one ended with a cliff hanger (again) and more of a cliff hanger than usual, in my opinion. I already have book 6 lined up. I don't usually follow book series. I read one, at most 2, and then I just lose interest. That is not the case with these books. I really enjoy reading them. If you are a cat lover, you might like to know that cats play a big role in these stories as well.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Paige (Illegal in 3 Countries)

    Definitely the one that's made me laugh the most so far. I'm 100% here or cat shenanigans.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Alexa Vazquez

    Have you ever wondered how it is to be in high school with all the drama and comedy? Away Laughing On A Fast Camel by Louise Rennison is a book filled with both drama and comedy. This realistic fiction book is great if you love to hear secrets only best friends will know. In the story Georgia Nicolson is always hanging out in her room. She's always thinking up ideas on how to get the likes to like her. She comes up with the craziest ideas like putting on fake eyelashes and tons of glue on them th Have you ever wondered how it is to be in high school with all the drama and comedy? Away Laughing On A Fast Camel by Louise Rennison is a book filled with both drama and comedy. This realistic fiction book is great if you love to hear secrets only best friends will know. In the story Georgia Nicolson is always hanging out in her room. She's always thinking up ideas on how to get the likes to like her. She comes up with the craziest ideas like putting on fake eyelashes and tons of glue on them that her eyes shut close! After she gets these crazy ideas she always talks about it the next day at school with her best pals. They always meet up at the science block to have a meeting with the group. Since she lives in England she speaks very differently than we do. Georgia wanted to go with her boyfriend Robbie to New Zealand because he was part of the band as the lead singer and he started touring, but he started liking it in New Zealand and decided to stay there and leave the band. So Georgia had to stay in England really sad that Robbie left her and broke up with her to live in New Zealand and the band replaced him with a new lead singer who was Italian named Masimo which made her come up with crazy ideas to make her fall in love with her. But there was one thing that was in her way to get him to like her and only her, since Masimo was the lead singer of a popular band she had a lot of girls to compete with. So she had started coming up with ideas with her mates to make him fall in love with her. In the end when Masimo asked Georgia to go out with him to the movies she started thinking “Finally he likes me!” but then he the next day he tells her “See you round when I get back from America”. After he told her the news she felt sad that finally he starts liking her he goes off to America to tour around. As soon as she was becoming sad her Mom and Dad come in her room and tell her that they’re going to America. She was so happy that they were going to America that she decided to take her best friend Jas with her, and surprisingly both their parents said yes! So they came up with a plan for no reason. So off to America they’re going. In the story I wish that the author would’ve put the part of Robbie coming back to England just as soon as Georgia started liking Masimo because this would’ve put a lot of drama in the story. If this was added the story this would make Georgia so confused about her feelings for both of the guys. She would later have to make a decision of with who she likes better and who is better for her. This would make the story more interesting and also would add another conflict to the story. it would have the readers on the edge of their seats and making them go “What?!” or “Why!?” I liked the way the author had put a glossary at the end of the book because there are some words in the book that Georgia had made up. It makes Georgia seem to be very creative when it comes to making up words and making up things. Also it shows that she has imagination when she’s going to be creative. The glossary makes reading the book more easily knowing the words that she had made up. I was surprised when Georgia’s best friend Jas said to her that her boyfriend Tom (also brother of Robbie) was going away to New Zealand for 6 months. This surprised me because Jas and Tom are always together and they’re in separable. After found that out she was really sad and all she ever talked about was Tom. They weren’t breaking up, it was just that Tom was going away to see his brother. Jas would come to Georgia for advice and Georgia had wisdom for a few minutes. The structure of the book is in a way of a diary of Georgia Nicolson because it actually gives out the experiences that Georgia has had throughout her life in high school. Also I liked the structure of the book because it really felt as if Georgia was writing this because it had so much creativity with the plot of the story and the way it was written. I give this book a 4 out of 5 because there was very good drama in it, but I would add a bit more conflict in the story. I would recommend this book for people who love to read about drama and a bit of comedy. Away Laughing On A Fast Camel will leave you laughing and make you say “Why?!” making you want to read the next book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jordyn!

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I am so depressed and bored I may even have to do some homework. My new address is: Georgia Nicolson Crap House Crapton-on-Sea Crapshire Crapland That is the beggining and the best! Georgia Nicolson is a self-obssesed teen who is having trouble with (basically) life. Boys , makeup, stalag 14, mates , Wet lindsay and ADM , Robbie , Masimo , Dave the Laugh, and much more... I love the words she has like bum-oley , gob, lippy, loo, maths, squid, tart, naff, nippy noodles , nunga-nungas, wet, prat, nuddy- I am so depressed and bored I may even have to do some homework. My new address is: Georgia Nicolson Crap House Crapton-on-Sea Crapshire Crapland That is the beggining and the best! Georgia Nicolson is a self-obssesed teen who is having trouble with (basically) life. Boys , makeup, stalag 14, mates , Wet lindsay and ADM , Robbie , Masimo , Dave the Laugh, and much more... I love the words she has like bum-oley , gob, lippy, loo, maths, squid, tart, naff, nippy noodles , nunga-nungas, wet, prat, nuddy-pants, fringe, fag, clud, chav, brillopads, chuddie, arvie, bloke, boy entrancers and boboland. And last but not least the scales(and dances in later books): Spaz Scale Snogging Scale (and in later books- German snogging scale) Having the Hump scale Later books: The viking bison disco inferno the snot disco inferno the viking disco hornpipe extravaganza Bye

  13. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    I'm getting old, aren't I? I can tell this would be the sort of book I probably would have enjoyed if I were ten years younger, but, uh, I think I'm just too old now. I think it's the style of the book and the language that threw me. For one thing, the book is written in a diary style (March 1st 1:15 PM, April 5th 12:15 AM and so on), but it's also written as though it's occurring at that moment. So is Georgia just whipping out her diary at every moment or what? How incredibly annoying. Furtherm I'm getting old, aren't I? I can tell this would be the sort of book I probably would have enjoyed if I were ten years younger, but, uh, I think I'm just too old now. I think it's the style of the book and the language that threw me. For one thing, the book is written in a diary style (March 1st 1:15 PM, April 5th 12:15 AM and so on), but it's also written as though it's occurring at that moment. So is Georgia just whipping out her diary at every moment or what? How incredibly annoying. Furthermore, I really don't know anyone who speaks like she and her friends do, and I teach girls her age. Also, Georgia et al just seem to be horrible girls to be around. I have no idea if I could stand being friends with her or any of her crew.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    This is such an incredibly funny and honest series of books. Even on the re-read I found myself laughing out loud at parts. It is intriguing that a heroine as self-centered as Georgia can be so endearing, but it's hard not to love her even when she is acting an utter prat. I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a quick read and an easy laugh.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Primadonna

    Hilarious! Georgia is a selfish brat yet I can't help laughing at her view about the world. Indonesian translator has done a good job. Thanks to her, I use the words "departemen pipis nipis", "nunga-nunga", "put-put", "centil pentil" daily.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Carly

    I checked this out from the library only to take a glance at the first page and realize I had already read it. These Georgia Nicolson books are like malted milk balls. They're delicious, but you forget how many you've eaten because they all taste the same.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mindy

    Actual rating = 3.5 stars I enjoy this series. This one seemed to return to what I found fun in the first two books of the series. Georgia and her group of friends crack me up, however, the funniest character is her cat Angus.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Robyn

    This is the longest one so far, and nothing much happens, but it's still very funny. Imagine being a "cool teen" and your parents trade in their car for a Reliant Robin. One thing I'm noticing reading through this series one after another is there's a bit of a continuity issue with some situations and characters (and how old is Georgia supposed to be right now? She says she's 16 in this book but was she not still 14 in the last one? When is her birthday?). But this doesn't really affect my enjoy This is the longest one so far, and nothing much happens, but it's still very funny. Imagine being a "cool teen" and your parents trade in their car for a Reliant Robin. One thing I'm noticing reading through this series one after another is there's a bit of a continuity issue with some situations and characters (and how old is Georgia supposed to be right now? She says she's 16 in this book but was she not still 14 in the last one? When is her birthday?). But this doesn't really affect my enjoyment, just my armchair editor sensibility.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tatiana

    Well, I can say this for Georgia, she is never down for long. Robbie leaves for Kiwi-a-goo Land to be an environmentalist and already she'd back to secretly snogging Dave the Laugh and lusting after the new Italian, Masimo. I really can't tell who is keeping who on the line, but it's all a wee bit wishy-washy and slutty. And hilarious, of course. I can't help but be tickled by the tres amusant of Georgia blind-conga-dancing and pitching into bushes. So next up is Hamburger-a-gogo Land. Cheers!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    A funny and diverting read, just what I wanted. Georgia has a way of handling the lewd comments of the boys like Oscar and Mark that doesn't make her seem scarred by harassment. Plus her boy Dave the Laugh has her back as her boy interpreter, sex guru, and make out buddy.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Fay

    I adore Dave the Laugh.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kat

    The sex god has flown off to 'kiwi-a-go-go' land, and Georgia is all alone. Well...all alone surrounded by fitties. Now that Robbie's gone, Georgia feels bored and heartbroken. But it doesn't take long before she explores her options with other boys. Dave the Laugh's got a new girlfriend named Rachel. But he continues to make Georgia's lips crave a snog and some lip-nibbling. And now there's Masimo, the new lead singer for The Stiff Dylans and an Italian hottie who makes Georgia go all jelloid. B The sex god has flown off to 'kiwi-a-go-go' land, and Georgia is all alone. Well...all alone surrounded by fitties. Now that Robbie's gone, Georgia feels bored and heartbroken. But it doesn't take long before she explores her options with other boys. Dave the Laugh's got a new girlfriend named Rachel. But he continues to make Georgia's lips crave a snog and some lip-nibbling. And now there's Masimo, the new lead singer for The Stiff Dylans and an Italian hottie who makes Georgia go all jelloid. Book 5 in the Georgia Nicolson series follows Georgia as she does work experience with Dr. Gorgeous, tries to avoid embarrassment by her dad and his new clown car, receives advice from her sort-of-crush Dave the Laugh on how to catch Masimo, and gets her nungas felt up by Mark from down the street. And not only is Georgia's sex-god boyfriend Robbie in New Zealand, but her best mate Jas's boyfriend (Robbie's brother) Tom is now heading off to 'kiwi-a-go-go land' as well. It's a series of ups and downs in Georgia's teenage drama-filled life. One minute she's on cloud nine, and the next she's in the valley of humiliation. One thing's for certain — Georgia Nicolson continues to narrate her life with humor, sure to keep you laughing throughout.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Christina

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I swear every Georgia Nicolson book ends with Georgia or some other character going off to whatever-gogo-land! It's getting a little stale! Robbie the Sex God aka Marsupial Man is out of the picture, and just when we thought Georgia and Dave the Laugh would get together, Dave gets himself a girlfriend whilst giving Georgia mixed signals (by snogging her)! What in the world?! To make things even more ludicrous, an Italian hottie Masimo aka Sex Meister takes Robbie's place in the Stiff Dylans. Geor I swear every Georgia Nicolson book ends with Georgia or some other character going off to whatever-gogo-land! It's getting a little stale! Robbie the Sex God aka Marsupial Man is out of the picture, and just when we thought Georgia and Dave the Laugh would get together, Dave gets himself a girlfriend whilst giving Georgia mixed signals (by snogging her)! What in the world?! To make things even more ludicrous, an Italian hottie Masimo aka Sex Meister takes Robbie's place in the Stiff Dylans. Georgia goes absolutely jelloid for this boy and Robbie is just a thing of the past! She really can't stop her red bottomosity and Cosmic Horn! I do get an occasional laugh but Georgia has become quite an annoying and selfish brat, who constantly makes fun of her family, looks down on her friends and can't ever stop thinking about boys. 'Fuzzy shorts' (Sven's werewolf outfit) and 'boy entrancers' (false eyelashes) make their first appearance of what I believe will be many more to come. (And the 'boy entrancers' were what fell off in Georgia's hands - I didn't know what to think at first!) I'm quite impressed with the author's ability to continually add more and more words to Georgia's growing glossary. Enjoyment factor was high. Plot wise, poor.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kris - My Novelesque Life

    3 STARS "Brilliantly funny, teenage angst author Louise Rennison's fifth book about the confessions of crazy but lovable Georgia Nicolson. Louise will be a star on the HarperCollins teenage list."11.20a.m. This is my fabulous life: the Sex God left for Whakatane last month and he has taken my heart with him. 11.25a.m. Not literally of course otherwise there would be a big hole in my nunga nungas. 11.28a.m. And also I would be dead. Which quite frankly would be a blessing in disguise. 12.00p.m. It 3 STARS "Brilliantly funny, teenage angst author Louise Rennison's fifth book about the confessions of crazy but lovable Georgia Nicolson. Louise will be a star on the HarperCollins teenage list."11.20a.m. This is my fabulous life: the Sex God left for Whakatane last month and he has taken my heart with him. 11.25a.m. Not literally of course otherwise there would be a big hole in my nunga nungas. 11.28a.m. And also I would be dead. Which quite frankly would be a blessing in disguise. 12.00p.m. It is soooo boring being brokenhearted...but Georgia doesn't remain brokenhearted for long: frequent snogging extravaganzas with old flame, Dave the Laugh, and the arrival of jelloid-knee-inducing Italian stallion, Masimo, mean that Georgia has her work cut out to remain the composed sex-kitten that she aspires to be.Follow Georgia's hilarious antics as she desperately muddles her way through teenage life and all that it entails: make-up disasters, rapidly expanding nunga nungas, school -- urgh, unsympathetic friends, highly embarrassing family (and pets) and, of course, BOYS." (From Amazon) A younger version of Bridget Jones's Diary! Funny!!!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Zahra

    Reasons why Georgia Nicholson is my spirit animal: 1) She is prone to histrionics and melodrama “I am once again wandering lonely as a clud through this Vale of Tears.” 2) She never understood the whole point of Heidi “So, in conclusion, that is the moral of Heidi. “Always push invalid chairs off the top of mountains when you get the opportunity.”” 3) She thinks Wuthering Heights should be erased from all of time and space “It is, after all, she who thinks that Blithering Heights, as we call it, is a “ Reasons why Georgia Nicholson is my spirit animal: 1) She is prone to histrionics and melodrama “I am once again wandering lonely as a clud through this Vale of Tears.” 2) She never understood the whole point of Heidi “So, in conclusion, that is the moral of Heidi. “Always push invalid chairs off the top of mountains when you get the opportunity.”” 3) She thinks Wuthering Heights should be erased from all of time and space “It is, after all, she who thinks that Blithering Heights, as we call it, is a “classic”. When in fact it is a load of Yorkshire people hurling themselves around a moor in the wind singing “Heathcliff, it‘s me Katheeee come home again.” And so on. We‘ve only read three pages and already I want to slit my wrists.” (But really Wuthering Heights?! What kind of depraved minds force that tragedy onto the minds of the students everywhere? I read it of my own free will and still wanted to throw it off a cliff...a Heathcliffe *wink wink*. Okay no, that was wrong, bye)

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nicole-Anne Keyton

    This fifth installment in the hilarious Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series is yet another brilliant burst of "hilariosity", filled with classic teenage girl troubles, the suffix "-osity" that follows words like "wisdom" and "hilarious", British slang, and boys. Although Georgia thinks poorly of herself and is always putting herself down about her beauty, she still manages to attract numerous boys, and she often ends up in a "snog-fest". This annoys me greatly because there are girls who thin This fifth installment in the hilarious Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series is yet another brilliant burst of "hilariosity", filled with classic teenage girl troubles, the suffix "-osity" that follows words like "wisdom" and "hilarious", British slang, and boys. Although Georgia thinks poorly of herself and is always putting herself down about her beauty, she still manages to attract numerous boys, and she often ends up in a "snog-fest". This annoys me greatly because there are girls who think poorly about themselves and want a guy to like them and yet this doesn't happen. Georgia's personality is also utterly egotistical, which gets me thinking throughout the book because I constantly think to myself, "Georgia, SHUT UP. It's not always about you." Which, I believe, is exactly what the author wants her audience to think. Georgia is the kind of girl that other girls shouldn't be, and reading her confessions and finding this out makes me want to read more.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Marija

    Oh boy! The pairing of Molto Masimo and the Robin Reliant—Mr. Bean’s car nemesis—is so wacky and crazy. How bleak can these stories get? It’s perfect! I love reading about all of the love troubles in this book. Even Angus isn’t safe and has to fight for “Naomi against her new suitor, Manky… [Naomi’s new] bit of rougher.” Favorite moment: “So my eyes stayed shut. They were glued together. I kept trying to open my eyes but couldn’t. In sheer desperadoes I said, ‘Oh I love this one.’ And started wobb Oh boy! The pairing of Molto Masimo and the Robin Reliant—Mr. Bean’s car nemesis—is so wacky and crazy. How bleak can these stories get? It’s perfect! I love reading about all of the love troubles in this book. Even Angus isn’t safe and has to fight for “Naomi against her new suitor, Manky… [Naomi’s new] bit of rougher.” Favorite moment: “So my eyes stayed shut. They were glued together. I kept trying to open my eyes but couldn’t. In sheer desperadoes I said, ‘Oh I love this one.’ And started wobbling my head around to the music.” —Priceless. ;)

  28. 5 out of 5

    Gina

    I say this every time I finish one of these books but Georgia actually annoys me so much with her selfishness. Or selfishiosity as she would call it. As well as her little sister Libby does. She actually annoys me the most of all hahaha, she is such a disgusting, thoroughly annoying kid. But still I can't stop myself from reading these books! I do like Dave The Laugh though and I miss Robbie tbh so he better returns in the next books!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ruth Colclough

    This Book Is Amazing, You Can Really Relate To It, And She Is Just Like an Ordinary Girl , Like the Same Age As Me And My Friends, And It Is Soooo Funny, I Would Definately Give It Six Stars Out Of Five, All Of The Louise Rennisons Are Amazing, Especially Knocked Out By My Nunga Nunga's.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ellis

    As Georgia's self-appointed life coach, I set up a meeting with Dave the Laugh. I encourage him to tell Georgia how he really feels, which can be read on The Random Transliterator. As Georgia's self-appointed life coach, I set up a meeting with Dave the Laugh. I encourage him to tell Georgia how he really feels, which can be read on The Random Transliterator.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...
We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.