Read more crazy confessions of Georgia Nicolson in her hilarious, bestselling diary.
Ellen's brother says if you pull out a girl's breast and let it go... it goes nunga-nunga-nunga!
- My nunga-nungas are like two sticky-out beacons attracting all the sadsacks in the universe...
- My nose is gigantic. It must have grown overnightMy eyebrows are approaching the 'It's a moustache! It's a hedgehog! No it's Georgia's eyebrows!!!' stage...
- I've just inspected my legs. I look like I've got hairy trousers on.
The hilariosity continues in book three of the Georgia Nicolson series. There are plenty more laugh out loud moments just waiting for you in this book. The quality of the writing is once again magnificent. A couple of things missed the editing process but my brain automatically corrected them. In fact the only reason I noticed is because doing this blog has made me more aware of stuff like that.
The characters are on top for in this book. Georgia is hilarious, as always but I want to talk about a few of the other characters. Poor Jas, she takes a lot from Georgia and this book is no different. I love Sven, Rosie's boyfriend, he's bonkers, Libby is adorably scary but one of my favourite characters has to be Dave the Laugh, considering the fact he was brought in as a red herring is a crime against dudes like Dave everywhere. He's way better than Robbie.
Overall this book is everything that it's predecessors are. It's not something to be taken seriously as I suspect Georgia has the tendency to over exaggerate a little, okay a lot. Still this book is the perfect summer read.
5 stars - This book is the perfect way to waste away a few hours. I just love chilling out with some snacks and a Georgia Nicolson book. I thoroughly recommend the entire series.
A Final Note
There's one occurrence of swearing in the book. It's not the F-word though, which is all too common in YA today.
- Book summary from the back of the book
- Image from Google