On The Back of the Book
We are going on holiday to Hamburger-a-gogo land and Masimo the Luuurve God is there. Let the overseas snog fest begin!
- I've whittled my wardrobe down to six cases... and a rucksack... and my shoes - only eight pairs...
- Oh the tension, the tension...
- I'll just have a little zizz and then plan my cosmetics routine...
- ...Just woke up from a horrible dream - a customs official charged me excess baggage for my nose.
This book is pretty funny, Georgia's continued attempts to woo Masimo have left me in stitches yet again. There are moments when you just have to sit there and wonder how Georgia has managed to survive, she's completely insane. Her Hamburger-a-gogo trip (holiday in America) is a laugh a minute, it's enough to make you question the sanity of her world.
The characters are fab and marvy but I find myself wondering why Mabs and Jools are barely mentioned. We are mainly told tales of Rosie, Jas and Ellen. It would be nice to hear about the other two's [mis]adventures with boykind. Also when it comes to the holiday, Georgia's vati and Uncle Eddie are particularly hilarious. They're almost as good as Libby.
Overall a thoroughly enjoyable book. I've read my copy quite a few times (and believe me, it shows) and I never seem to enjoy them any less. They're quick reads that make you want to read even more.
4.5 stars - It's not quite on par with "...And That's When It Fell Off In My Hand" but it's still a very good book. I recommend that every teenage girl sits down and reads these at some point.
A Final Note
I'm not entirely sure if it's this book or the one before but there's a bit of swearing when Angus has a bath.