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Confessions of Georgia Nicolson This book was a laugh.out.loud book, i read it in form and laughed after everyone said to me enjoy your book then and i was really confused because i didn t realised i was doing it This book would appeal to girls aged 12 17, because it is confessions of a teenage girl and they are teenage ages This book is made up of hillarious diary entries and i would most definently recommend it to read just be sure to not read it on the tube, or anywhere in public as a matter of fact I enjoey this b This book was a laugh.out.loud book, i read it in form and laughed after everyone said to me enjoy your book then and i was really confused because i didn t realised i was doing it This book would appeal to girls aged 12 17, because it is confessions of a teenage girl and they are teenage ages This book is made up of hillarious diary entries and i would most definently recommend it to read just be sure to not read it on the tube, or anywhere in public as a matter of fact I enjoey this book so much i sat up and read untill 2am one morning robbie s hot XD This book is a sort of fun book, a light read and with no thinking involved Its a sort of book for lazy days with nothing to do If i went into a bookstore i would not have chosen a book like this Elena gave it to me as a thoughtful and fun gift I did read it for i had nothing else to do This book is an enjoyable read.It is about a girl and all her problems she has with boys, friends and how she deals with it in her mid teen years It is written in a casual and fun dairy form.If you do not r This book is a sort of fun book, a light read and with no thinking involved Its a sort of book for lazy days with nothing to do If i went into a bookstore i would not have chosen a book like this Elena gave it to me as a thoughtful and fun gift I did read it for i had nothing else to do This book is an enjoyable read.It is about a girl and all her problems she has with boys, friends and how she deals with it in her mid teen years It is written in a casual and fun dairy form.If you do not read a lot this book is what i suggest to you It contains a whole range of easy and understanding words It s so funny, it really is like a teenage appropriate Bridget Jones The first two diaries are in the same book and that s very practical, because it s such a quick read Yes, it was a bit stupid, no, one couldn t really call it a book but I absolutely loved it and I can t wait to read the next ones. To be honest, this book wasn t as good as I hoped it was going to be Maybe it s because our protagonist is 14 and I mreally not, but in all honesty Georgia did come across as a bit of a bitch She s mean to her friends and Jas is mean to her backunless the author was going for subtle undertones of a commentary on teenage female friendshipsbut I really don t think she was the language she uses is language I never used and the kids I work with don t useit did seem like upper middle To be honest, this book wasn t as good as I hoped it was going to be Maybe it s because our protagonist is 14 and I mreally not, but in all honesty Georgia did come across as a bit of a bitch She s mean to her friends and Jas is mean to her backunless the author was going for subtle undertones of a commentary on teenage female friendshipsbut I really don t think she was the language she uses is language I never used and the kids I work with don t useit did seem like upper middle class slang to be honest Geoggers , having a nervy b yeah.Had I been 14 years old and read the book, I would ve loved the plot Boyfriends coming and going, hair clothing nightmaresBasically, you re going to have to pretend you re a 14 year old girl when you read this Which is fine because that s who it s aimed at Just don t expect plotline greatness DOk let s be honest Georgia was the popular, mean girl at school that I never was the one who snogged random boys and went out and hung out in the park at night and sneaked into clubs I really wouldn t want to be her if I were a 14 year old I d want to be Mia from The Princess Diaries instead sooo slowly..bored. 1.5 stars Georgia Nicolson is a spectacularly nasty girl I realized that her stupid antics and enormous ego are meant for comedy, but there was literally nothing endearing about her She is mean to her friends, self centered, completely disrespectful of everyone else in her life and very vulgar Honestly, the VULGARITY I know this is sadly typical of a lot of British humour, but really, this is a book for children Angus, the half Scottish wildcat, is the only likable character However, 1.5 stars Georgia Nicolson is a spectacularly nasty girl I realized that her stupid antics and enormous ego are meant for comedy, but there was literally nothing endearing about her She is mean to her friends, self centered, completely disrespectful of everyone else in her life and very vulgar Honestly, the VULGARITY I know this is sadly typical of a lot of British humour, but really, this is a book for children Angus, the half Scottish wildcat, is the only likable character However, I m throwing the extra half star for all the new British slang I learned I m totally calling my pajamas jimjams from now on Georgia Nicolson S In Turmoil Her Cat, Angus The Size Of A Smalllabrador , Is Terrorizing The Neighborhood She Went To A Party Dressed As Astuffed Olive And She S Madly In Love With Robbie The Sex God, Who Sometimes Thinks She S Too Young For Him In These First Two Volumes Inthe Hilarious New York Times Best Selling Series, Georgia Needs To Changeher Life From Ergghhhlack To Fabbity Fab Fab The Hysterically Funny First Two Georgia Nicolson Diaries Angus, Thongs And Full Frontal Snogging And On The Bright Side, I M Now The Girlfriend Of A Sex God never would have picked up these books on my own, which just goes to show you need to make it a habit to branch out of your comfort zone My sister brought these to me after reading the first few and asked me to read them aloud to her They are the most hilarious books about being a teenage girl I ve ever read Sometimes we d have to close the book for a solid five minutes before we could go on because we were laughing so hard Georgia will forever hold a special place in my heart. Enjoyable read for laughs and smiles which is sometimes all you need I read the Angus series about 4 years ago I was 12 and I thought it was great back then Re reading them for my 25 Book Reading Challenge and I can safely say I think they re still as bloody funny as they were in the first place A few bits made me cringe I.e the snogging scale and not wearing a bra but none the less I thought it was equally as relatable as it was funny.It really is my sense of humour I loved the film when it came out and I love the book as well they re so different tha I read the Angus series about 4 years ago I was 12 and I thought it was great back then Re reading them for my 25 Book Reading Challenge and I can safely say I think they re still as bloody funny as they were in the first place A few bits made me cringe I.e the snogging scale and not wearing a bra but none the less I thought it was equally as relatable as it was funny.It really is my sense of humour I loved the film when it came out and I love the book as well they re so different that it makes me feel like I m reading a completely different book I m quite a boring 16 year old so I never once tried to sneak into a club or drink alcohol or wear false eye lashes and thongs but still found all these parts rather funny Very quick read if you re used to heavier books 4 stars for nostalgic factors and humour.Oh, and finding the comments about being a lesbian disrespectful is complete nonsense Rennison was putting herself in the shoes of a 14 year old Of course she would say something like that That s kids for you these days


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About the Author: Louise Rennison

Louise Rennison was the bestselling award winning author of the phenomenally successful Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series, translated into over 34 languages and to the stage and big screen as Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging She has won the Nestle Smarties Book Prize, the Michael L Printz Honor Book and the Roald Dahl Funny prize for Withering Tights Louise sadly died on the February 29, 2016.