Brilliantly funny, here is teenage angst author Louise Rennison's second audiobook about the confessions of crazy but lovable Georgia Nicolson.
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"Seriously funny - be careful about reading it in public."(Daily Telegraph)
"Brilliantly funny... even better than Angus, Thongs..." (Bookseller)
"Comic momentum that is hard to resist" (Sunday Times)
"Hurray, she's back! Georgia, the muddle-headed, angst-ridden drama queen of Angus, Thongs... reveals all again in a diary full of thrills, spills and hilarious escapades." (Kids Out)
"This is a very funny book." (Books for Keeps)
Say something about yourself!Hello. I am Kerrie, aged 17 and love all genres of books. I am visually impaired but lead a normal life.
I'd definitely recommend this book, however I'd say that it's not the best one in the series. If you start the series and find it a little boring or not as good as other ones written by the author, it gets better as the series gets on.
I loved the plot line. The relationship between Georgia and Robby was an interesting one in this book, and one I'm sure a lot of people will be able to relate to.
My favourite character in this particular book was Jas; Louise Rennison portrayed her really well.
It was, however not quite as much as later ones in the series.
I'd recommend this to all; especially those who've read Louise Rennison books in the past. However, I'd advise that if you find it a dull read, carry on as it does get better.
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