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Knocked Out by My Nunga-Nungas: Further, Further Confessions of Georgia Nicolson (Confessions of Georgia Nicolsn) Paperback – 28 Jun 2001


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  • Paperback: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Piccadilly Press Ltd; 1st ed thus edition (28 Jun. 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1853406430
  • ISBN-13: 978-1853406430
  • Product Dimensions: 14.1 x 1.3 x 19.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,996,606 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Louise Rennison lives in Brighton, a place that she likes to think of as the San Francisco of the south coast. Which is sad as it is nothing like San Francisco, being mainly pebbles and large people in tiny swimming knickers who have gone bright red in the sun. Although she lives in Brighton in reality, in her mind she lives somewhere exotic with a manservant called Juan.

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In the latest instalment in the hilarious confessions of Georgia Nicolson, following on from Angus, Thongs and Full Frontal Snogging and It's OK I'm wearing Really Big Knickers, Georgia is now totally in love with Sex God (SG) and has changed her address to Snogging HeadQuarters, Snogging Lane, Snoggington on account of all the lip-action she is getting these days. But her love is tested when she is dragged off to Scotland for a week to a cottage so remote that the only entertainment is hanging around the local Alldays supermarket, a situation made worse by the fact that SG has a big gig coming up and it looks as though the band have a record contract just within their grasp, leaving poor Georgia something of a "pop widow".

Consequently, just when she thinks she has her life sussed out, up rears temptation in the form of old flame, Laughing Dave. A quick snog rekindles some old desires and before long, her head is in teenage turmoil. Meanwhile, Angus, her psychotic cat who has been lusting after the cat across the road (despite the best efforts of Georgia's father and the rather boring, rather cross neighbours) suddenly finds himself in a bit of a dilemma too as his animal passion is threatened by a quick visit to the vet...

By the third instalment the divine Georgia's diary could easily have all become a bit too familiar, but Louise Rennison still comes up with the goods, producing another fresh, side-splitting adventure for her hapless heroine. The dialogue is spot on and her relationships with friends, family, ex-boyfriends and pets are perfectly drawn. Support characters get a lot more page time here than in the first two books, and this adds to the pleasure--baby sister Libby who, at her halloween party, concusses her small guests with a pumpkin lantern is a particular joy, as is Georgia' dappy best friend, who is seemingly oblivious to her mate's teenage angst, yet always comes through in the end.

Georgia's adventure's are consistently touching, warm, funny and real, and make for perfect teen reading. As Georgia would say, you will laugh like a loon on loon tablets!- Age 11 and over. --Jonathan Weir

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“…top teen saga..You’ll be falling about laughing at this.” Mizz

Praise for “…and that’s when it fell off in my hand”

“Readers will find themselves laughing uncontrollably until their sides hurt and won’t be able to put the book down.” The Sunday Times

“Hilarious…[Louise Rennison] is queen of the pink-book pack”. The Times

Praise for Angus, Thongs and Full-frontal Snogging:

“Bridget Jones for teenagers – but funnier. Expect Potter-esque queues for the sequel.” The Sunday Telegraph

“Don’t miss this gem” The Guardian


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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "rjsanderson2" on 28 Aug. 2001
Format: Paperback
Ok, here goes...so,you want an enjoyable novel, not too enduring, a great laugh, and you want it to grip you throughout...-what are you waiting for? BUY/GET this book! She's back alright, with a slam-dunkin' new read; Knocked out by my nunga nungas.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. K. A. Wheatley TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 1 Nov. 2008
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The third in the series by Louise Rennison about the fifteen year old school girl Georgia Nicholson, this is just as good as the previous two. It is in Georgia's words 'vair vair funny' indeed.

Not much has changed. Georgia is still madly in love with Robbie The Sex God and having trouble reconciling it with her desire to snog Dave The Laugh. All is as it should be in the world of teenage angst.

If this was all there was to these books they would be very tiresome by now, but for me it is the ridiculous antics of the Ace Gang at Stalag 14 or school as it is more commonly known, and the lovely relationship she has with her parents who annoy her by refusing to be middle aged and sensible, and her crazy three year old sister Libby.

Oh! and in this book we have the treat of the blossoming romance in the life of the most lunatic and deranged cat in book history, Angus and his dreams of conquering the flirty Burmese Naomi from over the road.

Laugh out loud funny.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "lattoemma" on 18 Oct. 2005
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'Knocked out by my nunga-nungas'
By Louise Rennison
This is the hilarious diary and thoughts of Georgia Nicolson, a typical teenager who is going through all of the confusion and challenges of boys, school, friends, family and so much more. It shows the funny side of life as a teenager and it is even better as it is so much like real-life.
Georgia is the main character and she tells us what she is feeling from one minute to the next. She writes about her friends, her boyfriend Robbie, who she seems obsessed with which most girls are when they have a new boyfriend.
The themes I think, within this book are first loves, friendship, and relationships with parents and family. In Georgia's eyes her parents seem to be embarrassing and nagging which is what almost every teenager feels at sometime or another.
I think Louise Rennison has perfectly captured what it is like to be a teenager growing up nowadays. The strong points, in my opinion is the humour throughout the whole book which makes it enjoyable to read. Also, the truth within the story from what teenage girls feel and react to things such as what your friends say to you to the way people gossip and poke fun at others in a light-hearted way.
I think another way in which this is a fantastic book is that it is easy to read and so funny that you never want to put it down. I like it because it is as if she is talking to you rather than telling you a story, it doesn't go on describing small things in detail, it is a fast book.
The book's weak point however is that it wont appeal to a wide range of audience as it is aimed at teenage girls rather than younger children, boys or older adults.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 11 Dec. 2001
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Louise Rennison does it again! This woman knows exactley what every teenage girl wants to read, as well as their mother, sisters, aunts, cousins, the entire friend population which she may have. This book is most likely the best to date. I have never laughed so much in my entire life, let alone wet my knickers laughing. Some of the thrases which Georgia Nicolson uses are very catching, believe me, i cant stop saying 'in the name of o'reilly's pantiehose'. I reckomend this book to every female and maybe male, on this planet.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ms. J. Chimes on 15 Oct. 2005
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i started reading these books when i was 15, and then became unemployed and broke, so i couldn't get the next books....but i came acorss my two collections of books, one of them being this one. it was like coming home again, so much i found myself in the teen youth book aisle in my local bookstore scanning for the books, and lo and behod i find the author had done some more. which i have bought and have been reading since. i even found it funny 5 years on from when i first reading. i think any person even if they're not a teen can recongise themselves in georgia or some of the characters in there. all in all the confessions of... series are brilliant, and i would highly recommend anyone to buy these books, you will wet your pants indeed!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 20 Jan. 2002
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After reading my favourite authors two previous books, I (of course) had to buy the third and I must say that I wasn't disappointed!!
A maturing Georgia countinues filling us in on her difficult journey through womanhood. Along with Georgia's age increasing, so is her undying wit and humour!
After reading this book I am left in total suspense-who will Georgia choose? The Sex God or Dave The Laugh? I am eagerly awaiting the arrival of the fourth book. Come on Louise-don't keep us waiting too long!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 2 Feb. 2002
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well I cant really put it into words but it has to be the most touching book ive ever read I feel that my life is complete now ive read this legend of a book. It tickled me pink with laughter and read it in 3 hours! I am in touch with this brilliant book and feel that I feel that my life is the same as my heroine Georgia Nicolson! Thank you Louise for introducing this into my home you deserve a comedy award! Sorry my tears have dodged up the computer screen!
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