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'Stop in the name of pants!' (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, Book 9)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 30 July 2009
I LOVED THIS BOOK! It is really funny, and I would denfinately recomend it to any girl who wants to read a light and funny story. One person said that it is not a 'deep' read and isn't very good but i must beg to differ. Yes- it is not a serious book, but it is about the very amusing life of a teenager! Its not supposed to be serious! (which its not!) 10/10 five star!!!
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Watch out, mates! Georgia Nicolson has returned, and she definitely hasn't learned from her past mistakes.

Aside from trying to survive in the woods with all the creatures and (apparently) pigs roaming around, Georgia just got herself in a pickle when Dave the Laugh/Tart ended up kissing her when she fell. What makes it even worse, besides the fact that Dave has a girlfriend, is that Georgia just so happened to have recently become the girlfriend of the Italian Stallion.

It's a good thing that Massimo is miles away, because he would have gone bonkers if he found out what had happened. It's another thing that he hasn't called ever since he left.

Sure, she is stuck with two potential boyfriends, but what else is knew? Georgia must choose between the two before she ends up all by herself.

Aside from her boy troubles, her Mutti and Vati are continuing to fight and it's getting even worse, especially when Vati is changing his appearance into something no one should ever have to lay their eyes on. And before going back to Stalag 14, Georgia must have the best time ever with her mates, hopefully using most of her time not thinking about who she needs to choose between.

Who knew someone like Georgia could get into even more trouble? Wait, we all did!

The previous novels in the series have been absolutely hilarious, and STOP IN THE NAME OF PANTS! is no exception. The laughs keep on coming in this installment, and Georgia is crazier than ever. A series that you could never get tired of, it should come with a caution note on it: Warning, may cause hysterical laughter and odd looks from passerby when read in public!

Reviewed by: Randstostipher "tallnlankyrn" Nguyen
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on 30 September 2008
I would really recommend this book, though the way it says 'One minute later' and so on just gives it one star less. Louise Rennison is a fabulous writer, who can really relate to children of this age. It shows that every teen aged girl has these unfortunate tiffs and I love it!!!! It is very eyecatching too and has got a guide for kissing on the last page which really gives it a lot of fabnosity. It's a liveley book and one of the wonderful books Ive read in my life out of about 6 which actually made me giggle, which is amazing since it's very hard to make a girl giggle at words on a page. It takes a lot of skill and patience to write a wonderful, fabulous book like this and Louise Rennison is a truly gifted writer! XOXOLILYXOXO

Other book's by Louise Rennison:

Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging: WITH "It's OK, I'm Wearing Really Big Knickers!" (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson)

Luuurve Gods A-go-go! ("Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging")

Top Gossip! ("Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging")

Georgia's Summer Holiday Pack ("Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging")
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on 6 July 2008
This book is really funny. Louise Rennison continues to make readers laugh in this book. Georgia Nicolson a teenager in need for love is desperate to settle things out between the two boys that she is inlove with: the 'lurve god' and Dave the Laugh. It is hysterical and i definately recomend it for girls aged 13-16!
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on 10 February 2010
Hey I'm 17 and have just finished the full collection...
I absolutely love these books and now have the full collection...i am so sad that there isn't going to be anymore...but they were deffo worth the read!!! i always had to make sure that i had the next one ready for when i finished one, as i couldn't wait to read the next one...i just literally laughed out loud all the way through them...and you can totally link it to your life as a teenager.
My mum just bought me "...and that's when it fell off my hand" for a present...then i watched the film Angus Thongs and Perfect Snogging and i realised they were linked i then decided that i would start reading them from the start and i loved them...they have you crying with laughter and sadness as Georgia goes through life...
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In this ninth outing for the teenage love disaster that is Georgia Nicolson we find not much new going on. Having said that, the writing is still sharp and funny and Rennison tries to inject some seriousness into this volume with tragedy befalling Angus and problems between Georgia's parents. She never lets it veer too much from the tried and tested formula however with Georgia currently on the bison horns of love between Masimo the Italian Luurve God and Dave the Laugh.

I do find these books both funny and entertaining, but am now beginning to hope that Rennison moves things on a little in the next volume.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful
'Stop In the Name of Pants' is, in my opinion, funnier than the last volume in the Confessions of Georgia Nicolson.

This time, Georgia isn't choosing between Robbie & Masimo, but rather Masimo & Dave. She has all the usual mishaps and embarrassing moments, as well as a few impromptu serious ones.

Fans of the series won't be disppointed with this book, and I look forward to the tenth installment!
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Louise Rennison never fails to bring another fantastic book full of hilariosity and randomosity just the way we like it!

As a loyal fan, I was chuckling from the outset. The drama that poor ol Georgia gets herself into is just great!! Although it wasn't much of a surprise what happened in this book, its the way I wanted it to go. Dave the Laugh is brilliant!! 'It's just a little joke mate, nothing to get your handbag out for.' And thats only a snippet of the many laughs!

Reading the Gerogia Nicholson books is a must to everyones lives!!!
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on 25 August 2013
Another laugh out loud read by Louise Rennison. I met the author at a local convention and told her I actually think these books should be provided on prescription to ease depression! You won't be disappointed with this one and, strangely, these books appeal to both younger readers and their mothers alike (probably because us mothers can think back to how things were when we were that age!) Louise never fails to entertain. I bought this book for my grown-up daughter as a gift, but had to read it from cover to cover first!
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on 9 March 2009
Yet another hilariously fab & marvy book in this wonderful series!
this is book number 9 in the series, and is back on form, after (in my opinion) they were getting a bit tedious & "samey" somewhere in the middle of the series.
I started reading these books when I was around 13 (ish,..can't remember the exact date!), and even though I am now nearly 22 and probably should have outgrown them by now, I just neeeeded to see how the story ends!

Roll on number 10!!!
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