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'... then he ate my boy entrancers.' (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, Book 6) Kindle Edition

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Rennison’s subversive diaries of teenager Georgia Nicholson, now into their sixth volume of reprehensible marvelosity, have been consistently funny and uproariously real ever since her first confessions, contained in Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging appeared yonks ago in 1999. The unique language of Georgia’s hectic existence, and assorted life disasters--her day-to-day relationships with friends, family, cats, various other olds and potential love gods---all add up, each time, to an unmissable feast for her fans and new devotees alike.

Georgia, pining for her new wannabe heart throb and Italian-American stallion Masimo, who is currently visiting rellies in the States, is bolstered by the news that she and Mutti and Vati are off to Hamburger-a-gogo land as well. It’ll be the perfect opportunity for Georgia to partake of a really long holiday snogathon with the (probable) man of her dreams. Slight problem number one is that Masimo is in New York, and the Nicholsons are headed to Memphis.

But all is not lost. Jas, Georgia’s bestest mate from the Ace Gang, can go with them and she can help get the two lovebirds together. Slight problem number two is the re-emergence in her life, via letters from Kiwi-a-gogo land, of Robbie the love god. What with Dave the Horn never far away either, the future of Georgia’s mixed-up love life is reaching a critical, decision-making stage.

There’s no better series of books for teens around at the moment that capture more accurately the trials of life in the hormone-emerging fast lane. Rennison, a stand-up comedienne of some renown, injects each page with the sharpest, wittiest and achingly relevant material there is. It certainly doesn’t get any better than this. And… it’s another cliffhanger ending, so expect more marvy confessions soon.

(Age 12 and over) --John McLay

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Rennison’s subversive diaries of teenager Georgia Nicholson, now into their sixth volume of reprehensible marvelosity, have been consistently funny and uproariously real ever since her first confessions, contained in Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging appeared yonks ago in 1999. The unique language of Georgia’s hectic existence, and assorted life disasters--her day-to-day relationships with friends, family, cats, various other olds and potential love gods---all add up, each time, to an unmissable feast for her fans and new devotees alike.

Georgia, pining for her new wannabe heart throb and Italian-American stallion Masimo, who is currently visiting rellies in the States, is bolstered by the news that she and Mutti and Vati are off to Hamburger-a-gogo land as well. It’ll be the perfect opportunity for Georgia to partake of a really long holiday snogathon with the (probable) man of her dreams. Slight problem number one is that Masimo is in New York, and the Nicholsons are headed to Memphis.

But all is not lost. Jas, Georgia’s bestest mate from the Ace Gang, can go with them and she can help get the two lovebirds together. Slight problem number two is the re-emergence in her life, via letters from Kiwi-a-gogo land, of Robbie the love god. What with Dave the Horn never far away either, the future of Georgia’s mixed-up love life is reaching a critical, decision-making stage.

There’s no better series of books for teens around at the moment that capture more accurately the trials of life in the hormone-emerging fast lane. Rennison, a stand-up comedienne of some renown, injects each page with the sharpest, wittiest and achingly relevant material there is. It certainly doesn’t get any better than this. And… it’s another cliffhanger ending, so expect more marvy confessions soon.

(Age 12 and over) --John McLay


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1065 KB
  • Print Length: 339 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0007183216
  • Publisher: HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks (19 Aug. 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003Z6QGCM
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 50 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #55,014 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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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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I'm not a teenager in years but mentally I have been told I am. I originally bought "It's ok I'm wearing really big Knickers" for my twenty something daughter, 2 xmas' ago. It was meant as a joke due to her liking for really big knickers as a child... she read it and told me "Mum you really have to read it. I was laughing so much on the train a lady actually asked me what I was reading". So I read it and laughed myself stupid and from there on I was hooked. I bought the whole series and waited impatiently for each new book to come out. Then he ate my boy entrancers has got to be one of the funniest, especially the scene with Georgia at the disco and her lashes sticking together. Rennison's description of her dilema had me doubled up. I just wish she would write a bit faster as I can't wait for the next book...
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As soon as I heard that this one was coming out, I HAD to have it. Since I read an extract about 5 years ago(yep, THAT long), I was hooked on the Georgia books - I went out and got the 1st book and I was laughing that much, I went and bought the others. Georgia and Jas remind me of me and my friend sooo much - she always did the flicky fringey thing lol. Although this book isn't as good as the others, it's still a great book, and what I did like was the way it focused on her struggle with Dave the laugh. She HAS to end up with Dave, or it just won't have been worth it! They are so great for each other, and it seems like only Georgia can't see it!! Come on Louise, don't let us down...
Georgia & Dave 4eva xxx
To all of you thinking of buying this book - DO IT! (And buy the other 5 too!)
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This book, like all the others in the Georgia Nicolson series, is so hilarious that you can't help looking like a complete fool (or a loon on loon pills) when reading it, you're laughing so hard. It's one of the brest pieces of escapism I have ever read - hillarious, at times almost painful (you can feel her pain - Robbie, Masimo,or Dave?), and all of the time you're innundated with insane moments of disco dancing and Our Lord Sandra. Priceless.
I don't know where Louise Rennison got the inspiration for Georgia, but I just hope she continues to find it (and that I will never meet it myself) - a completely original and totally shocking character. I love that she's such a Englishy type - the American audience hasn't changed her one jolt, even if she does pay the people accross the water a visit.
Buy it. If you haven't read the other ones before it, buy them. It doesn't matter what age you are, you are going to find them brilliant, in every way. They make you remember every single cringy thing you ever did in front of a guy, in the best possible way.
Oh and by the way, my moneys on the Laugh.
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You have GOT to read this book, it is absoutley hilarious. It is about teenage Georgia Nicolson and her everyday dilemmas with life. Rennison writes it fantastically well.

At one point I was laughing so much i couldn't read on - i had to put the book down while i calmed down a bit.

My favourite character is Georgia's hilariously adorable little sister, Libby.

I really would strongly recommend this book to anyone who wants a light-hearted read to cheer them up after a really tough day.
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The 6th book in the series. Absolutely loved it. The book's full of irony and it's abolutely hilarious! I got some weird looks from people when I burst out laughing whilst reading it! Highly recommend it to anyone. Puts you in a great mood, too! Thanks Louise Rennison :D
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she writes it as if she is still a teenager. for both adults and children, this book will make you cry with laughter, glue you to its text, act like a loon in public and generally go crazy. i couldn't put this book down, and you have to admit, louise rennison is so much better than j.k.rowling!
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This has to be one of the best books in the series!! Once again we join georgia as she battles with her feelings of past and present. Now that Robbie the sex god has left, god has sent along a replacement in the form of Masimo - an Italian stallion who has taken over Robbies place in the Stiff Dylans. Dave the laugh also appears again in this book causing laughs galore any toying with georgias emotions. Just as georgia feels that she can take no more as masimo has gone to Hamburger a gogo land, her parents come up trumps with a holiday to the states. There is only 1 problem - Masimo is in Manhatten, Georgia has gone to Memphis. Still there must be buses surely?! No sooner does she get back, then Robbie sends her a letter from Kiwi a gogo land saying he misses her and then Dave says that he feels they were made for each other. This book is fabbity fab fab and a laugh a minute. Left on a cliffhanger, we can only wait until Louise makes another laugh a minute installment to this series!!!
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I have now read all 6 of georgia nicolsons confessions and although this is not the best it is still fabity fab fab. I actually laugh out loud when reading louise rennisons books and I never tire of her quick wit. Absolutely fantastic writer and I cant wait for the next installment!
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