Dancing In My Nuddy-pants: Even Further Confessions of Georgia Nicolson by Louise RennisonDancing In My Nuddy-pants: Even Further Confessions of Georgia Nicolson by Louise Rennison

Dancing In My Nuddy-pants: Even Further Confessions of Georgia Nicolson

byLouise Rennison

Paperback | April 11, 2006

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Georgia thought she had put her "red-bottomosity" to rest when she finally chose Robbie the Sex God over Dave the Laugh. Anyway, Dave the Laugh is now dating her friend Ellen (which didn't stop Georgia from snogging him at a party...)

But when Dave breaks up with Ellen and the Sex God is never around, Georgia doesn't know what to do! As always, in Georgia's life, nothing ever turns out as planned!

Louise Rennison is the internationally bestselling and award-winning author ofWithering Tights,A Midsummer Tights Dream, and the angst-filled Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series. She lives in Brighton, the San Francisco of England (apart from the sun, Americans, the Golden Gate Bridge, and earthquakes).
Title:Dancing In My Nuddy-pants: Even Further Confessions of Georgia NicolsonFormat:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.54 inPublished:April 11, 2006Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0060097485

ISBN - 13:9780060097486

Appropriate for ages: 13 - 17


Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not my favourite of the series Not cool with the cheating aspect. The book was also tiny compared to the rest so I wonder if the author kind of ran out of ideas???
Date published: 2018-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Georgia Hilarious. Must read for young girls!
Date published: 2017-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Series Must read for all teenagers! Georgia is hilarious and is always getting into trouble
Date published: 2017-07-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Happy funny book series! I read these as a teen a few years ago. They are so funny and addictive! If any parent is looking for something to get their kids to start reading I would really recommend these! They just feel happy and would brighten up my mood. I gave the set to one of my mom's friend for her daughter and she got a bit scared when she read "Sex God" but I told her it was only a nickname for the boy she likes in the story and that theres nothing about sex in this book, so to any parent don't be startled !
Date published: 2017-05-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hilarious Another hilarious book in the Georgia Nicholson series. Definitely recommend this for teenagers.
Date published: 2017-05-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really fun book I recommend this for teens
Date published: 2017-03-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Funny Series The series and Georgia Nicholson are very funny. However, I can't see myself reading them again. Perhaps if I was younger.
Date published: 2011-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ...loveable comedy... When I first read the book Dancing in My Nuddy Pants by Louise Rennison, I was on an airplane filled with tired looking people. The aircraft was quiet, with people attempting to sleep despite the turbulence. Then, there was me. I was huddled into my book... laughing.... silent pause... then more laughing. I was embarrassed when I finally noticed people staring and thinking I was laughing to myself about nothing, which I was definitely not. This loveable comedy by Louise Rennison takes you inside the diary of Georgia Nicolson, an average English teenager. Her odd family, strange friends, and deranged cat keep the plot lively along with Georgia's strong sense of humor. Her outlook on life is not always bright but it is entertaining! It reminds me a lot of Bridget Jones' Diary because throughout the story problems arise and the main character does not always take it lightly. If I could change one thing about the book it would be the ongoing discussion on how Georgia's life could not get any worse. After a while Georgia's thoughts become an assortment of complaints, which can be extremely annoying for the reader (trust me I read all four of the books at once and don't intend to do it again). Dancing in my Nuddy Pants has aspects that can make life seem funny. This book allows the reader to relate the characters in the novel to people the reader has met, and will meet in their lifetime. When reading it you find yourself saying, Hey! That reminds me of... and then you laugh out loud because of all the similarities that person has with the character. Louise Rennison helps the reader rethink previous funny experiences that can connect with the ones in the book. This can make someone laugh at a part that may not be funny to everyone else. In these particular confessions of Georgia Nicolson, the ending encouraged the reader to read her next book. Compared to the other books in the series, this one is one of the better endings, because it did not end abruptly. When I ecstatically read the last few pages, it left me smiling. Readers of this hilarious book might assume they would not learn any valuable lessons from a girl who sets locus free in the classroom. However, I found this to be untrue. I learned more than just how to choose between two guys. It taught me to lighten up when things get you down because it can only get better. Even though the actual plot was not resolved and may continue later, it leaves you satisfied. It's like eating a whole box of donuts. After three you know you'll feel sick, so you might as well eat the whole box because it won't make a difference. For anyone who has any intention of enjoying this book you need to have a sense of humor. Be prepared to embarrass yourself when reading in front of large crowds. If you add this comical book to your collection, you won't be able to hold yourself back.
Date published: 2005-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ...a good job... In Georgia Nicolson's love life, Robbie a.k.a. Sex God is Heaven. How long will this love last? Can Georgia also resist Dave the Laugh? Personally I think Louise Rennison did a good job creating this book, especially Georgia's little sister Libby. Libby makes me laugh so much! From reading this book, I'm so glad don't have a sister like Libby. In my opinion I think any girl who likes to laugh, will surely love the Georgia Nicolson Books.
Date published: 2005-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ...filled with hilariousity ... I know that I could do a formal review on this book, but first, that's not me. Second, that's NOT the book. I think this book is all about laughter and having fun. You just can't show that in a formal review. I absolutely loved it and would recommend to girls about 12 and up. It's a book filled with hilariousity but, not all of it is appropriate for younger girls. This book is not about being meaningful. It's about girls just having fun being girls. Some of the parts I was laughing out loud at (I got a bunch of funny looks) but, every word was more exciting and interesting than the next. I loved this book because it was like a girl's guide to life except more exaggerated which made it one of the best books ever, that I have read. It's about dealing with parents, friends, school and the obvious, boys! (i.e. snogging). The fact of the terms used in England may have confused you at first but, in the end you just kind of understood. The English terms, short forms ect. made the book even funnier, and who doesn't love a funny book? I love it and would suggest it to anybody (most likely girls!) who wants to have a good laugh! (And some funny looks!(At them!)) I know that this is a bit short but it's the only way to describe it. It's a great read that that won't take you forever.
Date published: 2005-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ...fabulous book... Dancing in my Nuddy-Pants by Louise Rennison is a fabulous book about a girl named Georgia Nicolson. Geogia is a typical teenager growing up in London. However, she has a few problems in her life. Georgias neighbors' pedigree cat, Naomi is pregnant. The prime suspect is Georgia's half-mad, enormous Scottish cat, Angus. But that's not all. Georgias younger sister, Libby, is a crazy kindergartner who has a bad habit of running around the house nude and singing altered nursery rhymes like, ˜Baa, Baa, Bag Sheet . Georgia's mom is obsessed with the family's doctor, who is a George Looney look-alike. finally Georgia's dad has decided to try a get in shape . There is one upside to Georgias life; she is the girlfriend of the ˜sex god , a.k.a. Robbie. Robbie is the amazingly handsome lead singer of a band called The Stiff Dylans. Unknown to Georgia, Robbie is changing. When he trades his super-cool sports car for a bike, things start to go downhill. Incorporating everyday British words such as ˜knickers , with her sense of humor and wild imagination, Louise Rennison makes this a wonder bok the is definitely a must-read. I absolutely LOVED Dancing in my Nuddy-Pants! It kept me laughing constantly, cringing on occasion, and (almost) crying at the end. There is not a single thing in this book that I disliked or would have changed. It was a perfect read in my opinion! I think Dancing in my Nuddy-Pants is a book every teenage girl should read. It's a believable, interesting and entertaining book that every girl can relate to some how, no matter what country you live in. This book is definitely one of my favorites!
Date published: 2005-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ...a funny view... The book I read is called Dancing In My Nuddy Pants. This is a journal style book that follows the daily life of Georgia Nicholson. She and her friends are trying to survive the mundane life of high school, the crazy home life of all teens, and lets not forget the perils of her cat Angus as well. George has a boyfriend name Robby. He is Sex-God and she describes him as amazingly groovy . Her favourite things are lip gloss and her boyfriend. Her favourite activities are hockey, shopping and the occasional snog . It was a comical story but there was a handful of romance added to it. This book would appeal to anyone who likes reading romance, comedy, or about the typical life of teenagers. I really enjoyed the book because it was a funny view of high school. The way Georgia is over-descriptive of events is hilarious.
Date published: 2005-09-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from ...wasn't my favourite... Dancing in my Nuddy Pants. A fourth book to 3 others of Louise Rennison's, Angus thongs and full frontal snogging series. I have to say this wasn't my favourite book out of the series.It wasn't very funny it had no meaning. It had a lot of romance and Georgia always getting in trouble. I think everyone but Jas and Rolo out of the ace gang cried. Georgia because Robbien was leaving, Rosie because Sven was leaving and Ellen because Dave the laugh dumped her. The ending, perfect Louise really knows where to finish a book. In the ending Georgia is getting a thing on with Dave and only Jas knows. I personally think that in the fifth book Georgia will fall for Dave the laugh and start having a more serious relationship then she thought. What about Robbie? Ellen will hate her for it because she was just going out with him and maybe the ace gang will have a fight or even worse a break up. But knowing Georgia and her wisdomosity, maturiosity and her fabbity fab fab plans she can always get them back together again. This book is meant for people with a love for comedy and romance. People who read this particular series needs to be able to believe the unimaginable like who in there right mind would make a snogging scale. Well Georgia and the ace gang of course!!! I wouldn't change anything in the book. Well maybe Jas, she is getting on my nerves. But maybe that was Louise's plan you never know until you've read the whole series. So many questions on what will happen next. Will the ace gang fall apart? Will Georgia love Dave? And will Robbie get left behind... forgotten? All of these questions will be answered in the fifth book by Louise Rennison, Away laughing on a fast camel.
Date published: 2005-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ...another great confession... Heres too another great confession book of Georgia Nicolson in Dancing in my NUDDY-PANTS. Georgia Nicolson comes back in her fourth fun filled book, as a sweet inocet school girl ( on the outside). In truth she a wild crazy NUDDY-PANTS dancer. Nuddy-Pants means well to be naked, this unbelivable girl would rather dance in the nude than hang out with her friends.Well okay this only happened once. After all this I still think Louise Rennison has really captured the true thoughts and spirits of a 15 year old girl in England. This book has everything that cute boy the whole student body likes ( this is an all girls school). The weirdest bestfriend that would rather talk to her boyfriend than snog ( kiss) him. A group of school bullys that would do any thing to DISTROY your life. I would recommend this book to everyone. Well the boys might not like it but at leat to all my girl friends. As georgia Nicolson would say this book is fabby, fab, fab. P.S. This is my only warning for you DO NOT read this book in public. As it will make you laugh out loud than everyone will think your weird ( take it from personal experience).
Date published: 2005-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ...hilarious escapades... What do you do when your boyfriend is out on tour, your cat has impregnated the pedigree female across the road, and you've just suffered a bout of red-bottomosity and snogged your pal's boyfriend? Well, if you're Georgia Nicolson, you dance in your nuddy pants! The creation of British author Louise Renison, Georgia Nicolson has starred in five novels, Dancing in my Nuddy-Pants being the fourth. Each novel is full of hilarious escapades, as well as the use of hysterical (and sometimes confusing) British terminology. That's not all; Georgia even has a bit of French tossed around in her journal entries! Louise Renison writes with a distinct flair, honesty, and most importantly, humour. The combination causes the reader to want more, and captivates them with fun that begins on the very first page! The novel is appealing to female teenagers because we can all relate to Georgia's flustered and silly ways when she's around the Sex God (otherwise known as Robbie, her boyfriend). Which one of us doesn't run out of things to say and end up acting like a prat around guys we like? The way Georgia worries so much about being beautiful for her boyfriend, the way she's embarrassed by her parents, and the way she's so critical about her body (although it's always on a lighter note) is also relatable to girls around her age. People who love reading a first class girly book that will have your sides splitting with laughter are most definitely recommended this book!
Date published: 2005-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ...best out of the four... Dancing In My Nuddy Pants: Even Further Confessions of Georgia Nicolson is the fourth installment in the teen series by Louise Rennison. In this piece of the series we can be intrigued by the news of our own Hamburger-a-go-go land and the fact that we may get to see the Sex God! Only too bad for us it's only a book because this guy sounds gorgeous. We once again are reading into the life of Georgia Nicolson, a teen who lives in England. She carries out her life like any average teenage girl, worrying about snogging (kissing), boys, The Sex God (boyfriend), the rents (parents) and (by far the most important) Friends! I actually really like this book and found it the best out of the four. With this book I felt I had more in common with Georgia so it was easier for me to understand and relate to. She has a boyfriend, likes her ex, feels like her boyfriend is ignoring her, has a tight group of friends and is highly creative. Surprisingly I share all those listed qualities so I loved it. I wish I could say it was perfect but 1: Nothing is perfect and 2: Every book has its flaws. I found the book droned on a lot about information that I found useless or had already been said in the first three books. Don't get me wrong, revisiting information is good because it reminds the reader about the past. But I found this book did that too much, it just kept going on and on about past issues. I just couldn't keep up with all the information. Still I wouldn't change it if I could because tons of Georgia Nicolson lovers would be mad at me. Then I would be in trouble. I think this book would appeal to any girl who can read. But then again some girls who don't know how to read might also like the book. Just because you cant read doesn't mean you cant like books right? You could have someone read you a book and it could be better because it sounds more in depth. This book could also appeal to some guys. Like say if a guy wants to read about to know how a girl really feels then this book would appeal to him. Also this book could appeal to gay men, if there are any our age or maybe adult men. I know my science teacher reads this series so it must appeal to adults also. Personally this series of books reminds me of other books in similar series such as the Mates, Dates .... series, Gossip Girl series and Confessions of a Shopaholic series. They all seem to have the same sort of vibe because they entice the reader and make you want to read the entire collection. These types of books are obviously popular because so many are published and bought every day.
Date published: 2005-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ...enjoy it! This is a one of a kind book about an english teenage girl who has a crush on one of the most popular guy at school. The book talks about how her friends react to her crush, how other people at her school react to them dating, and many other things. The twists and turns leave you wanting the next book of the series to come out. Warning!!! Youngers children should not read this book because it does have some teenage content , but anyone ten or older will surely enjoy it!
Date published: 2005-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ...epic volume... Hello scholar-type chums! I am Georgia Nicholson's unofficial spokesperson for Maple-syrup-a-gogo land. My mission is to introduce you to this epic volume in Georgia's life. For those of you not acquainted with her, Georgia is a teenager in England who writes diaries and gives them strange names to do with camels and in this case, pants, and uses lots of British slang. She also tends to use German and French words. Her Vati, (German for father) has the mentality of a teletuby, only not so developed , her Mutti, (German for mother) seems to be putting together a collection of Go Girl t-shirts and fluffy mules, and her 3 year-old sister thinks Georgia's bedroom is a public toilet. Her best friend Jas is obsessed with Mediterranean tomatoes. And there are so many other bizarre characters, I can't describe all of them. Otherwise my book review will exceed the 500 word limit, won't it? The two main events in this book are her school trip to Paree with Gorgey (Gorgeous. Like marvy, or marvellous) Henri the French teacher, and her boyfriend's year-long trip to kiwi-a-gogo-land, (New Zealand) Quelle dommage... I really like this book. It is better than the second one but not quite as good as the third in the series. It's SO FUNNY! One of my most cherished parts is the plunging into the Seine photo opportunity. They visit the Seine river during the school trip to Paris and Georgia and The Ace Gang Rosie, Ellen, Jas, and Jools, devise a prank on the German teacher. They would say, Oh, Herr Kramer, we can't get your entire cardigan in. Just a couple steps towards the river, and then he would plunge into the river. Except it doesn't work. Oh well! Another favourite is the false fur incident. Rosie and Georgia have to help with the school's production of Peter Pan, and Rosie finds theatrical fur so they give themselves sideburns and uni-brows, but no one notices! There is also the universal question: what country does Sven (Rosie's boyfriend, an exchange student) come from? Something that annoys me is the title. People are fooled in to saying nuddy-pants instead of nudey-pants because of the extra D . It is supposed to be nudey-pants, isn't it? Naked=Nude? Yes, I think I'm right. Well, that happens quite often. Do you even know what nuddy-pants are? Haha. Well I'll tell you. If you are wearing your nuddy-pants, you are running free and wild, you're in your birthday suit. So basically, you are naked. Hee hee! So, as I said before, this is a wonderful book, full of adventures on the high seas, (the Ferry to France), slave drivers, (Slim, their large and glorious leader , Wet Lindsay, Dismal Sandra and Tragic Kate) and a single girl against the world. (Georgia against Stalag 14, a.k.a school.) TTFN!
Date published: 2005-09-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from ... marvy ... Once begun, Dancing in my Nuddy Pants: Even Further Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, is near impossible to put down. Louise Rennison has outdone herself in the fourth volume of Georgia's diaries. This marvy book has people (including myself) laughing hysterically at Georgia's newest antics. From Angus' new girlfriend, to the amusing trip to Paris, and to Robbie the Sex Gods random escape to Kiwi-a-gogo land (New Zealand) - Rennison has us completely wrapped up in this teen's shallowosity . Georgia is the perfect heroine for anyone who doesn't find themselves perfect. This hilarious novel is wonderful proof that girls of the world really are alike, from Great Britain to Canada and all countries around. If you haven't already read of Georgia's previous escapades - now is the time! For all teenage girls, it will make you laugh until you burst! This book is definitely the one-in-a-million you're looking for this summer!
Date published: 2005-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ...a definite must... I really loved all of the Georgia Nicolson Series and was excited when Dancing my Nuddy Pants (the fourth book) came out. Although it was not as good as the first few I still loved it. With outrageously funny moments that had me laughing like crazy and down right embarrassing moments! I enjoyed a lot of the elements of this book but I think some of my favorites are three words Mutti (Mom), Vatti (Dad), and Libby. Her parents are constantly not understanding Georgia and her sister Libby (Who sometimes thinks she's a cat.) belongs in a toddler mental institution, but other than that her life is just fine other than the fact that she has the cosmic horn and is experiencing a lot of red bottomsy. This was a good book overall and a definite must for anyone who loves Georgia!
Date published: 2005-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I loved this... Another book in the awesomely funny series of Georgia Nicholson's confessions, (written by Louise Rennison), Dancing in My Nuddy Pants is a laugh-out-loud book! It may be dangerous for you, or anyone else, to read this in public. Everything seems to be going fine with Robbie (a.k.a. the Sex God)…but what happens when things take a turn? Can Georgia have TWO boyfriends at once? And how does a rose rate on the Snogging Scale? Just as good as the first, Dancing in My Nuddy Pants is a must read for everyone who enjoys the series! A good frivolous book on a summer day, Dancing in My Nuddy Pants will send you, as Georgia would say, away laughing on a fast camel . I loved this series from the first book, and will be continuing to read it as long as Louise Rennison continues to write the series! What is a girl to do when her old boyfriend seems to still like her, her half wild and half normal tabby cat seems to have gotten into some problems with a purebred Burmese, and her little sister is driving her nutty? Well, write it all down in her diary, of course! Will a trip Georgia's father took spell disaster for her relationship with Robbie (a.k.a. the Sex God)? Will she ever be the wife of a pop star? All through this book, Georgia agonizes, worries, hopes, and just acts like a regular (well fairly I think...) teenage girl. All the time that I was reading this book, I was laughing and giggling. The whole series, this book included, is well written and funny. I totally suggest this book, and the whole series. It is best to read the whole series, so you know where you are at, but it is one that you will want to read over and over again! I hope that you read this series, and enjoy it as much as I did! Happy reading!
Date published: 2005-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's great! A young girl once said : To snog or not to snog, that is the question. That girl was Georgia Nicolson. Fourth in the award-winning series written by Louise Renninson, Dancing in my Nuddy Pants is great book for teens, about teens. Since this book is in a series, having read the previous books, I recommend reading the others first if you intend on understanding. The first three books in the series: Angus, thongs, and full-frontal snogging; On the bright side I'm now the girlfriend of a sex god; and Knocked out by my nunga-nungas, are as filled with Georgia's crazy personality as the fourth book is. And for a 16 year old, Georgia definitely has one! Her ability to poke fun at herself gives the book an extra touch. A great thing about that is that since this book is in diary form, you get to hear all her thoughts. As you're reading this book, you may realize that there are some unusual words. This is because this book is set in England. Nuddy pants are quite literally no pants, i.e., you are naked! Nunga-nungas are basoomas: a girl's breasts! There are many more! Thankfully there is an English glossary at the back of the book, to help you out. After chasing Robbie (aka Sex God), Georgia is finally his girlfriend. But is she all of a sudden finding an interest in Dave the Laugh? But Dave T.L. is now going out with Georgia's friend Ellen, which makes it even harder to like him. When Robbiess band gets a record deal and a tour in the U.S., Georgia decides to go with him. But how will she react when Robbie tells her the shocking news that you didn't think I was going to tell you, did you? If you want to find out, read it! I guarantee, you'll love it! It's great!
Date published: 2005-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very interesting!!! This book is awesome for teenagers who love to laugh. The book is about a 15 year old girl named Georgia, who has problems like everyone of us: boyfriend disasters, friends who can one minute be so sweet and the next turn their back on you, and let's not forget her cat that is always getting in trouble with Mr. and Mrs. Across The Road. aka “The Neighbors. Anyway, Georgia chooses Pop Star Robbie over Dave The Laugh and towards the end of the book she wonders if having a boyfriend that's a pop star is such a good idea. She knows that she absolutely CAN'T have feelings for Dave because her best friend is going out with him and that is totally NOT cool. But when Dave breaks up with her friend Ellen she starts having second thoughts. The book was really cool because it's like living in your own world. It's exactly how most teenagers act. Georgia reminds me of my friend in grade 9 that's dating a guy who doesn't really care about her and there's this other really cool guy that does care for her just like in the book with Georgia. Make sure before you read this book that you know a bit of French because Georgia is forever trying to tie French together with English which I thought was kind of strange so if there was anything I could change in the book that would definitely be it. Also you should know that in this book Georgia has made up her own funky language that sometimes doesn't make sense but if you look in the back of the book (which of course I didn't know was there until I had read the whole book) there is a dictionary that explains all of her wacky words such as Chrimboli- Christmas Day, Prat- A gormless oik (playing air guitar at a rock concert) Hmmmm who would have known?!!! I bet you're wondering where the Dancing in my Nuddy-Pants part comes in. Well I was wondering that until the very end of the book when Georgia phones her friend and tells her she's dancing in her nuddy-pants for joy. Very interesting!!! I thought that the ending was a bit too sudden. It's the type of book that you just want to keep reading and reading and... well you get the point. If I were the author I would have gone on more about Georgia's new love life instead of leaving me hanging because I hate it when they do that! Overall I thought the book was a thumbs up and would recommend it to all of my Bestest Buds and to you guys too!!!
Date published: 2005-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ...hilarious... Cat romance, dancing naked around the house, red-bottomosity, cosmic horns-I wouldn't expect anything less from Georgia Nicolson (or the author: Louise Rennison!) Dancing In My Nuddy Pants is just as hilarious of a read as all of 'Georgia's Confessions'. I've read and re-read this series many times and every time I find myslef laughing out loud! If you haven't already started reading this amazing serie you definetly should get a move on!
Date published: 2005-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ...another great addition... Dancing in my Nuddy-Pants is another great addition to the hilarious confessions of Georgia Nicholson. Written in a diary-style book, Georgia never ceases to keep you caught up on the funny little details of her life. Georgia lives in England, and she has a three-year-old sister Libby, along with her rather odd parents, who try to be cool and relate to Georgia, but quite typically just don't get it. In Georgia's previous books, she falls in love with Robbie Jennings, the very attractive singer from his band, the Stiff Dylans, after some mishaps with other guys. But in this installment, still quite happy with herself for being Robbie's girlfriend, Georgia isn't exactly quite sure what she wants anymore, when Robbie's not around because he's on tour. To make matters worse, her teachers continually frown upon her and her friends, just for having fun. Overall, I thought this book was pretty good. It wasn't the best in the series, as it was kind of flat. This book just kind of kept the story going, there wasn't as much of a climax as in the other books. But, despite that, I still loved this book because I love the characters. I love Georgia's sarcastic, witty, yet unmistakably hilarious personality. I also love her friend Jas because sometimes she can be so dim, but the way Georgia acts toward her, you've got to love her anyway. I can relate to Georgia, mostly because of the stuff she does with her friends. They are crazy, and funny in a kind of rebellious way. To top it all off, you can learn a bit of British slang while enjoying these books. I would recommend this book to any girl in her preteen or teen years who loves to laugh, and have fun with her friends. No matter who you are, I think you will take a liking to the elements of this story if you take the time to read it. Although, I suggest you real the 3 preceding books in the series to have a better understanding of the story. I would rate this book 4 out of 5. I hope you will enjoy it as much as I did!
Date published: 2005-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MARVY best book ever. i love the guy who gave her the rose from france. everybody's got to read this.
Date published: 2005-08-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absoulately fantastic! This book talks about all the issues teenager girls face. Not only is it displayed in a humourous way, but it also has the truth in it. If moms want to know what their daughters always write about in thier little journal, this is the book to read. Then again, do we girls wants out moms' to know our secrets?
Date published: 2004-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great series getting better! I have currently read all of the confessions of Georgia Nicolson and i found then all very interesting. They keep getting better and better. I really liked all of the emotion that they put in the book and yah it was just a great book!
Date published: 2004-09-21

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