Publisher: Harper Collins
Release Date: 25th June 2009
Other Titles in the Series: Angus, Thongs and Full-frontal Snogging; It’s OK, I’m Wearing Really Big Knickers!, Knocked Out by my Nunga-Nungas; Dancing in my Nuddy Pants; ‘…and that’s when it fell off in my hand.’; ‘…then he ate my boy entrancers.’; ‘…startled by his furry shorts!’; ‘Luuurve is a many trousered thing…’; ‘Stop in the name of pants!’
Oh yes, the hilariosity goes on for one last time. Here it is…maybe probably…pants for the memories!
My marvy Luuurve God boyfriend has got the full Humpty Dumpty with me for accidentally twisting with Dave the Laugh.
Which is not actually my fault. I cannot be expected to control my body parts, they pop out unexpectedly and so on.
For instance my lips do ad-hoc puckering up every time Dave the Laugh comes near them, I don’t know why.
Ditto jelloid knickers.
Anyway shut up about Dave the Laugh, he has got a GIRLFRIEND.
Not that I care. Or do I?
Oh I don’t know, so many boys, so little time.
The last instalment of Georgia Nicolson’s dairies is just as brilliant as the rest of them. I absolutely loved it!
‘Are these my basoomas I see before me?’ was so, so funny. I’d forgotten about Louise Rennison’s ability to make you laugh out loud. She writes the most absurd situations and has her characters have the strangest conversations that you’d burst if you didn’t at least giggle at. She is a comedy genius.
The characters each have distinctive personalities and compliment each other perfectly. I love the Ace Gang. I’d do anything to be a part of that group! But Libby is my favourite character. She is really cute, but a complete and utter nutcase; just like her sister actually! The whole of the Swiss Family Mad, as Georgia calls them, are fabulous creations that I’m very glad that I don’t have to live with.
Although I enjoyed ‘Are these my basoomas I see before me?’, I’m really sad that this fabulous series is over. It’s sad to one of my favourite series’ ending, even though it ended how I wanted it to end. I think that the ending has been left open and that Louise Rennison could pick up Georgia’s story again at any time. I really hope she does!
This is a series that everybody should read, and re-read. It’s brilliant! And, by the way, the cover is actaully gold; it looks so pretty on my shelf!