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Saturday, April 28, 2012

Review: Knocked Out by My Nunga-Nungas by Louise Rennison

Publication Date: 3/4/2003
Publisher: HarperTeen
Pages: 173
Format: Paperback
Source: Purchased
Challenge: TBR Challenge 2012

Goodreads Summary:

As I was going out of my bedroom door I remembered my nungas. Perhaps I should take some precautions to keep them under strict control. Maybe bits of Sellotape on the ends of them to keep them from doing anything alarming? I'd like to trust them, but they are very unreliable.
The irrepressible heroine of the Michael L. Printz Honor Book "Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging" is back, and funnier than ever Georgia has finally landed Robbie the Sex God, but he's never around, and Georgia's ex, Dave the Laugh, is starting to look quite dreamy. Strangely, so does just about every other guy Georgia meets, even the new French teacher.
In this third installment of Georgia's hilarious confessions, Georgia's "red bottomosity" is out of control. Whatever will happen next?

Oh my goodness, this series can’t get any more hilarious! Georgia is apparently a sex-crazed 14-year old.  She has an older boyfriend, but seems to find her ex more and more thrilling.  Of course, every guy she meets looks better and better.  Georgia doesn’t know what to do with herself anymore.  She is constantly finding every guy she meets dreamy, and her best-friend doesn’t really understand.  She is too in love with her own boyfriend to really get it. 

I really enjoy reading the “diary” of Georgia.  She seems like most young teenage girls (except for the sex crazy part).  The experiences she goes through are hilarious, and her relationship with the rest of her family is an interesting one.  Georgia is growing up and finding out more about her ever-changing teenage body.  The things that she does to “contain” things are interesting.  Once again, if you like the Jessica Darling series you should take a look into this one.  This is number three in the series.  I find these books to be great for those times when I’ve read so many books that are serious or “downers” that I need something to pick me up and give me a fresh start.  Another great read!

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