Georgia's parents are planning a trip to Hamburger-a-go-go land (America), which Georgia thinks is an idea of true fabulosity. Masimo, the Italian rock 'n' roll singer and Luuurve God of the Universe, is also stateside. Of course, America is rather big, and Georgia doesn't exactly know where Masimo is. It will take true sex-kitten composure for her to land her man, and composure is hardly her strong suit.
With more hilariosity than a bobby can shake a truncheon at, Then He Ate My Boy Entrancers is sure to please.
©2005 Louise Rennison; (P)2005 HarperCollins Publishers, Ltd, London, UK
I am a 28 year old woman who never, ever misses a Georgia Nicholson book. Tho I reside in Hamburger-a-gogo, I have always enjoyed British humor and Louise Rennison's Georgia Nicholson series is top notch. Told in a diary format, from the pov of a 15(?) year old-girl, this is truly a timeless story/series that will appeal to women and girls of all ages. From the first book, Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging, we are introduced to a feisty heroine who is trying to cope with school, boys and her changing body. From then to now, Georgia has entertained me with her "brit-speak", her musings on her crazy family and her school life. Reading said musings often have me laughing out loud--i mean loud, raucous laughter that makes people look at me strangely. This series is perfect for teenage girls or anyone who wants to remember their teenage years! The only negative is that the books are generally short(ish), and there are long waits in between books, which means I have to go without my Georgia fix. I am thrilled that this book was offered through Audibles and hopefully others in the series are forthcoming.
I think I got confused ordering this, not realizing it was a series and this one was several into it. However I did find the narrator a little grating for the short I listened to it.
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