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New York Times best-selling author Louise Rennison's Georgia Nicolson series, hailed as Bridget Jones's Diary for teens, is an international phenomenon. Loaded with colorful British slang and the occasionally mad ravings of a teenage girl trying to find herself, each book provokes uncontrollable laughter.

Robbie the Sex God (yummy scrumboes) is Georgia's official boyfriend! Life should be fab and double cool with knobs. One problem, though. The Sex God is moving to Kiwi-a-gogo land to snog sheep. Distraught, Georgia decides to show extreme glaciosity to all boys. But then along comes the gorgey new Italian-American lead singer for the Stiff Dylans. Has the new Dream Boat landed?

Sure to make you feel marvy, Away Laughing on a Fast Camel is another hilarious entry in the infamous confessions of Georgia Nicolson.

©2004 Louise Rennison; (P)2004 Recorded Books, LLC.

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  • Bev
  • Alton, IL, USA
  • 09-06-07

Great

Georgia is my hero! I orginally purchased this series for my neice, now I listen to them as well. We both love her story!

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Ridiculous!

I don't know one person that actually speaks like this authors character. There is so much nonsense slang in the descriptions of the characters observations and thoughts and speech, that what she has the characters saying is way overdone to say the least. I couldn't get past the first 25 minutes of this book, and still don't understand what is happening in the story. Feeble attempts to make this book sound like our rendition of valley girl lingo but in a British format. Sorry to say that I had wasted a perfectly good credit on this book.

0 of 4 people found this review helpful