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Get to the bottom oo er of this Dave the Laugh spontaneous puckering business once and for all It's like they always say If you snog a mate in the forest of red bottomosity and no one is around to see it is he still a mate Or is he somethin. I m glad that I ve finally finished this series and in a way I m pleased that Georgia and Dave got together but I do sort of feel like I wasted some time with these books When I started reading them at the age of 12 I really enjoyed them and they do still have some amusing moments in them but the last three books have just been repetitive OTT immature ramblings Maybe it s that I m too old for these books now but thinking about it I never behaved like Georgia and her friends when I was 15 and that s probably why I find it hard to sympathise with her Originally she was a fun amusing character but now she rather annoys me as do her friends in fact about 90% of the stuff in this book made me roll my eyes Although there were a few moments that made me giggle I was seriously unimpressed and am uite glad that this series has finally come to an end 410

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Ing Georgia all aloney on her owney again All because Dave the Laugh tried to do fisticuffs at dawn with himTwo boys fighting over Georgia It's almost as romantic as Romeo and Juliet though perhaps a touch less tragicIt's time for Georgia to. I have an apology to makeDear man on the train I am so sorry that I sniggered I saw your face fall and I know it appeared that I was sniggering at you but honestly I wasn t I was sniggering at Georgia Nicholson I would like to extend this apology to all the other people who suffered my laughter and snorts and silent shaking On the train Oh and the busI can be a book snob I admit it For someone whose MA is and eventual PhD will be in children s literature you d think I was mroe open minded For years I have dismissed Louise Rennison as a writer of chick lit for kids trash for teens but Basoomas made me realise that I have only been punishing myself with such stupidnosityGeorgia Nicholson is a superb creation Witty articulate naughty and prone to ein Bisschen Deutsch when necessary she is everything my high school friends were but cooler I actually cried with laughter at her having to slow down her walk to a shuffle in order to avoid overtaking her father s Robin Reliant Whole acts of Romeo and Juliet and forever stamped for me with Georgia s ridiculous drama teacherI liked everything about this book I liked the character of Georgia and her not very good best friend Jas I liked her Italian Stallion Masimo and I loved Dave the Laugh Every time he appeared I cackled with glee like a grown up Libby I would recommend this book selectively but with great enjoyment Revenge Of Valkyrie up Libby I would recommend this book selectively but with great enjoyment

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A bit early to get swoony knickers but I have got them onFor Georgia the things change the they stay the same Just when she thought she was the official one and only girlfriend of Masimo he's walked off into the night with the full hump leav. I am not exactly sure what it says about me that I love these books so much In fact I would actually be embarrassed to try to convince many of my reading friends to even give them a go What would I say these are books about a 15 year English old girl who does a lot of stupid stuff makes fun of her teachers and parents and making out with fit boys is her main goal in life Plus some jokes are REALLY non PC First Georgia Nicholson book received a Printz Honor in 2001 but it would have never gotten even the slightest acknowledgement now due to its lezzietransvestitehomosexualist jokes And yet Louise Rennison humor really works for me Rereading Georgia s adventures in love have been a bright highlight during these bleak days politics wiseAlso RIP Louise Such a tragedy I am still mourning Original reviewIt is with deep sadnosity I am writing this review I am sad not because the book has disappointed me Not at all Are These My Basoomas I See Before Me is deffo up to Rennison s usual standards of hilariosity But knowing that this is the last book gives me an actual nervy b But back to the review for nowMasimo is having a megahump with Gee after seeing her twisting with Dave the Laugh Georgia s Hornmeister and an occasional snog partner at the end of the previous book Gee is determined to get the Luuurve God back She employs all weapons available to her layers of lippy and mascara newly acuired maturosity and of course the Hormeister s useful advice and assistance Will Georgia get back her Italian Stallion Will she end up all aloney on her owney Or maybe Dave the Tart will finally become something than a matey type mate You ll just have to read and find out for yourselfOnce again the book is a great larf Rennison s comic genius is undeniable The ending is satisfying and logical we can t really expect any kind of maturosity from 15 year old Georgia and this is le fact I wish it weren t this abrupt and I wish I got to see some of the Hormeister but I ll just have to live with it I guessI can t really believe the series is over Oh how I am going to miss the Ace gang Angus and Gordy vati and mutti the lurve gods and even Jas s unruly fringe and Monica s humongous nungas Reading challenge 1 R


10 thoughts on “Are These My Basoomas I See Before Me?

  1. says:

    SUCH a great conclusion to a hilarious series I think it ended just a tad too abruptly but it was the funniest mos

  2. says:

    Ah there's nothing like a bit of Georgia Nicholson silliness to cheer me up I love that Louise Rennison's books are still funny the third time you read them I could actually just sit here uoting awesomely hilarious lines to you instead of writing a review I thought about itWhat should I say? These books never fail to make me laug

  3. says:

    I am not exactly sure what it says about me that I love these books so much In fact I would actually be embarrassed to try to convince many of my reading friends to even give them a go What would I say these are books about a 15 year English old girl who does a lot of stupid stuff makes fun of her teachers and parents and making out with f

  4. says:

    HORRRRNNNNI struggle a bit with how to rate this one since 5 stars I enjoyed every blessed moment of it But 3 4 stars as far as serie

  5. says:

    So I've come to the end of the series from my teenage yearsI can honestly say I love this series and it never fail

  6. says:

    I have an apology to makeDear man on the train I am so sorry that I sniggered I saw your face fall and I know it appeared that I was sniggering at you but honestly I wasn't I was sniggering at Georgia Nicholson I would like to extend this apology to all the other people who suffered my laughter and snorts and si

  7. says:

    I am full of sadnosity that this series has ended butI lurved the ending True to form Georgia’s mad sham of a life is filled with hilariosity ridiculousness beards lippy half Scottish Wildcat fiasco’s and tarts and cakes galore

  8. says:

    I'm glad that I've finally finished this series and in a way I'm pleased that Georgia and Dave got together but I do sort of feel like I wasted some time with these books When I started reading them at the age of 12 I really enjoyed them and they do still have some amusing moments in them but the last three books have just been repetitive OTT immature ramblings Maybe it's that I'm too old for these books now but thinking about it I never

  9. says:

    SoGeorgia Nicolson concludes her storyEpic read of the century for mehilariousity packed and so onFirst of allfeel free to call me utterly bonkers because I felt like crying when I finishedMaybe it was the boyfriend thingbut a major reason was merely that it endedIt feels like Georgia's story was my story or somethingOr that she was

  10. says:

    I'm glad this is the last book in the series It's not that I don't love Georgia Nicholson it's that this book felt a litt

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