Angus, Thongs and Full-frontal Snogging: Confessions of Georgia Nicolson

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Scholastic, 2001 - Diaries - 201 pages
1227 Reviews
Move over Bridget Jones, Georgia is master of the witty entry, the sharp observation and the hapless panic of a teenager at the mercy of hormones and a life gone mad. Georgia's chaotic lifestyle, drama and crises will be familiar to all teenagers.

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I loved Georgia and i think the ending is great. - Goodreads
I just hate diary format when it comes to writing. - Goodreads
I enjoyed the funny dialogue and fast paced plot. - Goodreads
Still, good for boys doing "opposition research" ;) - Goodreads
They're light, funny and easy to read. - Goodreads
... and it has a little love story in it. - Goodreads

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Slow start, but gets better towards the end. Read full review

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So light it's almost not there, but extremely funny epistolary novel that is like a younger version of Bridget Jones. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
31
Section 3
47
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Author and comedian Louise Rennison grew up in Leeds, England and Wairakei, New Zealand. She took a Performing Arts course in Brighton and eventually created a one-woman autobiographical show, Stevie Wonder Felt My Face, which won awards at the Edinburgh Festival and was made into a television special. As a result of the show's success, she started writing for a London newspaper and was eventually offered a book deal. She is the author of the Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series about the exploits of a teenage girl and her best friends. Her other shows include Bob Marley's Gardener Sold My Friend and Never Eat Anything Bigger Than Your Head.

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