Away Laughing on a Fast Camel: Even More Confessions of Georgia Nicolson

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HarperCollins, May 25, 2004 - Fiction - 276 pages
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Bedroom
7:00 p.m.

I am so depressed and bored I may even have to do some homework. My new address is:

Georgia Nicolson
Crap House
Crapton-on-Sea
Crapshire
Crapland

Just when the Sex God becomes Georgia’s official boyfriend, he decides to go off and snog sheep in Kiwi-a-gogo land, taking her heart with him. Georgia decides to display extreme glaciosity to all boys -- after all, a girl can only have her heart broken so many times.

Until, ohmygiddygodstrousers, she meets Masimo, the new Italian-American lead singer for the Stiff Dylans band. The Dreamboat has landed -- again -- and Georgia is away laughing on a fast camel (whatever that means)!

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Review: Away Laughing on a Fast Camel (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson #5)

User Review  - Erin Crawford - Goodreads

The book I have is titled "... and then it fell off into my hand." Read full review

Review: Away Laughing on a Fast Camel (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson #5)

User Review  - Geniece - Goodreads

Not as funny as some of the other books in the series but still a pretty good read! My favorite character in this installment is Dave the Laugh...as the name implies he cracked me up! Read full review

About the author (2004)

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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