*This is also called “And That’s When It Fell Off in My Hand”*
4 / 5 stars
Goodreads description: The tres bon and marvy heroine of Louise Rennison’s Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series returns in this fifth fab diary that’s sure to get fans cheering — Italian-American style! This time around, Georgia’s lamenting the Sex God’s departure to Kiwi A-go-go Land, and she’s sure that her mouth will seal shut from lack of snogging. (Robbie’s boring letter doesn’t help her spirits, either.) But when Robbie’s old band, the Stiff Dylans, introduce a new lead singer — an utterly gorgey boy named Masimo — Georgia’s lips are ready for action. Will Georgia get an up-close-and-personal taste of the dear boy? After a few hilarious mishaps, her lip-nibbling future with Masimo doesn’t look bright, yet due to some masterful Horn advice from Dave the Laugh and a lucky twist of fate, Georgia might end up dreaming of spaghetti and hamburgers after all. Although the Sex God is out of the picture, Rennison fans won’t be disappointed with this installment that includes a new, drool-worthy stud and a totally surprising cliff-hanger. Like many of us girls, Georgia still hasn’t figured out boys, but with her knee-slapping adventures helping us out, we’re thankfully snickering the whole time.
So it’s the last day of this year and this is the last book I have read. Such a great end to a year.
I love this series because it’s so funny and witty and light. Perfect for my stressful life! I want to have Georgia as a friend because she’s so awesome.
I loved this book especially the new character, Masimo. He seems so nice and hot. Even though I still like Robbie and I want Georgia to be with him. I don’t like Dave the Laugh, I mean, I like him as her friend but not her boyfriend.
This was the funniest book in the whole series. When her boy entrancers got stuck together I laughed so much my sister in the other room was questioning my sanity.
I didn’t understand it that much because it’s written in British and even the normal English isn’t my mother tongue but I guess that makes it even more funnier. The glossary in the end is also hilarious and I loved it.
I ship Tom and Jas soo much. Jas is so cool and peaceful and so is Tom and they go so well together.
All in one, a quick and funny read for teens and even people who are of older age but are looking for something light to laugh along with 🙂
Away Laughing on a Fast Camel: http://www.bookdepository.com/Away-Laughing-on-Fast-Camel-Louise-Rennison/9780060589363