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Dancing In My Nuddy Pants by Louise Rennison

November 9, 2007

Title: Dancing in my Nuddy Pants

Author: Louise Rennison

Number of Pages: 206.
Rating: 3 out of 5.

It was: blawsome.    
Fourth book in Georgia Nicolson series. To me, this book was semi-good. They are declining. Maybe it’s because I remember what is gonna happen in the story (I’ve read these before) or I don’t know. But whatever it is, I am finding the story rather whatever.
The storyline went along about Georgia now being the official girlfriend of the Sex God, Robbie. She is very happy. She is ecstatic that now she can see him at his gigs and “show herself off.” The question is… if she is so happy about this then why does she keep kissing Dave the Laugh “accidentally”? She discovers she has a big red bottom (not literally), like Naomi the sex minx kitty. She stops asking herself if to go with Dave or Robbie as she picks Robbie. She doesn’t tell Robbie much and gets jelloid in the knees when she’s around him. Is that how its supposed to be when you’re with your boyfriend? Georgia doesn’t believe so… Mrs. Rennison does give you clues on that she has feelings for Dave (and therefore has the General Horn[read the book to understand]).
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Dave the L is still going out with Ellen though. He is only doing so because he feel sorry and terminently breaks up with her. That is when everything goes upside down. Robbie reveals that he isn’t on the path to become a popstar anymore, he is going to Kiwi-a-go-go-land(!) for a year to some ecological thing,leaving Georgia. Very sad, Georgia goes into depression mode. Robbie and her “break up” because of his moving away. Georgia begins to look at things in a different way, maybe God (yes, she still believes in him… not Buddha) did this so she could use her red bottom wisely and have the General or Cosmic Horn proudly. She and Dave kiss a couple more times. She travels to France and sorta likes her French teacher (RED-BOTTOM ALERT!) She is captain of the hockey team (haha Wet Lindsay), but it gets taken away from her when she was trying to cheer Rosie up because her boyfriend (Sven) is leaving to Sweden for a month. More trouble at home with the new kitties, Mutti and Vati are mad at each other for a while, Libby makes things out of tampons. Normal things.

I look forward to reading the next book since I have not read it before. However, I want her to get with Dave… he seems like a very good guy. He’s good looking and she can ACTUALLY speak sense with him. I know Masimo is coming up soon(I read the 6th book) so yeah.
Yummy scrumboes. Very necessary to continue the story. Not horrible.

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Knocked Out By My Nunga-Nungas by Louise Rennison

November 6, 2007

Title: Knocked Out by my Nunga-Nungas

Author: Louise Rennison
Number of Pages: 173.
Rating: 3 out of 5.

It was: blawsome.

I liked the installment to the second book (scroll down to see review). Georgia keeps at it. She is now officially going out with the Sex God, Robbie (well not OFFICIALLY, but she’s still “with him”). More about Angus with the minx kitten from across the road, Naomi who is pregnant… it cannot be Angus’ kitties because he got his you-know-what taken care of. Libby sleeping with her parade of animals in Georgia’s bed. The ace gang doing normal funny business with their berets, Jas becoming irritating like always. Robbie’s band is getting signed (in America –Hamburger-a-go-go land) so Georgia says she will get nose reduction done and be famous at backup-dancing.The only exception in this book is that someone comes back… DAVE THE LAUGH! (As you may recall, he was Georgia’s Red Herring to get Robbie.) Throughout the book she keeps saying he is good-looking, etc. She becomes like Naomi and kisses him! Multiple times! Accidentally, in her terms, but still. One problem is that she has a boyfriend (Robbie) and another is that Dave the L is going out with her friend, Ellen. But she can’t help it. She is a nymphowhatsit. Her nunga-nungas keep growing also, and school is the same (with a new hottie French teacher–she really is growing a GREAT big red bottom), all the characters from past books are compiled into a good 3rd book. I can admit I did not laugh quite as much as the second or first(I think the best one), but the story flowed.    

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Easy by Kerry Cohen Hoffmann

November 3, 2007

Title: Easy

Author: Kerry Cohen Hoffmann
Number of Pages: 163.
Rating: 5 out of 5.

It was: awesome!  One of the best books I’ve read in a while. Who doesn’t like attention? Jessica lives with her mom and sister, Anne. Her mom is always crying and making people feel bad that her Dad left her for another woman, Dana. Jessica likes a boy in class who always just uses her sexually and doesn’t care about her emotionally, but she begs on for more because it does get her attention. Meanwhile, she meets a man named Ted, who gives her ALL the attention she wants. Jessica, an aspiring photographer, has a self-portrait due for a contest in 3 months.

She gets lost in her life, with her mother being how she is, her dad and Dana planning on getting married, Anne caring about her mother even if she doesn’t get it back. She has no one to take care for HER and she has no one to make her feel wanted. She tries finding herself, it takes a while but it happens. She ditched her friend Tiffany when she was going through the same thing on being called the school tramp. At the end of the book, she is the strongest. She gets her life together and she meets a boy, Cory, who seems to want to in the future care about her, oh and he’s a photographer too. I like the ending, its very happy… just like I like them.

 

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The Bermudez Triangle by Maureen Johnson

November 2, 2007

Title: The Bermudez Triangle

Author: Maureen Johnson
Number of Pages: 370.
Rating: 2 ½ out of 5.

It was: blah.   

Eh… good book overall. It is about three best friends: Nina, Avery, & Mel. During junior year summer, Nina leaves off to Stanford camp and she meets Steve, however at the end of the camp they won’t be able to see each other for a year. During that time, Avery and Mel get close. I mean REALLY close. When Nina returns, she doesn’t know what has been going on for two months. During the school year, Avery becomes weirded out about the whole “lesbian” thing because she says she isn’t gay, Mel says she’s known all along. Meanwhile, Nina and Steve seem to be doing good, until Steve randomly dumps Nina for another girl. Nina gets crushed on by a friend of Mel’s at work named Parker. She wants Steve, she wants Parker, she wants other guys… she becomes self-conscious because rumors spread about her friends being gay.

It was pretty long and not that good for the first about 200 pages. Then so many twists happened that my mouth was open quite literally a lot. I’ve never read a story like this (having to do with lesbians) and it was pretty good. The story is good, not great though. I dislike third-person, it took me a while to get into the habit of it. There was a lot of characters also. Many things were left unanswered like Nina & Steve or Nina & Parker? But I learned a new view on various things.