Book 1 of the series. Class clown humor that made me snort unexpectedly a few times. Written as diary entries from the POV of a british schoolgirl. Georgia always seems to be surrounded by the weirdest people - her cat (Angus) is the size of a small pony and eats floor mats and terrorizes the neighbor's dog, her little sister hides her diapers in Georgia's bed, and her grandfather just speaks in non sequiturs (and that's just her family). Her best friend Jas is sometimes not the brightest girl and sarcasm just gets past her and the rest of the girls are similarly amusing. Georgia herself is rather silly - obssessed with certain features like her eyebrows (she shaved them off by mistake), her nose, her hair. Last but certainly not least is of course all the boys - particularly an older boy Georgia calls Sex God who Georgia is always trying to date. A fast read and not meant to be a serious book. A lot of british slang is used in the books, which some people may find annoying (I didn't), but there is a glossary at the end of the book which is amusing in itself to help. Fun!
Very cute and easy read. Enjoyable and made me laugh. A light read that is good if you are feeling down for sure!
Really funny--sort of a girl's Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13¾ or a YA Bridget Jones's Diary. Followed by Thats OK, I'm Wearing Really Big Knickers (US title: On the Bright Side, I'm Now the Girlfriend of a Sex God), Knocked Out by My Nunga-Nungas, Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants, and And That's When It Fell Off in My Hand (US title: Away Laughing on a Fast Camel). Confessions of Georgia Nicolson is an omnibus of the first two books; Further Confessions of Georgia Nicolson is an omnibus of the 3rd & 4th books. Read more at http://www.georgianicolson.com
Super cute and a fun read for adults and young girls. Trendy and funny without being vapid.
Hysterically funny, You might want to refrain from reading this one in public.