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Thursday, 23 June 2011

...And That's When It Fell Off In My Hand by Louise Rennison

On the Back of the Book

"So he didn't put hi s arm around you, so that's nil points so far. What kind of good-night kiss was it?"

"Well, you know, he put his lips on mine and-"

"For how long?"

"Er... about er two seconds."

"Two seconds??"

"Yes yes, how many more times?"

"He put his lips on yours for two seconds?"


"Well that's not a kiss, is it? My aunties do that."

Then I finally snapped. "Well that is because you have lezzie aunties - my aunties don't put their lips on mine."

"I have not got lezzie aunties!!"

My Thoughts

I have to say that two of my all time favourite moments of the series are contained within this book. For that reason alone, I think that this book is more than worht a read. Georgia's attempt to get over Robbie's departure to Kiwi-a-gogo land is fabulous. I love Georgia's misery, she's so dramatic with it. The only thing I love more is when she's hearing the call of the horn. Well whatever excuse makes you sleep at night.

The Luuurve God has landed! That's right ladies, form an orderly queue because the half Italian, half American, new lead singer of The Stiff Dylans, Masimo, has arrived in Georgia Land. I like Masimo more than I like Robbie, who was a bit too serious for my liking but he's still not as good as Dave the Laugh.

This is a return to form after 'Dancing In My Nuddy-Pants' which lacked something for me. This one is filled with moments where you either want to laghat Georgia or despair of her. It's the perfect thing to read on a miserable summer as it makes you all cheerful inside.

My Rating

5 stars - The best in the series so far. The only reason it took me so long to read it is because I had to keep stopping because I couldn't laugh any more. This book contains British humour at its best.

A Final Note

This book is called "Away Laughing On A Fast Camel" in Hamburger-a-gogo land (America) because "...And That's When It Fell Off In My Hand" was deemed to be too rude. Why? What are you naughty Americans thinking of?

  • Book summary from the back of the book
  • Image from Google

1 comment:

Thando (Tando) said...

im reading this book and so far its been amazing, and soo funny, i love it.Your an amazing writer, Keep it up!


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