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Confessions of Georgia Nicolson #6-10 | Louise Rennison | Reviewed by Laura


This series of books retells Georgia's teenage years in the form of journal entries, not long and boring entries, but usually quite short, witty and entertaining entries which mostly detail what is going on in her head. Readers come to experience everyday events in her life but also how her brain is processing the information or rather how it's having a meltdown.

Carrying on from my previous review I thought I would review the final 5 books in this series.  They continue on much in the same way as the first 5 books, they continue with their humour, entertaining antidotes, love issues and beauty mishaps.

Georgia continues her quest to get through high school whilst having to deal with her ever embarrassing parents and surviving thanks to the support of the ace gang. she is still struggling with love and forever chasing the boy of her dreams whether that is Masimo, Robbie or Dave the laugh that is something you won't find out until the very end of the very last book. 

What I love about this series of books is that for me it didn't dip, everyone books was as good as the previous ones and I didn't get bored. When I first looked at this set of 10 books I thought by around book 6 it would get a bit samey and I'd end up giving up. Although there are bits (mostly when her and Jas are arguing) that you think this has been done before, it usually turns into another obscure situation that you wouldn't dream would happen. 

Highly entertaining set of YA fiction, I would definitely recommend even if you just want to relieve the 'stress' of those teenage years.


4/5 stars

This post was written by regular reviewer Laura, get to know her here.
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