SUMMARY FROM GOODREADS:
As I was going out of my bedroom door I remembered my nungas. Perhaps I should take some precautions to keep them under strict control. Maybe bits of Sellotape on the ends of them to keep them from doing anything alarming? I'd like to trust them, but they are very unreliable.
The irrepressible heroine of the Michael L. Printz Honor Book Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging is back, and funnier than ever! Georgia has finally landed Robbie the Sex God, but he's never around, and Georgia's ex, Dave the Laugh, is starting to look quite dreamy. Strangely, so does just about every other guy Georgia meets, even the new French teacher.
In this third installment of Georgia's hilarious confessions, Georgia's "red bottomosity" is out of control! Whatever will happen next?
I rarely reread books, but since the last book I read was quite emotionally heavy, I felt like I needed a good laugh.
In Knocked Out by My Nunga-Nungas, Georgia shares what her life with her crazy family and friends, as well as her relationship with the SG.
It's nice to see that even after all these years, I still find Georgia funny. She's quite frank and a bit self-absorbed, but in an entertaining way.
Her brand of humor can feel a little mean sometimes, but her remarks and observations are still funny for the most part. She's the type of person who will say out loud what everyone else is thinking, although thankfully, most of the time, she just keeps it to herself.
If that's your sort of thing, you should definitely check this series out.
- Georgia is funny.
- She seems like she could easily be your friend.
- The other characters are interesting.
- Georgia can be mean sometimes.
READ IT IF:
- You are looking for a good laugh.
- You have ever liked two guys at the same time.
- You like people who tell it like it is.