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Then He Ate My Boy Entrancers: More Mad, Marvy Confessions of Georgia… (2005)

por Louise Rennison

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After trying to take Hamburgeragogoland, also known as the United States, by storm when her family vacations in Memphis, Tennessee, a British teen returns home to deal with the attentions of too many boys, weird parents, and mad cats.
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More mad and marvy adventures of Georgia Nicholson, and even more boy drama. Georgia goes as far as Hamburger-agogo land in her quest to get Massimo (though she is accompanied by her loon parents, sister, and uncle), but her glaciosity doesn't quite work. She manages to get Massimo to take her on a proper date, but he doesn't seem to want to give up seeing other girls. To complicate things furthr, Georgia gets a letter from Sex God #1 Robbie who claims he still likes her and thinks about her all the time, and Dave the Laugh is still hanging around. Georgia is very much on the rack of lurve adn she doesn't know who she should choose, or whether to maintain her manipulative ways, which seems to be the problem of girls the world over. The about whether to show your true colours is a tricky one, but Georgia eventually decides to give Massimo an ultimateum and confess that she can't handle being messed around anymore! You go girl! ( )
  JaimieRiella | Feb 25, 2021 |
These books are lots of fun and genuinely very funny in places.
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  Tara_Calaby | Jun 22, 2020 |
This series is fantastic, super funny and quick to read. ( )
  Linyarai | Feb 16, 2020 |
I discovered the Georgia Nicholson series by Louise Rennison many years ago with the first in the series, Angus, Thongs, and Full Frontal Snogging. To meet Georgia is to love her, even if she is mouthy and chock full of teenaged attitude. In this installment, Georgia is as boy crazy as ever. Robbie, the Sex God of previous books is in New Zealand so Georgia has changed her focus to Masimo, the gorgeous Italian-American boy (the Luuurve God) who can't seem to decide between Georgia and Wet Lindsay. He's visiting America and his family there when the book opens so it's terrifically exciting when Georgia's dad announces that they too are going to Hamburger-a-gogo land for a car show.

Georgia is her usual funny, snarky self on the brief trip to Memphis with her family and best friend Jas. She's as demeaning as ever towards her parents and her friends. And the secondary characters continue to let her ride roughshod over them, somewhat inexplicably. Jas is so wrapped up in boyfriend Tom and his trip to New Zealand that she is occasionally oblivious to Georgia's continual crises over Masimo and the state of their maybe relationship. Dave the Laugh is there for Georgia with friendship and advice when she needs him although she can't see what else he's offering her. Basically, Georgia's still self-centered, annoying, and a stereotypical teenager but since she's fictional, she's as entertaining as all get out. If she was real (and my child), I might have to smack her spoiled, selfish little self with a shovel. As she's not, I'm looking forward to the next installment in the series to see if she's grown up any and how she's handling the small bit of self-knowledge she comes to by the end of the story. ( )
  whitreidtan | Jul 26, 2013 |
I really luuuurve this series. Rennison captures what it's like to be a spazzy young teenage girl. The trip in the middle of the book to Hamburgeragogoland was very funny. The whole thing with Massimo reminds me of something I nearly went through (though as a freshman in college). I opted instead for my version of Dave the Laugh. ( )
  pussreboots | Apr 3, 2013 |
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