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Knocked Out By My Nunga-Nungas (2006)

Knocked Out by My Nunga-Nungas (2006)
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3.97 of 5 Votes: 3
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0064473627 (ISBN13: 9780064473620)
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Knocked Out By My Nunga-Nungas (2006)
Knocked Out By My Nunga-Nungas (2006)

About book: 4 Stupid & Hilarious StarsAnd I knocked down the third book of this series. I'm going a little fast with these books, but its because no matter how kind of stupid they, I cannot put them down. Always laughing at her crazyness and I have even absorb some slang of her. Sacré bloody bleu!"As I went through the door Angus made a desperate bid for freedom. He was fastened to the kitchen table leg, but that didn't stop him. He dragged the table along with him. It really made me laugh, because one minute Mum was eating her cornies on the table and the next minute the table and cornies were gone."ANGUS! I swear that cat is even crazier than his owner, Georgia. It is a full character that it wouldn't surprise me if sometime it has lines and full on scenes. No matter how he is, Georgia loves him and we can see that he (on his way) loves her. And NO matter that Vati cut his cat parts, he is going to be a father!!!"He says,'Well, I'm off then. I'm away laughing on a fast camel,'" And she absolutely pissed herself laughing. What is the matter with her?The situation of Georgia in this book pissed me off a little, because she's been rambling about SG [sex god] from first book and NOW she is having second thoughts? Oh, please, Georgia, leave the poor Dave the Laugh away laughing on a fast camel and keep living your life with SG, because thats what you wanted.“Dad leapt over the garden wall instead of going through the gate. Sadly he didn‘t do himself a severe injury, and so he lives to embarrass me to death another day.”Of course, Georgia's family still cuckoo-cuckoo. Her dad is crazier than ever, but thank God her mom is more "normal". She isn't really paying too much attention to Georgia, but at least isn't bothering her. A question: Why does Libby keeps going from weird to weirder (if thats a word)? I mean, she is growing, so why not (at least) potty train her. Btw, about growing up... Is Georgia still 14yo? Because at least a year and a half has passed and she still 14? Damn! These books make me dumb, but then again laughing away on a fast camel in a nippy noodles day and dancing in my nuddy pants!

Do you like books about relationships well here is a book about it. In my opinion I think it is a good book to read because Georgia's dad wants them to move to Scotland but the boy Georgia likes wants her back and also she thinks one of her classmates are going out with David. The setting of the book is in school because it talks about them being in a classroom and talking about who they like. Georgia wanted to stay in her town but her dad wants them to move to Scotland so she keeps on telling her dad to not move and finally he says there not moving then shes happy because she gets to she the boy she likes and she finds out he likes her. The conflict is person vs person because Georgia and the boy she likes are talking together and also she and her dad are talking about them moving. The main character problem was that she wanted to stay because she liked the boy and also because she wanted to she her bestfriend. My favorite part of the book was when her bestfriend and the boy she likes were talking together and she started getting nervous because she was talking to him. A major event that changed the character was when she started liking the boy because she mostly would always talk about him and her bestfriend would get mad because she would talk about him everyday. I was surprised when Georgia's dad said they would move because Georgia would have missed her bestfriend and the boy she likes but then she tells her dad to not move so then her dad finally says they will stay. I will give this book 3 because I that it was pretty good how the author talks about how she really likes her bestfriend and if shed moved she would pf missed her. I would recommend this book to people who like to read books about relationships.So now you now a little about this book and if you ever read it then you would a little stuff about what will happen in the book.
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Kim Valentine
I did not like this book because it is about a teenage girls diary that does not have a hook to keep me interested in reading more. After reading 15 pages, I could not get interested in the book. It seems to be random writing without a story to it. There are 10 pages of definitions to made-up words used by the main character, Georgia who is a teenage in England writing in her diary. Why would I want to look up made-up words to understand what is going on in the diary? It is a banned book because it is crud in the ways Georgia writes in her diary about here daily life. Maybe this would appeal to some people but this book does not appeal to me.Genre: Fantasy FictionGrades: 6-8
Christina
I got a real kick out of these funny, honest, unsentimental YA books. I would have loved (and I mean LOVED) them in high school. They're written as the diary of a British girl named Georgia, and she covers all the drama, hilarity, embarassment, etc., of the high school years, only with a delightful Englishness. Really fun, reeeeeeally amusing. I don't imagine they'd meet with much approval from the parents of American teenagers, though- Georgia is pretty frank (even crude- she's a teenager after all) about matters of anatomy, and she's very cheeky and disrespectful of adults. I wasn't bothered, though- I think those kinds of things are what give it an honest ring. It was hard for me to believe that Georgia's voice was actually written by an adult. Here's an excerpt, the opening of the first book:"Dad had Uncle Eddie round, so naturally they had to come and see what I was up to. If Uncle Eddie (who is bald as a coot) says to me one more time, 'Should Bald Heads be Buttered?' I may kill myself. He doesn't seem to realize that I no longer wear romper suits. I feel like yelling at him, 'I am fourteen year old, I wear a bra! OK, it's a bit on the loose side and does ride up round my neck if I run for the bus... but the womanly potential is there, you bald coot!'Talking of breasts, I'm worried that I may end up like the rest of the women in my family, with just the one bust, like a sort of shelf affair. Mum can balance things on hers when her hands are full- at parties, and so on, she can have a sandwich and a drink and save a snack for later by putting it on her shelf. It's very unattractive."
Beth
The first book was refreshing and funny, soured only by continous lesbian bashing. The second book was decidedly less so, and by this third installment, I am personally quite sick of listening to materialistic, shallow and self-centered Brit Georgia Nicholson whine about her parents, friends, and school. Even the subplot - Angus' courting of the neighbors' cat is so out of control Georgia's dad threatens to have him spayed - is not funny.In Knocked Out, Georgia, having recently hooked up with an older Sex God, is abducted by her parents on a family vacation to Scotland, which she refers to as Och Aye land and insults with her usual brand of dramatic sarcasm. Upon her return, she cheats on her new boyfriend by snogging the guy she used as bait to make the first boyfriend jealous, and debates her decision to date a hot but unavailable older guy versus a funny available boy who obviously likes her IN SPITE of the fact she blatantly used him in the last book. When Dave the Laugh tells her she has to choose, she is in a quandary for all of a DAY before deciding she will find a way to have both. UGH. She is a thoroughly despicable character. Still, the Printz award stamp on book one and the fact that the prequels were popular will make this a likely choice for most libraries.
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