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Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging

Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging is a YA contemporary humor novel, and the first of the Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, by Louise Rennison.

A long time ago I read And Then He Ate My Boy Entrancers, which is the 6th book in this series, as I had won it in a contest. Even though it was smack dab in the middle of the series I was immensely entertained and I am FINALLY getting the chance to read ALL the books in the series in correct order.

Georgia is your average fourteen-year-old girl in England – nothing abnormal to see here.

Yeah, right.

Her cat Angus’s favorite pastime is to round up the neighbors small dogs and terrorize them.

Her little three-year-old sister is at times adorable and other times pees in her room. In fact, there could be pee somewhere in her room right now.

And, finally, upon deciding her eyebrows were furry terrors, she accidentally shaved them off.

Whoops!

But then she meets the Sex God – dazzling, older boy that makes her heart a-tremble.

Shall he make this the most gorgey year EVER?!?!?

Absolutely. Frickin’. HILARIOUS!

Seriously, Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging is laugh-out-loud funny!

With a charismatic, slightly crazy, new word creator for a narrator – the books are her diaries – and an energetic, fun, entertaining, deliciously light tone, this book has an easy, addictive narrative flow!

Plus, the characters! THE CHARACTERS, PEOPLE!!!

Absolutely. Frickin’. HILARIOUS!!!

Fantastically, ludicrously drawn they are often unsympathetic, definitely immature and just flat-out giggle-tastic!

Keep in mind, despite our protagonist’s young age, the healthy British humor in Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging is often raunchy – and I won’t deny it won me over!

No preaching. No lessons.

Pure amusement!

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