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Knocked Out By My Nunga-Nungas

Knocked Out By My Nunga-Nungas is the third entry in the sidesplitting contemporary YA series Confessions of Georgia Nicolson by Louise Rennison.

As always with a series, it’s best to read the books in order and best not to read the reviews until you’ve read the prior book. Therefore… YOU’VE BEEN WARNED.

After a rather disastrous attempt to make Sex God Robbie jealous after he broke things off between them due to her “being too young”, they are now officially an item.

But yet again her family of crazy people are determined to ruin everything.

Why not a sudden vacation in Scotland?!

Um, maybe because there’s nothing to do but look at old men in kilts and hang out with the young crowd in a GROCERY STORE?!?!?

But upon return home, Georgia is struck with an odd revelation.

Though she is in Snog Heaven with gorgeous Robbie, her prior only-dated-to-make-Robbie-jealous flame Dave the Laugh is looking marvelous.

Not to mention their attractive new French teacher.

Apparently, Georgia is becoming a brazen harlot!

Well, maybe that’s what Scotland does to you…

What can I say that I have not already?!?

Knocked Out By My Nunga-Nungas is yet again laugh-out-loud funny and entertaining from the first to last page without pause.

I love that we’re exploring other romantic interests (hellooooo Dave the Laugh!) and that Georgia is experiencing some mixed feelings – makes for more amusement and fun!

If you’ve already started this series, then I really don’t know what I can say that can convince you more to read Knocked Out By My Nunga-Nungas, as I figure you’re already hunting it down with a determined focus and don’t need me to convince you.

I’ll leave you with the single note I wrote when reading this third book:

“Awesome. Frickin’ HILARIOUS!”

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