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And That's When It Fell Off in My Hand (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson #5)

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4.07 of 5 stars 4.07  ·  rating details  ·  14,066 ratings  ·  323 reviews
Brilliantly funny, teenage angst author Louise Rennison's fifth book about the confessions of crazy but lovable Georgia Nicolson. Louise will be a star on the HarperCollins teenage list. "11. 20a. m. This is my fabulous life: the Sex God left for Whakatane last month and he has taken my heart with him. 11. 25a. m. Not literally of course otherwise there would be a big hole ...more
Hardcover, 269 pages
Published June 7th 2004 by Collins (first published January 3rd 2004)
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Tatiana
Robbie, the Sex God, is off to Kiwi-a-go-go land to snog sheep and write songs good for slitting one's wrists to, and Georgia is full of sadnosity, so much so that she even gets to #8 with Mark Big Gob (good grief!). But do not fear, the new Lurve God is on the horizon - half-Italian/half-American Masimo with a fancy purse in his hand. Let the hunt begin!

Wednesday March 9th
bathroom
8:30 am

Oh fabulous, I have a lurking lurker on my cheek. The painters are due in this week and that is probably why
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Kiera Beddes
Genre: teenage angst, coming of age, relationships, etc
Summary: more confessions, same story, same characters. Oh, excuse me, there is a new character, Massimo, the new lead singer of the Stiff Dylans. Of course, he's creamy dreamy, of course Georgia falls madly in love, but whenever she is around him, all she can think of is...nothing. Her mind goes out the window. Fortunately, Dave the Laugh is there to coach her in the ways of getting a man. And of course, whenever they are together, they mus
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Heather
The hilariosity continues as Georgia attempts to wade through her sham of a life and broken heartidness. Just when she begins to fear that she will have to become a lezzie, Georgia meets the Italian Stallion, Masimo, new lead singer of the Stiff Dylans. After three books, Away laughing on a fast camel takes readers back to Angus's roots with laugh out loud wit and charm.

In this installment, Georgia will have make you laugh till you cry with boy entrancer fiascos, mounting up to number 8, and wit
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Alexa Vazquez
Have you ever wondered how it is to be in high school with all the drama and comedy? Away Laughing On A Fast Camel by Louise Rennison is a book filled with both drama and comedy. This realistic fiction book is great if you love to hear secrets only best friends will know.

In the story Georgia Nicolson is always hanging out in her room. She's always thinking up ideas on how to get the likes to like her. She comes up with the craziest ideas like putting on fake eyelashes and tons of glue on them th
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Hilary
Fabbity Fab! It is fun to spend time with Georgia, as always!! I enjoyed this installment just as much as the previous ones, if not more! This series reads like episodes of a light hearted sitcom. Some of the situations that Georgia gets herself into are full of hilariosity, but still very believable. The writing is just very easy to read, and just FUN! This one ended with a cliff hanger (again) and more of a cliff hanger than usual, in my opinion. I already have book 6 lined up. I don't usually ...more
Mindy
Actual rating = 3.5 stars

I enjoy this series. This one seemed to return to what I found fun in the first two books of the series. Georgia and her group of friends crack me up, however, the funniest character is her cat Angus.
Christina
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Amanda
This is such an incredibly funny and honest series of books. Even on the re-read I found myself laughing out loud at parts. It is intriguing that a heroine as self-centered as Georgia can be so endearing, but it's hard not to love her even when she is acting an utter prat. I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a quick read and an easy laugh.
Carly
I checked this out from the library only to take a glance at the first page and realize I had already read it. These Georgia Nicolson books are like malted milk balls. They're delicious, but you forget how many you've eaten because they all taste the same.
Primadonna
Hilarious!

Georgia is a selfish brat yet I can't help laughing at her view about the world.

Indonesian translator has done a good job. Thanks to her, I use the words "departemen pipis nipis", "nunga-nunga", "put-put", "centil pentil" daily.

Kat
The sex god has flown off to 'kiwi-a-go-go' land, and Georgia is all alone. Well...all alone surrounded by fitties. Now that Robbie's gone, Georgia feels bored and heartbroken. But it doesn't take long before she explores her options with other boys. Dave the Laugh's got a new girlfriend named Rachel. But he continues to make Georgia's lips crave a snog and some lip-nibbling. And now there's Masimo, the new lead singer for The Stiff Dylans and an Italian hottie who makes Georgia go all jelloid.

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Nicole-Anne Keyton
This fifth installment in the hilarious Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series is yet another brilliant burst of "hilariosity", filled with classic teenage girl troubles, the suffix "-osity" that follows words like "wisdom" and "hilarious", British slang, and boys. Although Georgia thinks poorly of herself and is always putting herself down about her beauty, she still manages to attract numerous boys, and she often ends up in a "snog-fest". This annoys me greatly because there are girls who thin ...more
Jordyn!
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Jay
I'm getting old, aren't I? I can tell this would be the sort of book I probably would have enjoyed if I were ten years younger, but, uh, I think I'm just too old now.

I think it's the style of the book and the language that threw me. For one thing, the book is written in a diary style (March 1st 1:15 PM, April 5th 12:15 AM and so on), but it's also written as though it's occurring at that moment. So is Georgia just whipping out her diary at every moment or what? How incredibly annoying. Furtherm
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Marija
Oh boy! The pairing of Molto Masimo and the Robin Reliant—Mr. Bean’s car nemesis—is so wacky and crazy. How bleak can these stories get? It’s perfect! I love reading about all of the love troubles in this book. Even Angus isn’t safe and has to fight for “Naomi against her new suitor, Manky… [Naomi’s new] bit of rougher.”

Favorite moment:

“So my eyes stayed shut. They were glued together. I kept trying to open my eyes but couldn’t. In sheer desperadoes I said, ‘Oh I love this one.’ And started wobb
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Kris
3 STARS

"Brilliantly funny, teenage angst author Louise Rennison's fifth book about the confessions of crazy but lovable Georgia Nicolson. Louise will be a star on the HarperCollins teenage list."11.20a.m. This is my fabulous life: the Sex God left for Whakatane last month and he has taken my heart with him. 11.25a.m. Not literally of course otherwise there would be a big hole in my nunga nungas. 11.28a.m. And also I would be dead. Which quite frankly would be a blessing in disguise. 12.00p.m. It
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Julie Decker
Poor Georgia. Her boyfriend went to New Zealand and then broke up with her long distance, so she's heartbroken and convinced she will Never Love Again. It's awfully difficult to keep up her cold shoulder when Robbie's replacement in the band, Masimo, appears and begins to flirt with her. She can hardly believe her luck, but is this actually what she wants? He's delicious! But! What's a girl with the Cosmic Horn to do?

This one was particularly funny to me--more so than the previous ones, though I
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Ruth Colclough
Jun 01, 2008 Ruth Colclough rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Any Girl From My Age To About Seventeen.
Recommended to Ruth by: I Just Found A Book My Luoise Rennison And Seen As They Are all
This Book Is Amazing, You Can Really Relate To It, And She Is Just Like an Ordinary Girl , Like the Same Age As Me And My Friends, And It Is Soooo Funny, I Would Definately Give It Six Stars Out Of Five, All Of The Louise Rennisons Are Amazing, Especially Knocked Out By My Nunga Nunga's.
Annabel
I read this as a pre-teen and loved it - it ended up completely tattered because I'd re-read it so many times! Interestingly I didn't enjoy the other Rennison 'Georgia Nicolson' novels so much, and I can't really put my finger on why. This one had me laughing out loud though, and as a pre-teen it was kind of educational (ha!) It got me thinking about boys and social situations and that sort of thing anyway!

The best thing about this sort of book for a young adult is that they enjoy them, which de
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Christina Wilder
YA needs more characters like Georgia.
SAM
3.5 Stars!

Fifth book is down! I feel like doing a party every time I finish one of these books, just because Georgia makes me. I laugh a lot in this one, but not as much as last one, poo. But comparing this to the others, this one is the biggest and it occur so many things that it is understandable that it isn't so a joke. BUT I still laugh.

"We liberated the anatomy skeleton from the blodge lab and put "Fatty," as we call him, in science overalls. We sat him at the back in between me and Rosie.
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Candy Boisvert
Jun 19, 2008 Candy Boisvert rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Girly girls
Title: Away laughing on a fast camel
Author: Louise Rennison
Copyright date: 2004
Publisher: Harpertempest
How many pages: 266 pgs
How long it took me to read: 3 days
Category: Fiction
I learned about this book from: reading the series since the beginning

This book was purchased at: Actually, it was borrowed from the library.
This book is: not to be read in public, unless you like laughing like a loon in public.
Other books by these authors: Angus thongs and full frontal snogging, on the brightside I am n
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Pearl
Ok, lets forget for the moment, that I read this series in the wrong order and have in actual fact, read book number 6 before book number 5, and just review the book despite my pitiful numeracy skills.

Recovering from my experiences with my last book, I decided the best way to avoid a book funk, was to immerse myself in a something that was light hearted and girly. And as always this series and author delivered it by the truck load. Once again Louise Rennison delivers a flawless novel, managing t
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Toneeshia
This novel is a contemporary realistic fiction, intended for the intermediate to the advanced age groups. It has made it amazon's customer favorite list. In this novel we revisit the Georgia after her boyfriend Robbie has left her to go to another country. Georgia is upset and dramatic as usual, that is until she meets Masimo. I gave this book four stars because it is quite amusing. There is humor throughout the novel and a play with words such as when Georgia said she couldn't sleep because sh ...more
Vanessa
I thought this book was really good as it made me laugh out loud in all the right places.Georgia is a really fun loving bubbly witty girl who makes everyone around her smile.In this story Georgia finds out that the stiff Dylan's have in a new band member instead of the ex one Robbie who went off with some other band.Georgia obviously thinks he is gorgeous and tries to catch his attention with spying on him entrancing him and occasionally stalking him.Georgia has competition though as every girl ...more
Char
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I have to say that two of my all time favourite moments of the series are contained within this book. For that reason alone, I think that this book is more than worht a read. Georgia's attempt to get over Robbie's departure to Kiwi-a-gogo land is fabulous. I love Georgia's misery, she's so dramatic with it. The only thing I love more is when she's hearing the call of the horn. Well whatever excuse makes you sleep at
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Andra

Book Five in the fabulous Georgia Nicholson series definitely doesn't lack in the slapstick, laugh-out-loud, hilariousness department that we've come to expect from the quirky Brit Georgia. Poor Georgia has been left by her love, Robbie aka the Sex God as he heads to New Zealand to play with marsupials. Of course Georgia is very depressed and sad about this, taking it out on both her parents and her best friend Jas by moping and being obnoxious. Fortunately for everyone involved, she seems to fi
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Sarah
Just finished this installment in my Georgia Nicholson series re(re-re-re-re-re)-read (seriously, I've read this series A LOT). Hilarious, as ever. Beware, by the time you get this far in the series, you will be sorely tempted to start talking like Georgia. I was bored the other day and my mom asked me what I was up to and instead of saying "I'm bored" like a normal person my first instinct was to tell her I was "wandering lonely as a clud." Thankfully I remembered that she has never read these ...more
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Louise Rennison is the bestselling award-winning author of the phenomenally successful ‘Confessions of Georgia Nicolson’ series, translated into over 34 languages and to the stage and big screen as ‘Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging’. She has won the Nestle Smarties Book Prize, the Michael L. Printz Honor Book and the Roald Dahl Funny prize for ‘Withering Tights’.
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Other Books in the Series

Confessions of Georgia Nicolson (10 books)
  • Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #1)
  • On the Bright Side, I'm Now the Girlfriend of a Sex God (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #2)
  • Knocked Out by My Nunga-Nungas (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #3)
  • Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #4)
  • Then He Ate My Boy Entrancers (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #6)
  • Startled by His Furry Shorts (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #7)
  • Love Is a Many Trousered Thing (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #8)
  • Stop in the Name of Pants! (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #9)
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Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #1) On the Bright Side, I'm Now the Girlfriend of a Sex God (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #2) Knocked Out by My Nunga-Nungas (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #3) Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #4) Then He Ate My Boy Entrancers (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #6)

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