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Then He Ate My Boy Entrancers by Louise Rennison
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Jul 20, 12

bookshelves: adolescence, contemporary, non-fiction, read-in-2012, series-of-7-or-more, funny
Recommended for: Anyone, everyone, teens
Read from July 18 to 20, 2012 — I own a copy

This installment was even more funny, sad and vivid than the ones before.

It's like Georgia is becoming a real person more and more. The quirky things that keep happening to her (some self-inflicted, others by pure clumsiness, other things caused by her weird family) are hilarious at times.
Other times I feel like she's me, or one of my friends. She's not nice all of the time, even if she thinks she's funny. She's preoccupied with herself. Which is very normal for a teen girl and sooo recognizable.
She's seriously gotten under my skin though, and I have to keep reading her books to find out what will happen to her. Will she be happy, and whom with?

I said it before, but these books are a must-read for teens!
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Melanie Hughes "It's like Georgia is becoming a real person more and more. " Totally agree. We recognize her blooming maturiosity underneath her teen narcissism.


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