“Everyone is so bloody keen on me thinking all of a sudden. It’s not what I do.”
Synopsis from Goodreads: Ohmygiddygodspyjamas! The tenth marvy book in the Confessions of Georgia Nicolson is here! Get ready to laugh like a loon on loon tablets. It’s the FINAL installment of Georgia’s fab and hilarious diary! Does Georgia escape the cakeshop of luuurve? Can there be more heartbreaknosity in store? Will the Sex God pop up again unexpectedly (oo-er)! And what about the supreme accidental snogmaster Dave the Laugh? Will she FINALLY choose her only one and only? So many boys, so little time!
Feelings: OO-ER. (That phrase probably came up a thousand times in this book.) I genuinely don’t know what to say about this book that I haven’t already said about the others. I think Georgia’s voice is great both figuratively and literally (I highly recommend the audiobook). I think her friend group adds an interesting dynamic and her boy toys are pretty different, as well. So there’s some variety in characters, but not with the actual plot line.
I wish there had been visual aids to help me with their school’s production of Romeo and Juliet. I mean…the villagers ARE blood. And the kissing scene involved waves. I just can’t. It had to be pure hilariosity.
Issues: Like I’ve said about every other book in this series…they’re all the same and this one was barely any different. They just…have the same characteristics and the same series of events happening in different ways. It makes for a mindless read, but at the same time, I feel like it could all be condensed into a duology and I wouldn’t have spent so much time finishing this series.
Characters: I’ve always been a fan of Dave the Laugh, and that doesn’t change in this finale. Well played, well chosen, way to go everyone. I like the way Georgia and Dave end up and I’m hoping that she will finally experience something real-ish with him.
Oh, Massimo, you sweet Luurrvvee God and Italian Stallion. He was willing to give up his career to stay around for Georgia…and she’s only like 15! He made the right decision in the end…for multiple reasons. But I was SO frustrated with Georgia when she was trying to decide between asking him to stay or letting him go. But honestly, that may be because I’m an adult reading this and not a teenager.
Final thoughts: I’m glad I finished this series, only because my boy won out in the end. But again, I think you could stop reading the series at any point and your life will go on. I wish I had read this series as a teenager because I think I would have enjoyed it much more. As an adult, there was little sympathy or understanding from me towards Georgia. The writing is really funny and the diary format makes for a quick read; Georgia’s narrations are engaging and hilarious, so it has its merits!
Goodreads rating: 4.21/5
Amazon.com rating: 4.2/5
My rating: 3/5
Happy reading! – Caitlyn