Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging (Louise Rennison) BOOK REVIEW

17:00 Hannah - 14 Comments

Ahoy!

I've approached this series a bit weirdly on my blog having reviewed the fourth instalment first, but here goes! 

source: amazon(dot)co(dot)uk

In a Nutshell: 
The confessions of a crazy, angsty teenager!

The Actual Review:

This is one of those books that have been adapted into film and I watched the film first. I loved the movie but the book more so. I don't usually read this type of book and as much as I love it (and at the time of eventually writing the review - the series) I don't intend to read anything similar - it's one of those books that I'd like to treat as a one-off.

The narration is hilarious and is set into manageable sections - perhaps even too manageable. Maybe not, I did finish it within a day.

Angus, Thongs is a book that has caught me completely off guard and has made me truly, uncontrollably laugh and has taken me completely by surprise. Even for a diary, the characters are well-developed and Rennison has managed to provide insight into their lives as well as Georgia's.

In Conclusion:

  • Very funny
  • A quick-read for anyone
  • Don't read it in public!

Rating: 


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Watching TV Mum said, 'Do you miss your dad?' and I said, 'Who?” 
― Louise RennisonAngus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging


14 comments:

  1. I am so in love with the film but always thought I was a little too old now to go back and read the book, especially as it was a big hit when I was in Year 6. I absolutely love this review, it's really sold the book to me as a light fun read to bring a bit of enjoyment and fun to my day. I'll be adding this to my to-read list straight away :)
    xxx

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  2. This book title cracks me up! Does the movie have the same title as the book?

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    1. Similar, the movie is called Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging and is based on the first two books. I think you can find it on YouTube

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  3. Haha my friend has this book and whenever I read I crack up laughing!
    Great review, by the way!

    Alice ❤️
    www.girlabroadblogs.blogspot.com

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  4. This series is so funny. When I first read it (quite some years ago now) I wasn't all that familiar with British humor, so the glossary in the back really made it even better.
    Happy reading to you.

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  5. I love books where the writing actually makes me burst out laughing ! I recently read an amazing book called " Finding Audrey " about a girl suffering from social anxiety and although it is a sensitive and sad topic , it was written with so much humour that I couldn't help laughing out loud and getting some very funny looks in the library hehe :)

    Lots of love,Marianne xxx

    http://myhappybubblexx.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. I'll look into it. Another humorous mental health book that I can reccomend is Lottie Biggs is Not Mad by Hayley Long about a girl with kleptomania. It's certainly for the pre-teen audience, but enjoyable anyway

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  6. I loved the film and it is that type of film which I go to when I am feeling down! I have never read the book though and I do usually prefer books to films so I might give this one a try!

    Emma's World x

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  7. I'm glad you posted this, because I totally forgot about this book. I wanted to read it a while ago, but never got around to it.

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