REVIEW: Are These My Basoomas I See Before Me?


Title: Are These My Basoomas I See Before Me?
Author: Louise Rennison
Finished: December 25, 2009
Pages: 308
Published: 2009
Format: 1st Edition Hardback

The final confession of Georgia Nicholson, I was not expecting this to be the end of the series but I have to say that it was a great way to go. It was hard to tell at the beginning where Louise Rennison would take this adventure but I can understand why she thought she needed to end the series – Georgia can only have so many confessions before she has to grow up.

This installment and conclusion has Georgia back to boy troubles – Dave the Laugh or Masimo or Robbie – and friend troubles. Everyone seems to be going through some dilemma and it is only heightened as the crew prepares for a female cast only performance of Romeo and Juliet.

It was a bittersweet ending and I found myself glad to have finished up another series, opening myself to reading more.

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