By Angela Kiverstein, July 16, 2009
'When you are visiting the cake shop of agony, they don’t mind what you wear in there. Most of their customers are in their jimjams. With big swollen eyes. And covered in dribble.” And so it is for love-struck Georgia Nicolson, in Are these my Basoomas I See Before Me?
(HarperCollins, £10.99) the final part of Louise Rennison’s saga of luurve, jammy dodgers and romantically-challenged kittycats.
Will teenage Georgia hang on to Italian boyfriend Massimo, or is she destined for one of the other males who has pursued her over the past nine volumes?