Away Laughing On A Fast Camel deals with Georgia's heartbreak after the Sex God leaves her for "Kiwi-a-go-go-land" (New Zealand, I think). It also introduces a new love interest, Massimo the soon to be christened Italian Stallion (I think that comes in book six, but it's always how I think of him) and strengthens the relationship between Georgia and my favorite love interest, Dave the Laugh.
It's a pretty long series for books about the ups and down of a fourteen year old girl. I mean, Harry Potter was only seven books. Still, I don't get bored. Some reviewers have commented that they get bogged down by Georgia's made up slang, which gets more and more in depth as the series goes on. I, however, find it charming.
I love getting to know the characters better in each book. Everyone is so over the top crazy that to me they seem real. Real people are INSANE and these characters are... out there. I love Georgia's crazy antics. Like Gerogia, I find myself in "situations", even though I'm now old enough to know better. I love the writers voice, the let's go down to the disco viking dance, and Georgia's impression of a lockjaw germ. Like I said, there are only so many times I can say that I love this series. I think I've hit my limit.
This book counts toward the following challenges: Read me baby one more time, 100+, and 7 i n a series for the Hogwarts Reading Challenge. Track my progress on my 2011 challenges page.