Louise Rennison, nationally bestselling author of the Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series, returns with another hilarious adventure starring Georgia’s cousin Tallulah Casey.
In A Midsummer Tights Dream, Tallulah’s second great (mis)adventure, things are starting to look up for the budding star. She has been officially admitted to the Dother Hall performing arts program in Yorkshire. Her corkers have done some developing since last term. And she’s picked up some advice on snogging from dear old Georgia. So she’s ready to return to the stage—and face her crushes again.
But Tallulah will have more than boy drama to deal with. This term’s project is Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Tallulah has been cast as Bottom, the fool who spends most of the play with the head of a donkey. Even worse, if the show isn’t a complete success, the school won’t have enough money to stay open for another year.
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If you liked Tallulah's first adventure, Withering Tights, then you'll love the second installment. I only wish the book had gone into more detail about Dother Hall's problems and the grand end-of-term performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream.Read Full Review of A Midsummer Tights Dream
This follow-up goes into new realms of funny.Read Full Review of A Midsummer Tights Dream
A lot of the jokes and humour have been seen before.Read Full Review of A Midsummer Tights Dream
A Midsummer Tights Dream is a light, funny read that will cheer up a rainy afternoon.Read Full Review of A Midsummer Tights Dream
Who I would recommend it to: Fans of Chris Higgins or Jaclyn Moriarty. If you fancy a quick and silly read that manages to blend the absurd with some real truisms about growing up as a girl.Read Full Review of A Midsummer Tights Dream
Louise Rennison is well known for her previous series, Confessions of Georgia Nicolson. However, this series doesn’t seem nearly as ‘raunchy’ or ‘cutting edge’.Read Full Review of A Midsummer Tights Dream
There is a great deal of humour for adult readers too, Tallulah’s youth and innocence both endearing and comical.Read Full Review of A Midsummer Tights Dream
Super fast, easy, short read . . . And they will all make you laugh, guaranteed.Read Full Review of A Midsummer Tights Dream
I understood more of what was happening and the relationships between various characters were explored and developed more.Read Full Review of A Midsummer Tights Dream
Warm-hearted, with snappy dialogue and a clutch of laugh-out-loud jokes, girls aged 12 and over will love it.Read Full Review of A Midsummer Tights Dream
If you fancy a light read that will make you laugh out loud, look no further.Read Full Review of A Midsummer Tights Dream
This is a very gripping book. You can't put it down. It's one of my favourite books. My favourite part is when Tallulah throws the tambourine in the air and it hits mean Doctor Lightowler on the head!Read Full Review of A Midsummer Tights Dream
Very clever parody of Shakespeare’s Midsummer Nights Dream, Northern England and Irish character, and a pre-pubescent girl who is waiting for her corkers to grow.Read Full Review of A Midsummer Tights Dream
While I really like Tallulah as a main character, her friends at Dother Hall lack characterization to the point where I can't even tell them apart.Read Full Review of A Midsummer Tights Dream
Tallulah is an amazing character that inspires confidence in her readers.Read Full Review of A Midsummer Tights Dream
...if you tend to take things more seriously and don't find very stupid things funny, then this book isn't for you, That would be the only bad point about the all of Louise Rennison's books depending on you personality This book could have you in stitches, or have you throwing it away by chapter two.Read Full Review of A Midsummer Tights Dream
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