Geek Girl tells the story of Harriet Manners: full-time geek and part-time model. Harriet is the most organised person you would ever meet, and she is determined to have everything planned out in various neat folders, lists and files. For once, Harriet is sure that nothing could simply go wrong, now her life is planned out, what's the worse that could happen? If only all Harriet's friends and family would stick to her plans to...
Geek Girl: Head Over Heels is the perfect book for anyone who likes loveable characters and a laugh-out-loud story. The GG series are really easy to read and don't require much thought, so if you're the kind of person who prefers a less thoughtful book, then I would recommend GG: Head Over Heels. (By the way, I'm totally a lover for thought-provoking books, but once-in-a-while I like a funny story with great characters). These books don't really have much of a plot, but I love the characters so that makes up for it.
Also, this book has a similar style of writing to books like Dork Diaries and Diary Of A Wimpy Kid, so if you have read and enjoyed either of those, I will definitely be recommending that Geek Girl goes on your TBR list.
Have any of you read this book already? Have you read any of the other Geek Girls? I'm back soon with a review of the Young Driver centres which I went to.