Monday, November 9, 2009

My review of The Clique by Lisi Harrison

Publisher: Poppy (May 5, 2004)
Pages: 220
Age: 9-12
From: Garage Sale
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Rating: 4 stars
Lisi Harrison's debut novel introduces us to THE CLIQUE - a quartet of popular girls attending private school in New York. These girls are wise (and rich) beyond their twelve years, valuing their designer clothes, sparkling homes, and precious cell phones above all else. At the top of the clique is Massie, a girl whose room is modeled after an all-white posh hotel suite.

When her father's longtime friend has a stroke of bad luck, Massie's dad lets his friend, his friend's wife and his daughter stay in the guesthouse. This girl may be Massie's peer and new classmate, but, since she is clad in overalls and Keds, Massie is reluctant to make friends.

I thought the book was a fun and quick read that kept me going because there was so much drama and gossip. This first book is a great debut for the series and I recommend that you read the whole series if you're into drama and gossip books like Gossip Girl and Private.

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