The Clique Book 1 by Lisi Harrison

February 27, 2008
By Brittany Coviello, Ferdale, WA

Readers constantly categorize books as they read them. Maybe the novel is depressing, or complex, or shocking, or humorous, or dramatic. However, I am confident that The Clique will be difficult to place in any one of these categories. It is a story of both drama and hatred, failure and success, solitude and togetherness, and is both bitter and sweet.

A 12-year-old girl who has it all! The looks, the cloths, the popularity. Everyone wants to be just like her. Her and her group of the other best friends, also known as the “pretty committee” are distracted be a new comer.

This makes me think about how mean and judgmental girls can be. To there piers and themselves before they even know whom they really are.

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on Apr. 10 2010 at 9:23 am
sunnyhunny PLATINUM, Litchfield, New Hampshire
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Favorite Quote:
"An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind."

When I was in sixth grade, this series was really popular.  I think that the books are very shallow and lack substance.


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