The clique is about the pretty Comitee. The Pretty Comittee rules the school. There are only 5 people in the group. They rule the school. Everyone wants to be like them. They are all very rich. You don't want to be an LBR. That means you are a loser beyond repair. This book tells about 5 girls life.
I LOVED this book. I think that this book would be good for teenage girls. It will relate to your life. Or someone you know at least. This book isn't like any book i've ever read. It's very original and unique. I'm look forward to anything Lisi Harrison writes. Everyone and anyone should read this book!
Ehmagawd.! This book is pretty amazing. I dont usually read books with characters younger than my current age. But this book is cute. Middle schoo girls already know how to rock their socks! Their alpha-ness amazes me. AND, the movie made it better than ever. I wish they make the other sequels into movies too. The book is hilarious and sad at the same time. And I love how Massie can be soooo mean and nice at the same time. My fave character would be Massie. I also love how they can like theyre in highschool but in fact theyre just middle schoolers. Its like the mini version of gossip girl. Loved it!
The Clique is about a group of popular girls called "The Pretty Comittee." In this book Massie (the main character) meets a friend of her dad's daughter named Claire. Claire is unappealing to Massie. Will Claire and Massie become friends or will Claire remain an Eternal Wannabe? Read this book to find out!
The Clique, by Lisi Harrison, is a book fro Young Adults, mostly for girls. This book is about a new girl, Claire Lyons, who moves into Massie Blocks form Florida. Massie Block is the most popular girl at O.C.D. Claires main goal is to fit into this new school. But once she meets the girls at O.C.D., she notices its going to get hard there. This book is full of what Young Adult girls want to hear about: drama, crushes, and more drama. This is a book you DO NOT want to miss out on.
This is an AMAZING book! But, if you don't like anything too girly than you probably won't like it. This is about a group of girls called The Pretty Committee who are in the seventh grade and are at the top of the popularity of their class. This is such a great book, if you like this one then you should really read all the other books in the Clique series. Trust me, when you start to read the book you will not want to put it down.
This book reminded me of friend problems I'm having, taking away the designer clothes and mansions. It taught me what to do and what not to do, and what to be and what not to be. In this book I most look up to Dylan, I think the mean things she said in the book was because all she wanted to do was to be friends with Massie. She'd do anything to fit in with her. I think Massie acts mean to hide her insecurities. Overall, I looooove this book. I highly reccomend it to people that are dealing with their own "cliques".
O MY GOSH! I luv luv luv this book! It was a great read, I finished this book in under 2 hours. I've read the whole series and they are all extremely well written. They're funny, witty, clever, and captivating. The characters are relatable and hilarious. Once you read The Clique, you'll want to read the whole series. I reccomend it to anyone at least 9 years old. But, I doubt boys would like it, or parents. Happy reading!
I read this way back when, in middle school probably, at the pressure of my friends. I finally gave in and borrowed the book from one of them. I don't know if it was the mean, horrible girls or that I wanted to be in Dylan's position, but I read through this story every second I could get at lightning speed. I like this book, and the other books in this series are just as great. I think I stopped reading after book 5, but I'm sure they are just as good!
The clique explores the life of Massie, the leader of the exclusive clique, and her 3 best friends, Alicia, Dylan, and Kristen. Enter Claire, the daughter of her father's best friend. Unfortunately for Massie, Claire is staying at her family's guesthouse. Claire is not clique worthy material, but Massie doesn't know how to get rid of her. Massie is also crushing on Chris Abeley. When she finds out that Claire's new friend, Layne, is Chris's sister, she steals Layne to get closer to Chris.
Massie becomes more and more evil, so Claire decides to get back at her and her friends. But the joke goes a little too far, and soon the friends are all angry at Massie. Then, Claire's joke backfires on her and her whole scheme is exposed and Claire's future is ruined. Or is it...
I thought that this book was surprisingly good. Even though the girls were in 7th grade, they acted a LOT older. I was shocked at how young girls start acting snobbishly. It was interesting to see how the rich and famous live. Once I started this book, I couldn't put it down! Fans of Gossip Girl and the A-List will like this book. I can't wait to read the next book in the series to find out what happens.
The Clique by Lisi Harrison was a really good read. As many people would agree, just think Gossip Girl for younger readers (Id probably recommend it for 11-15 year olds). Personally, though, I almost liked The Clique just as much as Gossip Girl and the A-List. It has the same sharpness to it, just less sophisticated and without any trashiness (not to say theres a lot in Gossip Girl, but, well, its NY for you). At first it seemed a little surreal that these seventh grade girls could act so grown up, but the backstabbing and catfights were completely realistic. Each character was really well developed and I could imagine any one of them (or all of them together) at my school. To be honest, though, they wouldnt exactly be people Id like to be friends with. Then again, being on their bad side probably would not be so great. Of the four girls in the clique, Massie, Dylan, Alicia, and Kristen, I think Kristen would be the one Id chose to be friends with. Maybe its just because we share a name, but her personality was most like mine, too, and I didnt think she was quite as cruel as the others. Youll have to sympathize for Claire since Im pretty sure all of us have once tried to make friends with someone who didnt exactly want to be friends with you back. The thing is all of this and more is true to school. The fact that this book could easily be true makes it even more intriguing. I cant wait to find out whats happening next with Massie, Dylan, Alicia, Kristen, and Claire.
Reprinted here with author's permission.