The Clique (The Clique #1)

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Reader reviewed by f00lishchick

i think this book was really nice because it gave me the experience of what a REAL girly clique is like. i thnk it was funny because of how girly the book was and i am totally not a girly girl. i think that even though some schools are filled with those snobby, rich cliques but it's kinda funny because of how they are. if i had a clique like that at school, i would think they were interesting because i dont know any real cliques like that.
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A Great Book for Younger Readers
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Reader reviewed by Ria

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.
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Reader reviewed by Alexis

I think these books are okay. Poor Claire comes to a new town and doesn't know anyone. Massie is mean to her....but do they get over their differences? I think these are a Gossip Girl for younger people like 12. I think they are still okay, but I would rather be reading The IT Girl or Gossip Girl. I think that people who have read any of the mentioned books will like these. I reccommend them to girls beginning middle school or who are in middle school. These were good but they keep getting better. Read them
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This is the most realistic book about girls in middle school I have ever read.
it gets how girls go after each other,popularity,boys,puberty,and the lower,middle,and high class people.
Lisi Harrison gets how girls go after each other, and of course, the clothing brands and how it interprets with a girls popularity!
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Very realistic!
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Join The Clique...
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Reader reviewed by safia

Welcome to this addicting novel. The Clique consists of Queen Massie and her loyal subjects: Dylan, Alicia, and Kristen. They are the 'it' girls at their posh private school in Westchester, the Beverly Hills of New York. Then Claire enters the scene. She's the new girl that stands out in her Gap jeans and Keds. But she is determined to be accepted in Massie's Clique.

So pick up this addicting novel of rich, spoiled, middle-school brats. I'm already on my second book, it's that good.
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Girls in War!
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Reader reviewed by Calamander

This book is non-stop story of evil popular girls attacking this poor new girl that is staying at the leader of the evil clique's house. This is a great book, it's cool how the victim figures out how to solve the problem. I would recomend this book to anyone!!!!!
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Gossip Girl's Younger Sister
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Reader reviewed by Kris

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.
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A Great Book
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Reader reviewed by Elizabeth

This book is a great story about a "clique" or a group of friends. Massie, the leader of the clique's, dad invites friends of his come to stay in their guest house until they can purchase a house of their own. They come along with their daughter Claire. She tries to become friends with Massie, but Massie judges her right away and decides that they can never be friends. However, Claire still hangs out with Massie and her friends Kristen, Alicia, and Dylan who all act as if they hate Claire just to please Massie. Claire realizes this and decides to simply move on. But its not easy to ignore Massie Block...

This is a great story and I give it 4 out of 5 stars. It is a book for girls in 5th-8th grade who love books that contain drama, back stabbing, or anything else that happens in the world of teenage girls. It was a story that I highly enjoyed because it seemed so real and I was able to imagine every event as if it was happening right before my eyes.
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A Great Book
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Reader reviewed by Elizabeth

This book is a great story about a "clique" or a group of friends. Massie, the leader of the clique's, dad invites friends of his come to stay in their guest house until they can purchase a house of their own. They come along with their daughter Claire. She tries to become friends with Massie, but Massie judges her right away and decides that they can never be friends. However, Claire still hangs out with Massie and her friends Kristen, Alicia, and Dylan who all act as if they hate Claire just to please Massie. Claire realizes this and decides to simply move on. But its not easy to ignore Massie Block...

This is a great story and I give it 4 out of 5 stars. It is a book for girls in 5th-8th grade who love books that contain drama, back stabbing, or anything else that happens in the world of teenage girls. It was a story that I highly enjoyed because it seemed so real and I was able to imagine every event as if it was happening right before my eyes. Taht is why I loved the clique.
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The New A-list series
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Reader reviewed by Sally

this is the new book for A-list readers! what happens when a poorer girl moves into the guest house of her dad's rich friend's family? kaoss is started between the girls, Massie and Claire. Massie plays tricks on the unwanted Guesthouse mate, driving her to tears and making other people not like her. But Claire turns back around and find friends of her own to help her get through the school year.
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