The Clique: Sealed with a Diss (Book 8)

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Alpha-to-be in Trouble
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Reader reviewed by Kim S

In Sealed with a Diss by Lisi Harrison the Clique is back and they are ready to take the key to OCD's secret room. Or are they? Skye Hamilton, the current alpha of the 8th grade, is asking the Clique for major favors before they can become alphas! While the Clique is trying to maintain problems of their own, they have Skye's needs on top of it! Is all this really worth it?
I loved this book. Lisi Harrison is one of my favorite authors becuase she always leaves you with that ending that makes you want the next book right now! Well, at least thats what i felt. If you liked the previous books of the Clique, you should keep reading them! Why stop now?

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More Troublefor the Clique?
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Reader reviewed by Kim S

In Sealed with a Diss by Lisi Harrison, the Pretty Committee is faced with a challenge. The key to OCD's secret room is with Skye Hamilton. In order to get this key, the Pretty Committee needs to find dates for the end of the year party. Will the Clique be able to find dates? Or will their whole alpha status be taken away if they don't do what Skye wants?
I loved this book; I think its the best Clique book in the series. The book is packed with a lot of detail and leaves you with and ending that makes you feel like, "I want the next book now!" Its one of those cliffhangers you'll just HAVE to read!!

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The Clique:Sealed with a Diss by Lisi Harrison
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The Pretty Committee will fall heir to the incredible secret room under Octavian Country Day School --- but only if they can bring suitable dates to eighth-grader alpha female Skye's costume party. The P.C. must win the room because it is wired to broadcast the Briarwood Boys' sensitivity training classes, in which they talk about their feelings. The room holds the key to Massie becoming a boy expert, not to mention actually gaining a clue into her own interactions with boys she is interested in.

Massie figures that she and Claire have the date thing covered. Massie can ask Derrington; Claire can ask Cam. But they immediately run into problems. Derrington acts way too immaturely to impress Skye and her friends, while Claire finds incriminating evidence that links Cam with someone named Nikki. Another complication arises when Skye insists that Massie deliver horse-loving hottie Chris Abeley to her as Skye's date for the party. This turns into a complicated love triangle because, unknown to Skye, there is major electricity between Massie and Chris.

When Skye commands Massie to have Chris call her so she can invite him to her party, Massie negotiates. She talks Skye into letting her have access to the secret room to watch the boys for 45 minutes twice a week. Imagine Massie's shock when Skye informs her that, unless she successfully match-makes Chris with Skye, the Pretty Committee will never have ownership of the secret room.

Chris continues to be oblivious to Skye's charms while becoming more besotted with Massie. Before you can say "mocha suede Miu Miu clogs," Massie finds herself in an impossibly worsening predicament. Can she pull off the Chris/Skye feat, thus procuring the secret room for the Pretty Committee --- or is she doomed to lose her alpha status forever?
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I love it.
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Reader reviewed by katie

This book is simply amazing, possibly my favorite out of the series! Massie is so funny in this, yet again- Dylan shows her true colors! Who would have guessed she would have two dates for EATING? It's surprising! I think the Room makes them do the Dating DON'Ts! I love this book, I could read it over and over again.
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