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Posted November 24, 2011
If u like drama then u'll love this! These catty girls don't know when to call it quits, or atleast Sylvia and Crystal don't! The recipes are great too! Girls, Gossip, Jeans, Lattes, And Cheating Boyfriends... This book is a great drama filled quick read!
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The girls by-Tucker Shaw
this is a great book about a not so previllged girl going to a boarding school in aspen.There are alot of twist and turns in this book.I couldnt put it down and finshed in one day I think every teen girl should read this book.
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Posted November 1, 2009
Reviewed by Jaglvr for TeensReadToo.com
Peggy has just returned to Maroon Bells School for Girls (MBSG) after break. She stops off at the Timberline (aka the Timberlake) to get a coffee. If she'd have gone straight to school, she would never have heard the gossip. But she did, and from there, the start of the semester goes downhill.
Peggy has overheard Amber (who works at the Timberline) and Sylvia (a rich girl at MBSG) sharing gossip about Mary. Mary is Peggy's roommate and best friend. The rumor is that Mary's boyfriend, Stephen, has been seeing a girl from down in the valley on the side. Some girl named Crystal. Peggy doesn't know if she should tell Mary or let Mary find out herself. Peggy is extra torn when Sylvia realizes Peggy has overheard the conversation.
It turns out Mary hadn't heard the gossip, but when Sylvia shows up that night at the restaurant they work at and basically forces the two of them off to get coffee at the Timberline (Sylvia knowing full well that Amber will be working and unable to not share gossip), Mary is confronted with the news.
The rest of THE GIRLS plays out over the course of that week. Peggy continually questions what she should reveal to Mary. Mary repeatedly refuses to return calls from Stephen. Sylvia tweaks all the players for her enjoyment. And new girls arrive at the least expected place and bring the entire situation full circle.
THE GIRLS reads like a soap opera. There are so many different twists and turns to the story that the reader can't help but be spellbound. Who's seeing who and who knows what will keep you intrigued up until the final page, when you will want to sit yourself down with a tasty grilled cheese sandwich. (Trust me on this one...if you read the story, you'll know what I'm referring to!!)
Overall, THE GIRLS is a fun, fast-paced read that will leave you wanting to know more about the girls of MBSG!
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Posted July 3, 2012
I really liked this book. It was filled with drama which i love and it was really funny. It kinda dissapointed me cuz it was super short (read iin one hour) and it was kinda rushed at the end. It kinda just jumped to the end with the reader thinking nothing. But otherwise i think it had a nice plot and was good read :)
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