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Greed (Robin Wasserman's Seven Deadly Sins Seriess #7)

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  • Posted October 31, 2008

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    Reviewed by Randstostipher "tallnlankyrn" Nguyen for TeensReadToo.com

    The gang is back from their very interesting trip to Vegas, and they are ready for whatever is thrown their way, since they have been through so much and it's finally the end of high school. <BR/><BR/>Beth and Adam are finally back together, after their really long break, full of lies, secrets, and cheating. This typical high school sweetheart couple just hasn't called it quits yet, but starting over doesn't mean that their feelings for other people have gone away just yet. And what they thought was in the past just may show up once again. <BR/><BR/>Having Beth and Adam together leaves Harper and Reed alone... once again. Harper thought that she and Adam actually had something special together and that they would finally be together forever. And even though Reed and Beth have had a rocky relationship, Reed sill believed that they could work it out. Maybe it's not too late for them after all. <BR/><BR/>Miranda has finally gotten Kane to be her boyfriend, even if the only thing that is on his mind is getting out of high school -- well, that and a certain secret that could just possibly cause him his life. But even though they may be a couple, are their feelings for real, or is it just a little fling? <BR/><BR/>It's almost graduation time, and plenty can change until then. Everyone is back, with a little GREED on their mind. <BR/><BR/>As the last book of the series, GREED was the perfect way to conclude. With even more secrets and deception, fights and misunderstandings, who knew that high school drama could be so appealing? Fans of this series will not be disappointed with how Robin Wasserman completes the story. The only thing that will be on their mind is: why aren't there anymore sins?

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    Posted October 22, 2007

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    The gang is back from their very interesting trip to Vegas, and they are ready for whatever is thrown their way, since they have been through so much and it¿s finally the end of high school. Beth and Adam are finally back together, after their really long break, full of lies, secrets, and cheating. This typical high school sweetheart couple just hasn¿t called it quits yet, but starting over doesn¿t mean that their feelings for other people have gone away just yet. And what they thought was in the past just may show up once again. Having Beth and Adam together leaves Harper and Reed alone¿ once again. Harper thought that she and Adam actually had something special together and that they would finally be together forever. And even though Reed and Beth have had a rocky relationship, Reed sill believed that they could work it out. Maybe it¿s not too late for them after all. Miranda has finally gotten Kane to be her boyfriend, even if the only thing that is on his mind is getting out of high school -- well, that and a certain secret that could just possibly cause him his life. But even though they may be a couple, are their feelings for real, or is it just a little fling? It¿s almost graduation time, and plenty can change until then. Everyone is back, with a little GREED on their mind. As the last book of the series, GREED was the perfect way to conclude. With even more secrets and deception, fights and misunderstandings, who knew that high school drama could be so appealing? Fans of this series will not be disappointed with how Robin Wasserman completes the story. The only thing that will be on their mind is: why aren¿t there anymore sins? **Reviewed by: Randstostipher 'tallnlankyrn' Nguyen

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2007

    Hm.

    I'm stuck in the middle between 4 stars or 5 stars. It was decent, and I thought the ending was nice + unpredictable, BUT I think it could've been better, that's all. :]

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2007

    i dont know what to think

    in some ways i liked this book a lot, but in other ways i didn't. it sounds pretty confusing right? anyway, i liked how she ended it. It was one of those things where the future can be anything, so anything can happen. I hope Kane and Miranda get together, i loved that. Reed and Beth were cool too. Adams kinda annoys me actually :]

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