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  • Posted November 2, 2008

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    Reviewed by JodiG. for TeensReadToo.com

    Imagine a school filled with the wealthiest, most privileged students in the world. I can assure you that your imagination doesn't match up to the Van Pelt Academy, a private boarding school in Switzerland. The gilded hallways, chandeliers, maid service, and a school store that sells Chanel, Gucci, and Tiffany are just a few of the amenities at this ultra-posh school. <BR/><BR/>During the winter, the entire population of the school moves to the Gstaad campus, so students can ski in the afternoon. The student body is made up of the children of business magnates, royalty, and one American girl, who is attending Van Pelt on scholarship. <BR/><BR/>Lucy Peterson isn't rich. Her dad is in the military and her family has moved throughout the world, most recently setting up house in Munich. After a chance encounter, Lucy learns about Van Pelt and takes a chance to apply for admission. Lucy is actually a promising tennis player, and Van Pelt Academy is looking to strengthen its team. Lucy is awarded a scholarship and enters a world that few people can imagine. Lucy now finds herself surrounded by luxury and privilege. <BR/><BR/>Of course, there are always downfalls to every good situation. There are The Diamonds, an elite group of the three most popular girls in school. And it isn't long before Lucy ends up on the wrong side of them. The one person who is friendly towards her is actually a plant for a tabloid magazine and is intent on involving Lucy in an expos¿ of the students and life at Van Pelt Academy. Oh, and there is Oliver. Prince Oliver, actually. One of the best-looking and most down-to-earth boys Lucy has ever met. But really, what are her chances with a Prince? Especially with The Diamonds so attached to him. <BR/><BR/>Before long, Lucy's new life develops more complications than she could have ever imagined. Will she lose her opportunity at Van Pelt Academy or can she adapt to her new surroundings and become one of the group? <BR/><BR/>JET SET is a fun and entertaining story that introduces you to a lifestyle that so many people dream about. It is definitely worth the read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2013

    Drake

    Ok

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    Posted March 2, 2013

    Hotred

    Go to match res4

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2013

    Nadia

    R u there

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2013

    Rose

    The aprentice walks in can you join ar clan at wolf hunter plz oh and by the way my full names rosepaw

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2013

    Jet

    *opens his eyes and stands up*sure

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2012

    Play room

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 22, 2010

    Jet Set

    Imagine a school filled with the wealthiest, most privileged students in the world. I can assure you that your imagination doesn't match up to the Van Pelt Academy, a private boarding school in Switzerland. The gilded hallways, chandeliers, maid service, and a school store that sells Chanel, Gucci, and Tiffany are just a few of the amenities at this ultra-posh school.

    During the winter, the entire population of the school moves to the Gstaad campus, so students can ski in the afternoon. The student body is made up of the children of business magnates, royalty, and one American girl, who is attending Van Pelt on scholarship. She gets into trouble. loves a boy who seems to love her too. This book is awesome and i only recommend it for young teens.

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