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P.S. I Loathe You (Cliques Series #10)

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7 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

haven't read it yet, but can't wait to read it !!

since the information for the book was for Bratfest for Tiffany's ...i found out the real information from another website...
Massie Block: Ehmagawd, the boyfast is officially declared done, done, done, done, and DONE. After breaking her own boyfast law once she de...
since the information for the book was for Bratfest for Tiffany's ...i found out the real information from another website...
Massie Block: Ehmagawd, the boyfast is officially declared done, done, done, done, and DONE. After breaking her own boyfast law once she developed a crush on Dempsey, she decided to call if off. Plus, what¿s the Pretty Committee, without the Spanish beauty as beta? Now that Massie, Dylan, Kristen, and Claire are back into the halls of BOCD, they are looking for dates to go to Junior Prom with. Seeing Derrington hook up with one of the new girls has caused Massie to declare war on him. But what if she actually misses Derrington but doesn¿t want to admit it? It¿s bad to use people, but Massie is willing to do anything to a.) win the cutest couple award and b.) make Derrington jealous. But, not exactly in that order.

Alicia Rivera: Is back in the Pretty Committee and is glad that she and Josh are an official couple. She constantly wears the pink NYY hat that Josh gave her everyday to show how much she cares. Even though her friends think its ridiculous, she tries to find a different way to wear it each day. (Lots of different hairstyles.) She and Josh are determined to win the Cutest Couple award at Junior Prom. Will she even want to go to Junior Prom with Josh once she finds out that he¿s been spying on the girls¿ ESP class?

Claire Lyons: Is glad to know that Cam wants her back and has dumped Duh-livia Ryan. But, she¿s not sure whether she should forgive him or not. She vents out all of her feelings during her ESP class and starts to let go everything that has happened in the past few months and start anew. She was planning on asking Cam to the Junior Prom, but she¿s not so sure once she finds out that he¿s been spying on her ESP classes.

Kristen Gregory: Kristen is glad that she is now back at BOCD and even gladder that the boy-fast is over. Four new kids have transferred to BOCD and she makes friends with them easily. She¿s over Dune Baxter but is now into Tristan Strong; skater, surfer, and hawt. Because of her being into sports, they have a lot of things in common. He seems to be interested in her too. Now, she¿s trying to think of a plan to get him to go to the Junior Prom with him. That shouldn¿t be so hard. It kind of is if your crush hardly ever talks.

Dylan Marvil: Dylan is glad that the boy-fast is over, but she doesn¿t have any guy to turn to. Ever since she gained ten pounds by trying to impress Chris and Kemp (five pounds each) she¿s decided to stop acting like Shrek. But once the new kids come around, she¿s got her eyes set on Nic Strong. Like his fraternal twin brother Tristan, he¿s a skater, a surfer and all around down to earth guy. She¿s going to have to be even more Marvilous than she is to catch his eye, especially if she wants to go with him as a date to the Junior Prom.

I hope it helps!!!

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4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

This wasn't that good.

This book was about a load of immature eighth graders acting really stupid over guys. Honestly, I'm kind of ashamed to have read this book because it isn't like anyone we know is as dramatic, mean, and stupid as these girls. I mean Claire wanted the second best dancer (...
This book was about a load of immature eighth graders acting really stupid over guys. Honestly, I'm kind of ashamed to have read this book because it isn't like anyone we know is as dramatic, mean, and stupid as these girls. I mean Claire wanted the second best dancer (Olivia) off the squad because she dated Cam. I mean, Claire got him back didn't she? Also Claire was barley in the story. You didn't even see her point of view. The point of views you saw were Massie's, Dylan's, and Kristen's. From the beginning I've always wanted Claire's feelings to never get hurt, but now that she's totally out I want her to get in the drama again. Also the last sentence... How Massie was going to replace Alicia, Dylan, and Kristen in the Pretty Commitee. I mean it's not the pretty commitee without them. This was a terrible book and if you're smart and have better things to do with your time, don't read it. Also if your wondering, I read this book on a dare. LET ME TELL YOU!!!! IT WAS WORTH 20 DOLLARS!!!!!

posted by MelanieJN4 on February 17, 2009

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  • Posted March 15, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    The Clique: What has happened to it?

    I thought that this was by far the worst book in the series. I mean, what happened to Massie was bound to happen eventually, and i thappened horribly. Suddenly, Massie, like wasn't the main character in this book. It seemed to be more focused on Kristen and Dylan. Plus, a side of Massie that we have never seen before is absoluley pitiful. I mean, she WALLOWS!!! She has never lost her alpha-ness. It is absolutley pitiful.

    2 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2013

    These girls are getting annoying!

    They act like they are sooooo cool and it bugs me. No wonder the guys break up with them! Its just a book though.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 27, 2009

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    Terrible!!!

    I thought that this book was by far the worst one in the series! Massie Block is supposed to be the alpha. Period. You can't just change the character after they have been that way for 9 books. Massie didn't even seem like the main character. It was more focused on Kristen and Dylan which I thought was way stupid. lisi didn't even tell the story at all in alicia's or claire's point of view. but if lii can break up the clique she can probably bring them back together. hopefully the next book will be a lot better.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2008

    good books but....

    These books are really fun to read but after the fifth book, i stopped relating to the story. for the first five books i felt that under the designer clothes and mean attitude, i could relate to the insecurities of the girls, but in the sixth book, when the girls were allowed to go shopping after they were expelled, that was ridiculous!!! isn't that truancy!! i feel that lisi should keep writing b/c she has talent but maybe end the clique with the next book and start something else. the story has had too many plots brought in and is beginning to feel like the never-ending story. i recommend twilight, harry potter, and into the wild.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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