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Rivals (The Ivy Series #3)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Ti the idiot who gave this book a bad review

First of all the twist at the ebd eas great and it left yiu wantung more which is the sign of a great book!!!!! Secondly we are talking about college! Anything could happen so dint go around talking like you know evrything! And finally you are such a hypocrate! Dint tel...
First of all the twist at the ebd eas great and it left yiu wantung more which is the sign of a great book!!!!! Secondly we are talking about college! Anything could happen so dint go around talking like you know evrything! And finally you are such a hypocrate! Dint tell people not to buy this book when yiu clearly bought books 1 - 3 you are probably waiting for the last book as eagerly as the rest if us!!!!!

posted by 16639073 on December 1, 2012

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Okay

The third book in the series. It is not badly written. The grammar won't make you cringe. The story has a decent plot in continuing the story of Callie in her first year at Harvard.

My issues come with the fact that you think the story is coming to a nice conclussion a...
The third book in the series. It is not badly written. The grammar won't make you cringe. The story has a decent plot in continuing the story of Callie in her first year at Harvard.

My issues come with the fact that you think the story is coming to a nice conclussion and oh wait the last page has a plot twist that now you have to read the next novel. IRRITATING! Save your money and time. If you must read it get it from the library, or wait for allfour years to finish. Three novels so far and we have only made it through spring break. Real life people can not possibly go through that much at Harvard and if they do TRANSFER to a normal school.

posted by libraslover on November 30, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2012

    WTF!?

    THE DATE HAS BEEN CHANGED ON THE RELEASE OF THE FOURTH INSTALMENT TO FEBURARY! WHAT THE F#*% IS THIS BULL S*%+?!?!?!

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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