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The Upper Class (Upper Class Series)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 15, 2008

    Liv's Book Reviews

    Urgh. I think if I tried to write down all my thoughts in a single paragraph it would be both long, boring, and completely confusing. So for just this review I'm categorizing my thoughts into good and bad. Good: TONS of description. For example, the first sentence reads as so Outside the black window of the country club, moonlight glazes tiger lilies, dripping off the petals like cream. Doesn't that sound completely delicious? And there are many other sentences in the book that are as warm and sparkling as that one. I think I would've read the book just to be able to read nice sentences like that one. The story also has a nice and zippy plotline. Nothing ever stops for long and there's twist after twist to keep you coming back for more. There is also a character that I liked a lot who I think deserves a spot in the good category and that would be Nikki and Laine's woods instructor. I can't remember his name off the top of my head, but I liked him a lot. Bad: And now we get to the juicy stuff. First of all, the characters were horrible. They were not developed at all and I really couldn't tell one person apart from the next, especially the boys and the parents. They just all blended together which makes a story completely suck. Also, Nikki and a guy supposedly had this relationship going on, but I really didn't see that. Sure they hook up in random scenes, but there was no dialog, no interaction, no chemistry, nothing to indicate that they actually liked each other. And characters without chemistry? Yuck. Also, the zippy plot was in the good category, but it should also be in the bad, because you could barely get your bearings before everything was mixed up again, making the whole entire book confusing and unorganized. So I guess for the most part, Upper Class was a pretty bad book. I really liked the imagery, but other than that, it stunk. I don't think I'll be reading the next book. I have better things to do with my time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2012

    Caution

    Okay, so I read the book. There are too many areas that includes sex, cussing, and illegal parties. This book would have been good without those trashy stuff. Why do books always have to include trashy stuff?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2008

    okay, i havent finished it yet but...

    the back doesnt describe it well at all. totally confusing, its overall.....SUCKY!!! sorry, but i just dont like it and then its just confusing and boring and just overall bad. i havent finished it yet but if it gets better, ill write back!

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