Lucky (It Girl Series #5)

Lucky (It Girl Series #5)

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by Cecily von Ziegesar
     
 

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Jenny Humphrey has attended some crazy parties at Waverly Academy, but none as hot as the bash at Miller farm, where the barn went up in flames. Literally. So when Dean Marymount announces that someone is going to be expelled, it's every owl for him- and herself.

Tensions are rising, rumors are flying, and pretty soon everyone is a suspect. Jenny is worried

Overview

Jenny Humphrey has attended some crazy parties at Waverly Academy, but none as hot as the bash at Miller farm, where the barn went up in flames. Literally. So when Dean Marymount announces that someone is going to be expelled, it's every owl for him- and herself.

Tensions are rising, rumors are flying, and pretty soon everyone is a suspect. Jenny is worried about her adorable, shaggy-haired new crush, Julian, whose lighter was found at the scene of the crime. Callie is afraid she and Easy will both get kicked out, because they were in the barn-together-when it caught fire. And Tinsley knows she'll take the heat for organizing the wild party in the first place.Luckily she's come up with a way to keep from getting in trouble: by blaming Jenny. Of course.

After all, Waverly's girls always fight fire with fire. But watch out, ladies-in a battle like this, someone's bound to get burned.

Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Janice DeLong
For readers who want more "New York Times Bestselling Series" fluff, here is title five of the tabloid-quality "Gossip Girls." Waverly Academy is the by-now familiar setting for recreational sex, deception, lying, vengeance, alcohol (including under-age drinking ), blackmail, gutter language (all of the four-letter words with some five-letter words added just for effect), and other adolescent mayhem. In this tale, Tinsley Carmichael is scheming to rid the campus of Jenny Humphrey and to dispose of her victim is not above reminding Dean Marymount of his own nasty little secrets. Easy and Callie are rolling in the hay and losing their virginity while Kara and Brett are looking for privacy to express their lesbian bonds to each other. Floating around the edges of all of these intriguing relationships are not-so-subtle commercials for Ralph Lauren, the Gap, L.L. Bean, Yves St. Laurent, LeTigre, Polo, Costume National, Cartier, Banana Republic, BMW, just to mention a few brands, dropped in at the oddest places. This title is part of the "Gossip Girls" series. Reviewer: Janice DeLong

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780316046992
Publisher:
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Publication date:
11/16/2008
Series:
It Girl , #5
Sold by:
Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
343,814
File size:
348 KB
Age Range:
15 - 18 Years

Meet the Author

Cecily von Ziegesar is the creator of the #1 bestselling Gossip Girl and #1 bestselling It Girl novels. She has always lived in New York City.

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jazzy1105 More than 1 year ago
After the fire at the barn, the school is in an uproar trying to figure out the culprits of who started it. As readers of this addicting series already know, ever since Tinsley Carmichael came back to school she has had it in for Jenny. Jenny wasn't the one who started the fire, but that doesn't mean anything as far as Tinsley is concerned. Bret and Kara have rumors flying about them! What will they do to stop them? The boys are getting into the usual amount of trouble. Will they help stop the rumors of who started the fire? Or fuel them? This weekend the prospective students are in town, meaning those already attending the school have to be on good behavior. But do they really know what that is? And does one of the new students have a dirty little secret? LUCKY is the fifth book in the IT GIRL series, and should be read in order. I wouldn't want to let you ruin such an addictive series by reading them out of order!
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AS25 More than 1 year ago
Lucky i beleave left of from the 4th book in the series about the Barn cathcing on fire.And how Callie and Easy got back together. Well in Lucky the stake's are higher and someone's BOND to get exspelled from Waverly Academy.All because because of one fire inicident.But who could it be? Yet the person that seemed to start the whole thing made all the blame travel toward's new girl Jenny Humphrey.Something i did'nt expect until the end. Lucky was so good,it was quite hard for me to put the book down. But still looking forward to reading the first book.I wanna know how it all worked out! Lucky everyone! I suggest you read! Because i sure fealt LUCKY when i picked up this book.
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katieadele1894 More than 1 year ago
Out of all the It Girl series, I have to say this has been my least favorite. There's was too much about all the other characters and not enough about Jenny. There was a lot of intrigue, mystery, and drama though, so loved that!
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Lea_Addison More than 1 year ago
While reading this book, I have somewhat seen how the other side lives. I Love this book and all the other books in the series. In this book there is a lot of drama about the burning down of the Miller barn. Then there's the secret behind who paid off Mrs. Miller to say the fire started from one of her cows and in turn to save Jenny. I would have to say that this book is for high school students because of some of the language. Yet I would say that every girl that does read this will most likely like the book and all the books to follow!