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Sealed with a Diss (Clique Series #8)

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by Lisi Harrison
 

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Massie Block: Stands at the threshold of the most ah-mazing secret room at OCD. But to prove the Pretty Committee is worthy of the honor, the girls need dates to Skye Hamilton's "famous couples" costume party. On top of all that, Massie has to convince her old crush, Chris Abeley, to be Skye's date . . . or else they can kiss the room-and their

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Massie Block: Stands at the threshold of the most ah-mazing secret room at OCD. But to prove the Pretty Committee is worthy of the honor, the girls need dates to Skye Hamilton's "famous couples" costume party. On top of all that, Massie has to convince her old crush, Chris Abeley, to be Skye's date . . . or else they can kiss the room-and their popularity-goodbye. How will she ever get her girls suitable dates and melt Chris's heart? She'd need to be a mind reader! Luckily for the PC, alpha status just happens to come with ESP . . . not the actual superpower, but a secret weapon that shows them exactly how boy brains work.

Kristen Gregory: Loves supersensitive guys, and thanks to ESP, has her eye on a boy who loves The Notebook as much as she does. So why on earth is she going to Skye's party as the Bride of Chucky?

Alicia Rivera: Diss-missed her crush, Josh Hotz, for having a bizarrely clean room. Then ESP tells her Josh's sister is actually the neat freak, and suddenly hawt Hotz looks hawter than ever.

Dylan Marvil: When ESP clues her in to the fact that guys-plural- like a girl who's not afraid to eat, it's all mozzarella sticks for this former Jenny Craig groupie. Will gaining six pounds make her regret trusting her sixth sense?

Claire Lyons: As the only Pretty Committee girl with a real boyfriend, the date-mission should be a breeze. But when her newfound Claire-voyance tells her Cam's hiding a huh-yuge secret from her, his gifts of gummies leave a stale taste in her mouth. ESP? Extra Sucky Problem is more like it.

The Clique...The only thing harder than getting in is staying in.

Editorial Reviews

In elite middle schools, peer pressure battles are fought with savage IMs and catty comments in the hall about a hopelessly defective fashion sense. Recent Octavian Country Day School arrival Claire Lyons is learning to navigate her way through this seventh-grade miasma. In Sealed with a Diss, she learns anew that pecking-order wars can leave everybody bruised.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780316115063
Publisher:
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Publication date:
07/02/2007
Series:
Clique Series , #8
Pages:
272
Sales rank:
427,694
Product dimensions:
5.12(w) x 7.62(h) x 0.75(d)
Lexile:
820L (what's this?)
Age Range:
12 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

Lisi Harrison is the author of The Clique, Alphas and Monster High series. She was the Senior Director of Production Development at MTV and Head Writer for MTV Production. Lisi is currently pretending to write her next novel.

Lisi lives in Laguna Beach, California.

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Sealed with a Diss (Clique Series #8) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 464 reviews.
BrittanyGad More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! I think it was a very good continuation of the Clique series. This one picks up where the last one left off, and to avoid spoilers, I will use vague terms. Lisi Harrison did a great job writing this book. It is very well written. Massie's comebacks are sharper than ever, the school is ah-mazing, and we all know the Pretty Committee is hotter than ever. There is enough humor and teenage drama to keep you flipping through page after page for hours. The story will still be told through the well made up eyes of the Pretty Committee: Massie Block, Alicia Rivera, Claire Lyons, Dylan Marvil, and Kristen Gregory. The only set backs the book possesses is the fast pacing. The character development is so good, you will feel like your experiencing the story yourself. When you finish the book, you'll be begging for more. Get the next book P.S. I Loathe You by Lisi Harrison.
Jj2318 More than 1 year ago
ok this book is a MUST read!it goes from the basement of ocd to a party at skye hamiltons house!!!there is drama and there is fights.something happens to clair that nothing can prepare her for!kristen dylan and alicia have to find dates.... i dont wanna ruin it!!! JUST GO READ IT!!!YOU HAVE TO!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i absolutely loved this book! i collect all the clique books because there just so interesting to read. like you just dont want to put your book down until you finish the whole book! i have to say full stars for for every single last rating thing. i love the books and i hope i get to meet the auther " Lisi Harrison" some day. she is a genius lol. i cant wait to reads clique series number nine, im sure it will be good. everyone at my school reads the clique. i use to have to try to check out clique books the first day of school because everyone wanted it too. by the time i try to check out one of the books i havent already read there all gone. im like wow they are that good? . I loved the clique movie too. they should bring all the clique series out into movies. it would be so cool.
BookwormKD More than 1 year ago
i usually don't read books like the clique. i'm more into action, mystery, and fantasy. but to my suprise, i ended up enjoying this series. its all about Massie Block, Alicia Rivera, Dylan Marvil, Kristen Gregory, and claire lyons. they are the pretty committee and they rule the school. its full of backstabbing and gossip and new words like LBR (loser beyond repair) and ah-mazing and ehmagawd and Ah-bviously. i recommend this series because lisi harrison is an ah-mazing author. if you liked this i also recommend hottie, bras and broomsticks, how to ditch your fairy, airhead, and violet on the runway.
KristenLeigh More than 1 year ago
This is one of my favorite Clique books,but then again,there all ahmazing!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
WHAT HAPPENED TO DEREK?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fab
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anyone who does not like these books are LBRs
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I luv the clique seris they are my absolute favorite book ever!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this series
Lib Leung More than 1 year ago
I love this book out of the whole seires. It has so much suspense it makes your heart go up and down.
Mattie604 More than 1 year ago
After winning the key of the secret bomb shelter room at OCD, the Pretty Committee faces another obstacle- finding dates for eighth grade alpha Skye Hamilton's end-of-the-year party. But will ESP, a secret device that lets them figure out boys' minds, tear their relationships apart? When Claire finds out Cam is in contact with a mysterious girl named Nikki, suddenly his gummies becomes sourer than needed. Massie, who is starting to think maybe Derrington isn't so ma-ture, uses ESP to find out his secret towards her, while Alicia gets back on board with Josh Hotz and Kristen falls in luh-v with a goth geek who has her attending Skye's party as. Bride of Chucky? Dylan seems to be the only logical one, burping smelly Red Bull fumes for each of her haw-t two dates. Every girl seems to be filled with a boy rush. but is it for the better?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love
Linda Lent More than 1 year ago
i love these books! not only are they funny and suspensful, but theyre making fun of the stupid cliques teenagers have! as a middle school student, a fully heart that. point! for lisi harrison. these books are ah mazing! i craaave them!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love how the book relates to real life things like,Clarie,the new girl,Massie,the popular girl with the clique,and everyone else in between.Like i mean come on..You know that theres at least on of these types of people in your school. I also love/hate the way the book ends like how your about to find out something really good but then it just kind of ends and then you have to go get the other book and start again.Like i get the books from my library and sometimes the next books arint even there to check out.I just finished Sealed with a Diss and now i have to wait for the other next book to be returned. I cant wait!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was one of my faves. It was very intriguing and was a good read. The ending was really good but I kinda predicted it from reading the backs of the newer books. Overall this was one of my favorites in the series.
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TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
Our favorite Clique is back once again in this preppy and ah-dorable novel. After being expelled from their seventh grade class at their private school, OCD, the Clique girls have risen to fame on a movie set--Dial L for Loser, the latest teen movie being filmed. But what will happen when Gap-wearing "ordinary" Claire snatches the lead role from Prada-loving, born-to-rule Queen Massie? That obviously doesn't go over well with the Clique girls, and Massie has to employ some ruthless tactics to get herself back into the spotlight.

While this feud is continuing, other dramas round out the book. Alicia and Massie have found themselves as movie set correspondents for a popular morning television show, The Daily Grind. Kristen and Dylan of the Clique are stuck back at home in Westchester, but that doesn't mean they can't have fun...especially with the Briarwood boys. And new Hollywood "It Girl" Claire has caught the eye of her co-star, teen idol Conner Foley. What happens when her boyfriend at home, Cam, catches them kissing?

Rich and fabulous, though sometimes over-the-top snooty, these girls sure know how to have a good time. In this humorous piece of teen chick-lit, I found myself laughing out loud with every page. Is this a Clique novel you don't want to miss? Definitely so. Or, as Alicia might say, given.
becca_booRN More than 1 year ago
This book is one of my faves but i love them all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read several other reviews and they all had the same opinion as me. I loved the book, and Lisi Harrison made it as perfect as can be. If she changed one little detail, it would have changed the whole book. The way she emphasized the characters situations with all the drama, confusion, and frustration was amazing. Many girls¿ like to read about romance, or drama; this book, Sealed with a Diss, includes both.
Lisi Harrison kept me interested in the book; I couldn¿t drop the book, not even for a millisecond. Sealed with a Diss was so remarkable that I read it all in one day. I think I could relate to this book because I am a regular teenager girl that has dealt with some of these problems that goes on in the book. I am not rich like the Pretty Committee because I am just a general average scholar; I am not spoiled with money, but I am spoiled with the love from my family. These girls were so spoiled if they asked the mall to be in their closets, the mall would have jumped right into them.
Some of the interesting points in the book that were my favorite were when Claire ran into the pizza restaurants bathroom, Claire received a bracelet from Cam, and when the girls were spying on the boys in the secret room, the bomb shelter. I thought that it was really cute when Claire was flirting with Cam and ran off with his backpack into the girl¿s bathroom in the pizza restaurant. She didn¿t know that she was going to find something juicy. Who was Nikki? Cam gave Claire a soccer bracelet. Claire thought that it was another second hand gift, so she ended up throwing it to the bottom on the wave pool on top of the Briarwood Academy. When the girls¿ were spying on the boys in the secret room during science class, they found out so much in not that much time. All I can say was that it showed a true side to all of the boys at Briarwood Academy.
If he/she is reading this review and hasn¿t read this book, I didn¿t want to give away any of the key points to the book because he/she is going to have to read the book to find out. I recommend starting at the beginning of the series because it is such a great series. If someone were to start at the eighth book, he/ she would get very confused because there are several inside jokes that travel throughout the series. This is the perfect book for someone that loves a little excitement and thrill.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is soo good. It's a great GIRLS book, but boys can read it i guess, if they want to. I loved this book and i read the WHOLE SERIES. Its good to start from book one because it might be kind of confusing if you start with the 5th book because it brings up things that have happened in previous books. :)
Guest More than 1 year ago
OMG!!! I heart these books they're fabulous!! They're really funny and this one was with kind of sad beacause of the stuff that happened the guys. But, yeah I totally recommend them. Plus, they never get old and are NOT predictable. The only one I found boring was the second one. Plus, there are not as many references to like drugs and sex like some of the other books like Gossip Girl nobody gets stoned everyday and has sex.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book, i loved how she kept me reading the book the whole time i could barely put it down for 5 seconds. this book is definatly worth the read! i cant wait to see what happens next!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was awesome!!! I don't think it was the best of the clique series but it was good. Keep up the good work Lisi.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Absolutely awesome. I'm pretty sure it's not everyday you find a secret paradise room that was used as a bomb shelter, but it's what these girls do that makes it so enjoyable. It's everything you wish you could do but you're too afraid.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Im most like Kirsten. My education is really important to me just like her. I can really relate to Alicia because we have the same attitude basically.But then again I feel bad for Claire because she didn't really fit in with the group like her style and attitude was way off from Massie, Alicia, Kirsten, and Dylan.