The A-List #8: Heart of Glass: An A-List Novel [NOOK Book]

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The New York Times bestselling series about the scandalous lives of rich and famous teens in Beverly Hills, California.

High school is officially over and that means one thing for the A-List: time to party! But the celebration is cut short when unlikely pair Anna and Cammie find themselves in an even more unlikely situation--caught trespassing on a celeb's beach estate--and are forced to don steel handcuffs along with their Tiffany tennis ...
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The A-List #8: Heart of Glass: An A-List Novel

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Overview

The New York Times bestselling series about the scandalous lives of rich and famous teens in Beverly Hills, California.

High school is officially over and that means one thing for the A-List: time to party! But the celebration is cut short when unlikely pair Anna and Cammie find themselves in an even more unlikely situation--caught trespassing on a celeb's beach estate--and are forced to don steel handcuffs along with their Tiffany tennis bracelets. Luckily, the girls are spared a summer stuck in tacky orange jumpsuits when their hotshot lawyer lands them a cushy community service gig: helping plan a fabulous charity fashion show! But while it may seem like a plush job, Anna and Cammie are in for a challenge. Can the girls handle the pressure of the vicious fashion world? Or will they fall to pieces faster than a cheap Louis Vuitton knockoff?
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Anna Percy loves bracelets, but uncomfortable steel handcuffs are definitely not her style. Her high school graduation festivities are abruptly terminated when she and Cammie find themselves arrested for criminal trespass. Fortunately, her Dream Team defense gets her off with a cushy community service gig: She and her gal pal are sentenced to plan a charity fashion show. Zoey Dean's well-coiffed A-List Series continues its hip chic run.
Children's Literature - Heather Robertson Mason
Designer clothes, expensive cars, champagne, and Tiffany jewelry. The teenagers in this story are rich and spoiled but, in the end, good at heart. Annie and Cammie are not really friends; they are only connected through mutual pal Sam. When the two of them are caught trespassing, they are forced to perform community service. Of course in this world of glamour, that means they help out with a charity fashion show. In between choosing outfits, selecting models, and drinking champagne, they meet Champagne, a teen from the opposite life. When clothing starts to go missing and Champagne is accused of stealing, the two girls band together to find the real thief. The main star of this book is the lifestyle: rich teens spending a lot of money. There is only the glimmer of a lesson at the end, and many of the side stories are left unresolved. Despite these flaws, girls will love this book. They will treat it like a good piece of gossip. Reviewer: Heather Robertson Mason
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780316041614
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
  • Publication date: 8/1/2008
  • Series: A-List , #8
  • Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 212,592
  • Age range: 15 - 18 Years
  • File size: 284 KB

Meet the Author

Zoey Dean's A-List is a national bestselling series. She divides her time between Beverly Hills and several small islands in the Caribbean. She is currently working on her next juicy A-List novel, at an undisclosed location.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    UNFORGETABLE

    After the first book in this series, it is my favorite and I loved it. I think it is really never ending drama and the writer is pulling you through the book. I am scared about what will happen to ben and Anna. She is "dating" Caine and Ben, but i know that Anna and Ben are meant for eachother. Cammie will go after Ben for sure, even though Adam still has a chance to come back, I don't think he wil make it bac in time for Cammie. I think Sam and her boyfriend are perrrrfect, and a little surprise in store for the next book. I hope you love the book as much as I did.

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  • Posted October 31, 2008

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    Reviewed by Randstostipher "tallnlankyrn" Nguyen for TeensReadToo.com

    In the last book in the A-LIST series (AMERICAN BEAUTY), the gang had finally graduated while discovering some juicy secrets. Cammie had discovered more information on what really happened to her mother. Sam was finally reunited with Eduardo, and Anna met Caine, who was nothing like her boyfriend, Ben. And Ben's dirty little secret wasn't a secret any longer. <BR/><BR/>The A-Listers are back again in HEART OF GLASS, and this time with a little twist. <BR/><BR/>Anna and Cammie have to work together - that's right, together - on a charity fashion show. But they got off easy, since this little community service project was the result of getting caught trespassing on a celebrity's estate. No worries, these two can work together, right? <BR/><BR/>Anna and Caine are getting a little closer, while Ben doesn't seem to worry so much. While Adam and Cammie are trying to make things work, we're hoping that opposites really do attract. Sam is still trying to adjust to living with Poppy, and maybe trying to get rid of her at the same time, while making sure nothing goes wrong with her and Eduardo. And Dee, well, she's Dee, trying to get back on her feet. <BR/><BR/>The gang is back and it's going to be one sizzling summer. <BR/><BR/>Eighth in the series, HEART OF GLASS is still filled with secrets, lies, and plenty of drama. The best thing about this series is that the material is never old and it still keeps you guessing and on the edge of your seat. The cast is still great and you just love Anna more and more after each book. Lets just say that HEART OF GLASS is more appealing than another episode of a certain teen drama on a new network - at least I'm experiencing something I haven't seen before!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2013

    Loved this part

    "Love him fiercely but not with all your heart . Save a piece of it for yourself" from the letter from Cammie's mom i thaught it was sweet

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  • Posted January 2, 2012

    Highly Recommended

    Heart of Glass A-List Novel#8 By: Zoey Dean Publisher: Little, Brown, and Company ISBN: 0-316-01096-0 Rating: Absolutely Amazing! ¿Heart of Glass¿ blew me away; it was by far the best book in the series yet. To start with, the cover pulled me in. It is very colorful and has a Cinderella feel to it, with a very pretty girl in a green corseted dress walking barefoot down a staircase. The book had quite a few elements that the others lacked. This one showed new sides to characters that I think a lot of readers have been longing to see. It had very touching moments. Which I will discuss later in this review, but this book was truly an enjoyment to read. It was a very fast read, once I started it I couldn¿t put it down. ¿Heart of Glass¿ has very memorable characters and very memorable scenes. In this volume we follow the outrageously different group of characters in their first summer after graduating high school. Some pretty unbelievable and amazing things happen to all of them as well as some pretty terrible things. Anna and Cammie find themselves in some legal trouble, that even the most expensive lawyer cannot get them out of without doing community service. However if you are thinking orange jumpsuits and picking up garbage on the side of the road for these two fashionistas, you are very mistaken. Even these girls¿ punishments are glamorous. They end up helping to organize a charity fashion show, for a charity called New Visions to help at risk teens set their lives on the right track. It seems to be a pretty cushion filled job for Cammie and Anna but there are lots of twists and turns that could very well knock these girls right off their extremely expensive stilettos. Cammie and Anna surprisingly got along in this book for the most part and end up helping each other out a lot through this book. Anna brings out the good side in Cammie and Cammie brings out the wild side in Anna. The girls bonded over helping one New Visions girl, Champagne reach her dream of being a model. Although the question is after the fashion show is over will Anna and Cammie go back to hating each other? Sam is back with Eduardo and couldn¿t be happier except she is convinced that Poppy, her stepmother is cheating on her father. So she asked Parker to help her bust Poppy in exchange for three scenes in her father¿s new movie Ben-Hur; but how far will she go to take Poppy down and will it be worth it? Dee and Jack are getting serious, a little too serious for either of them to handle but when another guy, Aaron moves in on Dee with Jack fight to make it work or just let Dee go? Anna was so sure she was done with Ben in the end of the last book, but Ben isn¿t nearly done with Anna. He is planning to wait around until she comes to her senses, even though she¿s dating someone else who is covered in tattoos. But when Anna finds out some possibly incriminating information about Caine will she go running back to Ben? Cammie is tired of being put on the back burner for Adam¿s precious Michigan. It will only be a matter of time before Cammie¿s horns start to poke out again and demand attention. ¿Heart of Glass¿ showed a new dimension to the A-List characters. I can honestly say that I fell in love with this book. Just when I thought I had something all figured out, I was thrown for another loop, some parts I was so shocked that I couldn¿t even put it into words and other times the brilliance in the scenes just blew me away. I have loved this series

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2008

    A reviewer

    High School is finally over but the celebration has to stop because Anna and Cammie get caught trespassing on enemy grounds. They are sentenced to community service, but for Beverly Hills A-Listers that doesn¿t mean picking up trash on the highway. That means helping out with a charity fashion show. This is where Cammie and Anna meet Champagne, an at risk girl in the program. The event planner is very cautious of Champagne because she was accused of stealing a Rittenhouse dress. The night of the show approaches and oh no another dress is missing and it is Champagne who is accused. But it is Anna who find the culprit Mister Rittenhouse, the designer. This book shows that you cannot judge someone unless you know who they are. This was a great book, I couldn¿t put it down and I finished it in one night.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 22, 2007

    a good book

    this book was good and the rest of the series was good too....they should make the book a show like gossip girl

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 14, 2007

    reviewer

    i hope ben and anna stay together i think they are wayy better together than anna and caine. i also think the book is more fun to read when they are together!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 22, 2007

    Courtesy of Teens Read Too

    In the last book in the A-LIST series (AMERICAN BEAUTY), the gang had finally graduated while discovering some juicy secrets. Cammie had discovered more information on what really happened to her mother. Sam was finally reunited with Eduardo, and Anna met Caine, who was nothing like her boyfriend, Ben. And Ben¿s dirty little secret wasn¿t a secret any longer. The A-Listers are back again in HEART OF GLASS, and this time with a little twist. Anna and Cammie have to work together - that's right, together - on a charity fashion show. But they got off easy, since this little community service project was the result of getting caught trespassing on a celebrity¿s estate. No worries, these two can work together, right? Anna and Caine are getting a little closer, while Ben doesn¿t seem to worry so much. While Adam and Cammie are trying to make things work, we're hoping that opposites really do attract. Sam is still trying to adjust to living with Poppy, and maybe trying to get rid of her at the same time, while making sure nothing goes wrong with her and Eduardo. And Dee, well, she¿s Dee, trying to get back on her feet. The gang is back and it¿s going to be one sizzling summer. Eighth in the series, HEART OF GLASS is still filled with secrets, lies, and plenty of drama. The best thing about this series is that the material is never old and it still keeps you guessing and on the edge of your seat. The cast is still great and you just love Anna more and more after each book. Lets just say that HEART OF GLASS is more appealing than another episode of a certain teen drama on a new network - at least I'm experiencing something I haven¿t seen before! **Reviewed by: Randstostipher 'tallnlankyrn' Nguyen

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 13, 2007

    a really good book

    This book was really good. I cant belive that cammie would do that to adam, and anna wants to date ben and caine, at the same time. I wonder if cammie would really go after ben,again? Im so excited to see what happens in the next book!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2007

    Some might like it hot, but this is not-so-hot

    The A-List series have sort of spiraled down, from great to not so hot. But this installment was okay. It was better than the last one. It was pretty boring, and I think Anna should make up her mind. But it ended on an interesting note, and i hope the next book will be better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2007

    A reviewer

    Okay I'm just gonna tell the truth here: This book was the worst book out of the entire series..and I loved all the other books but for some reason Zoey Dean's writing seems to be getting worse. I mean the plot sucked, she can't be that desperate for a story line that she has to be making her characters seem like idiots. Anna getting community service? It wouldn't have happened in real life, all she did was accidentally trespass. And if it did happen then she wouldn't be FORCED to do a fashion show because that is like THE worst punishment. NOT. Lastly and worst Anna would never and should never date two guys at the same time. Make up your mind!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 9, 2007

    well...

    this book was not as good as the beginning books. I loved Anna in the books and i doubt she would see two guys at once. And whos punishment for trespassing is a charity fashion show. Honestly. I hope the nnext book is tn time better.'crossed fingers'.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2007

    Ok installment

    This book was ok. I believe that this was the worst installment of the A-List series. I hate who Anna is dating both Caine and Ben. I think she should just pick Ben before Cammie take him. The next book is going to be great if Adam doesnt come back and Cammie goes after Ben.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 31, 2007

    The BEST

    This was my favorite book out of the whole A-list series! I can't wait until the next book comes out! I hope Anna and Ben stay together all the way to the end!=)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2007

    Great!

    This one was my favorite out of the whole seris!! Cammie was nice ofr a change and Champange was so sweet! Anna and Sam were great too!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2007

    AMAZING!!

    the book was amazing!! I can't believe that we have to wait till september to find out what happens between ben, anna, and caine and also between cammie and adam. ben and anna better stay together or i am gonna be so upset. But overall the book was AMAZING!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 9, 2007

    A reviewer

    i relly liked this one..

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2007

    luv it

    omg, i hope that anna and ben stay together if they don't then i'm going to like stop, i was soooo sad and the end of american beauty because anna and ben were not together!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2007

    Good

    I thought it was good. I hope Cammie and Adam stay together!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2007

    ah-mazing

    ehmahgod i luvvvvv this series. it is so entertaining. i highly recomend reading this series.

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