All That Glitters Is Not Gucci (Poseur Series #4)

All That Glitters Is Not Gucci (Poseur Series #4)

by Rachel Maude, Compai
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All That Glitters Is Not Gucci (Poseur Series #4) by Rachel Maude, Compai

Feuds. Dudes. Attitudes. You're not wearing that, are you?

Hipster bible Nylon magazine plans to feature Winston Prep's exclusive-icious POSEUR label in its "20 under 20" fashion issue. But only one of the 20 designers gets to outfit the cover model. Is ghetto-fabulous Melissa the only one in POSEUR's freakishly fabulous foursome who's paying attention? They say the course of true love never did run smooth, and with Janie, Charlotte, and Petra each chasing the dragon of her own romantic bonfire, it's going to take a miracle--or something hysterical--to get all the POSEUR girls present and accounted for. Photo shoooot! Or you're dead.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780316072359
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Publication date: 05/26/2010
Series: Poseur Series , #4
Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 12 - 17 Years

About the Author

Rachel Maude grew up in Hollywood, California, where she studied illustration at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts. She attended UCLA and received a Masters in Dramatic Writing from the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU.


Rachel Maude grew up in Hollywood, California, where she studied illustration at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts. She attended UCLA and received a Masters in Dramatic Writing from the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU.

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All That Glitters Is Not Gucci (Poseur Series #4) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Charlotte and Jake try to work out what happened to their relationship when she caught him kissing Nikki at Poseur's launch party. They still have feelings for eachother, but after their dramatic breakup, Charlotte does not want to look bad if she takes him back. Petra and Paul are really happy but then Paul weirds out (again, read the book!) and Melissa is just swamped trying to perfect things. The shout-outs to specific high schools, local haunts, neighborhoods, and haircuts that occupy them made me laugh out loud just about every other page. I totally recommend this book to anyone who has ever been or someday plans to be sixteen years old.  Great book, enjoyable dialogue and fun story-line.  
Brianna_Cruz More than 1 year ago
This was another fabulous novel by Rachel Maude, but it was short. There were not as much drawings as I wanted to see. But other then that it made me laugh just like the first three novels had. The thing that happened between Janie and Evan broke my heart. And I loved the realism of what happened. And how everything had tied in together so wonderfully. All of the miscommunication was written wonderfully, very understandable. I like how Janie went wild for just a second because it is realistic. Every good girl has to break free but then regret it sometime. I felt bad for Petra, she is able to change Paul Elliot Miller. That is so funny. But I guess you can call this novel Short and Sweet.
lexi1001 More than 1 year ago
I absolutley adore this series. It's a book not really about the plot but more about how the story is written. Rachel Maude is SUCH a good writer. She writes down the great little details in the most entertaining way. She always makes her stories amusing and her character devlopement is excellent. I always look forward to these books because they're such a distraction from everyday life. She captures the essecence of teen drama and romance in fun novels that have really cool drawings that hype up the story. I normally don't like re-reading books but with this series I've made an exception. I probably have read the 1st and 3rd books at least eight times. I would definitley recommend this book to anyone who wants a fun read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have loved this series from the beginning. The complexity and hilarity of these four girls and how they were ultimately strewn together from a class project. They've made me so mad and so happy at the same time. But I felt like this book didn't have much of a point, and it repeats itself. *spoiler* Janie drinks beer and because of her acne medication accidentally hooks up with some random guy, all the while Evan (SWOON) is watching, very similar to what Jake went through with Nikki "Dogfish" Pellegrini. A lot of story lines didn't get wrapped up and left me a little confused and annoyed. I still love the Poseur series, but it did not go out with the bang I was hoping for.
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Miss_Scarlett13 More than 1 year ago
I've read the entire poseur series, so I was, of course, surprised when I read this. It had no true plot line to speak of and didn't have the same humor as the previous books. It also seemed to focus less on fashion, which is supposed to be the theme of the book, and more of the love lives of the characters. The end was the only part that really kept with the idea of the entire series. Also, it was way to like the first book. *note: spoiler coming* Like when Janie got drunk because of her meds and kissed another guy and Evan just so happened to see it was almost exactly like the first book when Jake kissed Nikki. It wasn't really that memorable and didn't have the same fun that the other books do. I have to say that I was extremely dissapointed with this book.
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Corley Frierson More than 1 year ago
Im confused the idea of the book was good but how it came out kinda confused me and is there gonna be another book cause the way she ended it there like has to be i mean there are so many unanswered questions that it kind of ruined the book for me am i just weird or is there anyone else who felt this way