Break Every Rule: An Insiders Novel

Break Every Rule: An Insiders Novel

by J. Minter

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ISBN-13: 9781619630147
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA
Publication date: 06/11/2012
Series: Insiders
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 256
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

J. Minter grew up in New York City and attended Columbia University. He is the author of The Insiders series, and lives in TriBeCa, in New York City.

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Break Every Rule (Insiders Series #4) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
jaggirl53 on LibraryThing 22 days ago
I liked this book. Johnathan goes crazy and gets mean, not like him! David becomes a follower. Arno gets cocky. Mickey finds out the truth about Philippa and why she can't be with him anymore.
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TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
This is the fourth novel in the INSIDERS series, which has yet to disappoint! I love the crazy antics of the boys (and their girlfriends); I just wonder if there is really a group of New York boys this crazy!

Mickey gets into some interesting forms of photography -- put it that way! He even comes up with a crazy way to get all of his friends into it. David begins dating Philippa again, but then something comes out about her. Arno is putting all of his energy into being the Hottest Private School Boy (Who I personally think should be Patch, but what do I know?). Patch is looking for what completes him, which may by one of the many girls of his past. Can you guess who? Jonathan is going out with Flan (Where did her parents come up with that name?).

There are some very interesting things that happen to the boys, such as partying too hard (as usual) and some thievery. No one wants a backstabbing friend. Here's a clue: the person hangs out with the Insiders but is not well liked by them. Read the book to find out all the hot gossip on the hottest guys around.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Bread Every Rule ROCKS! This is the fourth book in the insiders series and it is as good as the when you first fell in love with the insiders. J is dealing with his girl and his guys, will he give up on his friends or his girl? Patch is tring to find what completes him, is it a girl? Can Arno handdle even more attention? Are Mickey and Phillpa really over? Will David ever find his dream girl? What will happen after all the drama and will the insiders survive? READ THIS BOOK!!!!!!! It will change your life.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the fourth novel in the INSIDERS series, which has yet to disappoint! I love the crazy antics of the boys (and their girlfriends) I just wonder if there is really a group of New York boys this crazy! Mickey gets into some interesting forms of photography -- put it that way! He even comes up with a crazy way to get all of his friends into it. David begins dating Philippa again, but then something comes out about her. Arno is putting all of his energy into being the Hottest Private School Boy (Who I personally think should be Patch, but what do I know?). Patch is looking for what completes him, which may by one of the many girls of his past. Can you guess who? Jonathan is going out with Flan (Where did her parents come up with that name?). There are some very interesting things that happen to the boys, such as partying too hard (as usual) and some thievery. No one wants a backstabbing friend. Here¿s a clue: the person hangs out with the Insiders but is not well liked by them. Read the book to find out all the hot gossip on the hottest guys around. **Reviewed by: Taylor Rector
Guest More than 1 year ago
I enjoy reading the insiders because it is like gossip girl, only with boys as the main characters. I find it interesting to see how boys think and act. However, in this book, the guys acted like whiney girls and at times I was very annoyed with the story. Although, it was a quick, fun read and I still plan on reading the next insiders book.