Cum Laude

Cum Laude

by Cecily von Ziegesar
3.6 43

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Cum Laude 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 43 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I did not like the gossip girl books but I LOVED this book! It was very different and refreshing. I could not put it down and I read it in one day.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Grace Vandewaul made a song called Gossip Girl. Her messages are good in her voice? Not so much. The first song is pretty good that she made. But the rest with her voice us bad. Ik wht yr thinking. That i couldnt write a song and play it. But i do. Im 13 and have made 2 songs with music a nd words. Im not famoys tho. The only way Grace git famous was cuz she performed on Britains got Talent. Im bit from Britaib btw. So yup all k had to say
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Walks in wearing a tight dress grabs a soda and scans room
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice..back messed up some
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anyguy up for me?
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Or not......
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Still here on our book knoxx.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sorry i gtg already :( ill b on tomarrow
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He sits in chains
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Toyz result one
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Walks in and sits down then strips feathereyes's clothes off then she strips his clothes off she lays down on her belly and he sits on top of her and puts his penis in her vj
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This book is about a group of people who are freshmen in college. They are going to a small arts college in Maine. In this book they discover that going to a small college in Maine is not all it is cut out to be. They easily become bored and experimented in everything that they were not allowed to do at home. The group mainly consists of two girls and two guys; Tom, Shipley, Eliza, and Max. Tom and Shipley are from the same kind of background. They both grew up in wealthy home, in ritzy neighborhoods; both were both close to each other. While Eliza and Max come from completely different "environments" than Tom and Shipley, and even each other. They all meet up on their freshmen orientation trip, and started hanging around each other. They became friends soon after. They experiment in drugs, alcohol, and sex. Their college experiences do not turn out to be what they expected. One literary device used in this book is alliteration, page 31.Throughout the book you meet a character named Patrick, he calls himself "Pink Patrick". He really liked pirates when he was younger and created a pirate name for himself. When he tells everyone he meets that his name is "Pink Patrick", just to see how they react. Similes are shown frequently throughout this book; my example is on page 105. "..the fading sun slid down the hill behind campus like a giant egg." I thought this was so cool. It is an example of personification also. It really let me picture what it looked like. Like I said earlier, there are many examples, but this one is my favorite? Symbolism is shown throughout the book. They always talk about a blue light on the church chapel. I think that this symbolizes a constant in their lives. They all have hectic lives since starting college and they can always look at that light and it is always there. The best part of this book, in my opinion, is the thought of these kids find who they are. All their lives they have lived a sheltered life by their parents and lifestyle. Now that are living on their own in college they can explore things they never thought they could. They do not have to worry about their parents disapproving of what they do. They take classes they never thought of taking, they made friends they never thought they'd meet, and they participated in things they never, ever, thought they would. Through all these experiences, they find what they truly love, and not just what their parents expect them to love. The worst part of this book would probably be all the obscene language. I personally do not mind obscene language, but I know that some people do. The book talks a lot about sex and drugs, and has a lot of cussing in it. A lot of people do not like to talk about those things in person, and do not like to read it either, but this book is full of it. I would absolutely, 100%, recommend this book. This is a really good book. It has conflict and lots of romance. This is a book centered towards teenage girls, so anyone else would not like this book. And people who do not like obscene language, reading about sex and drugs, would not like to read this book.
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DaniBell More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. I thought it was funny at times, sad at times, and somewhat unexpected. It was also very refreshing. Definetly not for prudish people. Lots of nakedness and drugs. I have read all.of the gossip girl books and this one is extremely different. Overall I really enjoyed it and would definetly recommend it!
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