Madeline finished freshman year at Freeport Academy just as invisible as when she started. But after a summer in Italy with her sophisticated aunt, she returned as a sophomore with cool clothes, European attitude, and a hot new boyfriend, Thom.
Maddie's part of the in crowd . . . the Mosts. Her best friend, Caro? Most Beautiful. Her other friends, Fergie, Annie, and Selena? Most Stylish, Most Hilarious, and Most Hot, respectively. And Madeline? Most Popular. Her life is great.
While it lasted.
Now Thom's moved to California—so Maddie's no longer the girlfriend of a popular guy. The guy Caro likes only has eyes for Madeline—can you say social suicide? And a group of misfits at school are begging Madeline to help make them over.
Madeline knows there's a fine line between being a Most . . . and being a Not. She doesn't want her status to change . . . but what if she doesn't have a choice?
Fun summer fiction from Melissa Senate, THE MOSTS is sure to be a favorite among tweens and teens looking for a great beach read.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
|Publisher:||Random House Children's Books|
|Sold by:||Random House|
|File size:||2 MB|
|Age Range:||12 Years|
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I absolutely loved this book. It is one of my faves.<3
The writing was easy-going and comfortable. I did feel as if I were there with Madeline and her anxieties. She had a ton. I found the book to be completely enjoyable. Throughout we saw Madeline grow and become the her-ist her...finally loyal to herself and not her status. While aiding others with their confidence she took a look at her own and stood tall. I loved that. The book also had a familiar feel to me, who not only loves to read but also to watch movies. Part Mean Girls, part Can't buy Me Love, part Gidget...all great recognize yourself and rise above coming of age movies. Then there was the author's slight nod to her own favorite fan-dom in how she named the calves in the barn (Herminone and Weasley, eh?! Love that too.) Madeline's real friends - those that actually kind of bought her - did an equal job in making over Madeline as she did in boosting their own confidence and self-esteem. She didn't need much of a push though, she was not completely entrenched as her pseudo friends; she was always more like Sam in her sensibilities. There were a few times I wanted to give Madeline a good NCIS Jethro Gibbs smack to the head, but she actually did that herself. It was a good read.