But for the first time, I've despised her despite her past. I can't wait for the last book because if Lisi Harrison can make me feel good about reading a Clique novel again, I'm sure the last book will be as good as this one. This book was extremely well written as is all her books. And I call that justice! Nothing ever sticks with this brat. It wasn't really much like a clique book. But what happens when she sees the cuh-yutest pair of Ralph Lauren sunglasses? I grew a little bit closer to Massie as tragedy hits, and she breaks down a bit. It opens a dialogue about fitting in and what lengths girls will go to be popular.
Kristen Gregory: Is sick of being the only poor girl in Westchester. However, I'm so glad that Massie finally had a mature conversation with a boy she's crushing on. Alicia Rivera: Promised her parents she wouldn't shop at awl between Thanksgiving and Christmas. It made everything so easier! She's not sure she wants to go to war with Massie, but after Massie starts it, there's no way she's backing down. Then come Monday morning, Massie stays home claiming 'bad sushi' since her clothes went missing and stayed in for the rest of the day.
I liked this book because when a best friend does you wrong, you want to get revenge because your only thinking about how you feel, but not how the other person will feel once you get your revenge. I have loved all of the books starting from Boy r' Us, because they have included more of Kristen, which is one of my favorite characters, Massie would follow next. Not that shed ever admit it, but shes nervous! The only guy she's every lip-kissed was Derrington, a guy her age! The alpha may have exterminated Claire's social life, but what goes around comes around. Some strengths that the book had, was strong vocabulary, and dialouge. I get it, many have real-life situations with friends, boys, school, and family, but who can relate to middle schoolers who live in mansions, have their own credit cards, drivers, maids, and massage therapists? It took a miracle to bring the Pretty Committee together-or rather, one miraculous-and fabulous-New Year's Eve party. So now she has to move in with Claire.
The one thing I liked about these books before was that they weren't cliche. The raid is on, and it won't be over until the fat ladybug sings. These girls First world problems were crazy. To add on top of her stress, Massie's parents go out of town and all of her credit cards get declined at the mall. Massie can't believe Claire and her new friends. But, I still find the Clique series really funny. I felt that by 70% of the book it should have ended.
Enter Claire Lyons, the new girl from Florida in Keds and two-year-old Gap overalls, who is clearly not Clique material. With such realistic outcomes such as bullying and finical difficulties in this book, there are people that can relate and some who know every brand name that Lisi happens to jot down. The alpha may have exterminated Claires social life, but what goes around comes around. To view it, I was surprised by how interesting this book was. The one left standing will win worldwide fame. The boy was reaching out to her From the beginning I've sympathized with Massie. To distract herself, Massie focuses on getting revenge on Claire for ditching the Pretty Committee.
All in all, you'll find yourself saying Eh-Ma-Gawd with a gaping mouth when you read this novel, in shock of what happened and smile knowing that true friends are out there, even if you give them a fake lice scare. But misery loves company, and maybe, just maybe, she won't be the only broke member of the Pretty Committee for long. Claire has moved on, and has ditched the Pretty Committee. Claire and Massie continue their battle but with undertones of friendship. I want happy endings for everyone, but that doesn't always happen, so we'll see.
This book places values on the wrong things although the series started out satirically. Sure, the plot was sort of shallow. Massie makes up pretty cruel lies about Claire, but Claire in the end pretty much is forgiving and kind. This is one of the many book I have read from the Clique Series By: Lisi Harrison, her books are amazing and you just can't stop reading once you start. So I just read this book and my mind is still reeling from what happened.
Massie wanted revenge on Claire for ditching her but Claire refused Massie to treat her like a child. But all and all if you like the Clique books you should read read My Little Phony If you have read the other Clique books, you will know Lisi Harrison is an amazing author. It's been many years since I have read one of these books, but decided since I have so many students back into them this year, and I hadn't finished the series, I should know what they're reading. Now one of their own exposes the private entries. I am leaking these because I'm tired and I know you are too.
High and felt more relatable to the girls. At the end of the book, Massie had to cope as Todd nearly gave her a social death by telling everyone she's poor. An all-expenses-paid trip to the Spanish Riviera. But, if no one wins, can they forgive and forget? Claire Lyons: When Massie scares off her new drama friends with a fake-lice scare, Claire decides she's done letting Massie bully her. Not that she'd ever admit it, but she's nervous! The only guy she's every lip-kissed was Derrington, a guy her age! She just couldn't tell her friends. Claire Lyons: When Massie scares off her new drama friends with a fake-lice scare, Claire decides she's done letting Massie bully her. The books weaknesses, is that the plot, and story line, was very weak, compared to Lisi Harrison's other stories.
Dylan Marvil: After going overboard at the Westchester Mall, Dylan isnt worried about the size of her clothes. Are the Blocks the mob and Massie the Godfather? My Little Phony reminded me why I first loved this series anyway. A lot of gross out humor. Not the only guy if you count her dad. And, two more surprises, her parents are going to the Bahamas, and Massie has to live with Kuh-laire.