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Massie Block Getting back into Octavian Country Day was a piece of sugar free cake compared to Massie's next goal finding the key that unlocks an ah mazing legendary secret room at OCD Alpha eighth grader Skye Hamilton and her clique have stashed the key in the bedroom of one mystery Briarwood boy but who? Whoever finds the key gets access to the secret room for an entire year and the prestige that comes along with it But what happens when LBR Layne seems to be getting closer? This is way than a matter of life or death it's a matter of in or outKristen Gregory Always been a star on the soccer field but her style gets majorly cramped when her friends are forced to join the team They better start kicking those soccer balls or Kristen's going to start kicking some Alicia Rivera Uses her skills as a gossip reporter to scheme her way into the rooms of all the Briarwood hottiesDylan Marvil Heard depression makes people lose weight Is hoping for some sad news soon because she's popping donut holes the way some people pop Tic TacsClaire Lyons Being famous isn't all it's cracked up to be Her agent confiscates her gummies and forces her to do some very bad things to make her edgy Worst of all her constant meetings with lawyers and movie execs are eating into her time with the PC and with Cam Is being a Hollywood starlet worth the Gucci high price tag?


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    So having read seven Clique books it's only fair that I leave a review My first impression of this series was that it was a fun pseudo gossip girl that I could enjoy while waiting for my ankle to heal Well it was fun and it's grown on me The first book seemed like a very serious attempt at classifying every Westchesterite as either snobby and rich or snobby and pretentious Massie being the worst of them all But after a while the stories focused less on the nose jobs and cars and on the girls who actually have VERY rich characters They are all equally well rounded and I would enjoy following their stories individually And then I realized something that I can't believe I didn't notice at first I lived this Yes while going to an all girls prep school and worrying everyday about your outfit and the cost of your manicure it was significantly less glamorous it was also quite as real as Harrison describes it And after I got over my initial upset at having my county described so flippantly lol I enjoyed the story which took me back to the days when LBR was in fact a classification that was feared like the plague and you were judged by the car your driver came to pick you up in Such little bratlings we were our biggest worry where we would go away to that summer But the best part of these books would have to be Lisi Harrison's engaging rhetoric It's real and funny and you feel like you're sitting in Massie's iPad with the girls and making lists about what to wear in the new school year This was fun and I'm going to check out the movie since apparently I can't seem to get enough