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Clique #03: Revenge of the Wannabes by Lisi Harrison
Clique #03: Revenge of the Wannabes

xoxo_pinkhearts_xoxo, March 31, 2009

First of all, I LOVE this series so much I am absoulutly addicted. While reading this book, I got really mad because Alicia starts her own clique, and I love Massie and her clique. But now that I think about it, it was really interesting for her to start her own clique. And you also see another side of Massie when she starts reading this "be nice" book and she's all nice to other people. Its really sweet! I love this series and all the books (even though I have only read 4) and I highly recommened it!
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Twilight (Twilight Saga #1) by Stephenie Meyer
Twilight (Twilight Saga #1)

xoxo_pinkhearts_xoxo, March 31, 2009

This book is sooooooooooooo anoying the craaaaaaaaappppppppp out of me i mean seriously at first i liked it but now its just getting nausiating!!! my friend emma has read each book three times breaking dawn four and right now shes reading twilight again for the fourth time! im serious this book is seriously like a drug to her she wont quit stephenie meyer should be sued!!! for making people addicted when its not even that good!! and also the fact is that this book is sick and disgusting when you think about it shes marrying a 100 year old thats goes the only thing thats seperating him from some acient person is that he doesnt look like it!!! he totally acts like one!! she should be with jacob whos her age. the characters are also soooo unrealistic and the plot sucks. the book is also saying that teenager pregnancy and mirrage at 18 years old is okay when its totally not! oh yeah, and its been comfirmed that robert pattinson, the actor who plays edward, does not take showers according to an article and he is on drugs.
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