For reigning popularity queen Hamilton Best, the very idea of graduation is filled with fear. She's always been the star of Fidelity High's most exclusive clique, idolized for her perfection and her fabulous parties—you know you're "in" when you make Hamilton's guest list. As high school draws to... show more
For reigning popularity queen Hamilton Best, the very idea of graduation is filled with fear. She's always been the star of Fidelity High's most exclusive clique, idolized for her perfection and her fabulous parties—you know you're "in" when you make Hamilton's guest list. As high school draws to a close, Hamilton is about to lose everything that makes her who she is. To make matters worse, the clique is slowly coming apart at the seams. Although the hand-picked members—Olivia, Zelda, Nordica, and Shelly—all have their own agendas, desires, and secrets, they do have one thing in common: they're desperate to break away from Hamilton. Yet Hamilton has the biggest and most shocking secret of all, one that only her devoted boyfriend Alex knows. If the truth got out, it would completely destroy her fragile world. And she'll do anything to keep that from happening.
Publish date: May 8th 2011
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications
Pages no: 327
Edition language: English
At first glance and after reading the blurb, this book comes across as a typical high school drama – complete with Barbie girls, bitchy girls, drama and romance.Hamilton Best is the Queen Bee of her school. She had personally picked each member of her clique. But with High school coming towards an e...
You may think this is one of those typical school-popular-girls books. Well, wait till you get to know the "secret". This book is told in to parts. Wherein part one, we get to read the different perspective of the different parts of the Clique. Trust me, while reading their thoughts, you could reall...
I didn't really know what to expect when I started this book, but I really liked what I got. Sometimes books about high school popularity can come off really shallow, but that is definitely not he case with this one. I really liked Alex in this book. I like how we get to see him through all of the g...