Publish date: October 11th 2012
Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK
Pages no: 195
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
, School Stories
, Boarding School
Series: Private (#1)
I have only one word for it and that's DISAPPOINTING. This book let me down and the worst part is that I wanted to read it for so long and after failing to download it, I happened to find it in a book store and I was ECSTATIC because I expected something great from the author who gave us Megan Mead ...
I fell in love with this book (and all those that followed) right from the start! The plot was very original and being a Connecticut native, I loved that it took place in Easton, CT. There was never a dull moment while reading, I always kept wanting to turn the page to see what would happen next. ...
Also find this review on - Don't Stop Readin'Given the fact that I’m reviewing the first book in the series after finishing 12 of them, my opinions might be a bit biased changed now. But I’ll try to capture what I felt after reading it back then as much as I can.So, in my opinion Private was awful. ...
I really didn't like this book. For a number of reasons. PlotThe protagonist, Reed Brennan, a girl from a lower-class suburb, is accepted and receives a scholarship to Easton, an upper-class, rich-kid prep school. Upon arriving, Reed easily sees she doesn't fit in; this school is much tougher than s...
Orignal Post: http://thoughtsofamadhatter.blogspot.com/2011/04/private-private-1-by-kate-brian.htmlI won this book on Misha Fitt's Book Bitts. I had never heard of the series before and thought it should very fun and interesting. However, even though it was a good read nothing very interesting happe...
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