Some girls will always have your back, and some girls can't help but stab you in it.Junior year, the suburbs of Philadelphia. Alex, Mollie and Veronica are those girls: they're the best of friends and the party girls of the school. But how well does everybody know them--and really, how well do... show more
Some girls will always have your back, and some girls can't help but stab you in it.Junior year, the suburbs of Philadelphia. Alex, Mollie and Veronica are those girls: they're the best of friends and the party girls of the school. But how well does everybody know them--and really, how well do they know one another? Alex is secretly in love with the boy next door and has j
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Can a book have negative stars? It's enough that I'm giving it 0 stars, but honestly I'd give it the lowest number of stars one could actually go because...ye gods. I don't know what to say. I seriously don't know what to say.This is one of those books where I feel I find it hard to put my thoughts ...
I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for the opportunity to read this book!Those Girls takes three incredibly unlikable characters, makes them "best friends," and then throws them all together into one spectacularly messed up boo...
Thank you, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers via Netgalley for providing me with a copy of this book! Those Girls is not for me. I tried over several weeks, but in the end, I had to give it up (around 73%). I know, that is actually pretty late in the game, but I kept hoping there’d be some red...
When I first got one of those 'Read Now for the first 1000 members' email from Netgalley for this title, I was quite excited. I never get those. So I went and downloaded the read it now option. Though adding it to my Goodreads page and seeing the huge amount of negative reviews for the title, my e...
I received an ecopy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.Lauren Saft’s "Those Girls" was disturbingly good! It was like “Mean Girls” met up with the cast of “Desperate Housewives”.There was so much drama going on amongst prep schoolers. It made me glad to no longer be a high s...
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