WELCOME to Sweet Valley High—a world of good girls and bad girls, hot boys with fast cars, perfect tans and natural highlights . . . all under the Southern California sun. Twin girls, identical in every way—yet they couldn’t be more different. Jessica Wakefield is used to getting what she... show more
WELCOME to Sweet Valley High—a world of good girls and bad girls, hot boys with fast cars, perfect tans and natural highlights . . . all under the Southern California sun.
Twin girls, identical in every way—yet they couldn’t be more different. Jessica Wakefield is used to getting what she wants—at school, with her friends, and especially with boys—and she’ll stop at nothing to get it. Elizabeth Wakefield is used to letting her twin sister have her way.
There’s not much that’s worth fighting her over—lost earrings can be replaced, petty problems can be resolved, and rampant rumors can be doused like a fire. But when it comes to Todd Wilkins, Liz isn’t so sure she should step aside and make way for Jessica. This time, Jessica Wakefield is going to have some competition—from her own sister.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 1984-09-01
Publisher: Bantam Books
Pages no: 182
Edition language: English
Series: Sweet Valley High (#1)
Hoo boy! did teenage me have some bad taste in books. I saw this yesterday in a Free Little Library and couldn't resist finding out how it would read now. It's pretty awful; what was teenage me thinking?? The characters were so cardboard: Jessica is the vain, selfish, shallow, 'evil' twin; El...
Romance Bingo square - Twins Oh, Sweet Valley High, how I adored you back in the late 1980s and through the 1990s! The twins, their family and friends, the town of Sweet Valley, California was everything I had hoped my teen years would be. My favorite twin was Elizabeth; she was good and kind and ...
OK, I have read many of the Sweet Valley High books, but I'm too lazy to go through and mark all the ones I've read. Let's just say they are all quick reads without redeeming value except entertainment purposes. I read them throughout elementary school and middle school.
If I was younger, I would perhaps liked it better. P.S. Jessica is terrible!
Well, that was.. interesting.