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ISBN:
0316073954
Author:
Cecily von Ziegesar
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Poppy; 1 edition (June 1, 2010)
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240 pages
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it girl novels created by Cecily von Ziegesar . If you like the it girl, you may also enjoy: The Poseur series by Rachel Maude. Was she asleep right now? But no-a few seconds later, she heard the same noise again.

it girl novels created by Cecily von Ziegesar: The It Girl. The Secrets of My Hollywood Life series by Jen Calonita. She was on her feet before she knew she meant to move, drawn to the window by the irresistible force that always seemed to pull her to him, no matter what. She couldn’t see through the fog on the glass, so she wrenched the old, rattley window open and leaned out-.

Weren’t there warnings about him all over the girls’ bathroom stalls on the Waverly campus? . We make kind of a big deal out of it here, Lon Baruzza chimed in, training his dark eyes on Isla as if no other girl existed

Weren’t there warnings about him all over the girls’ bathroom stalls on the Waverly campus? Maybe across all of New York State? Why don’t you teach me everything you know about tying knots?  . We make kind of a big deal out of it here, Lon Baruzza chimed in, training his dark eyes on Isla as if no other girl existed. Did you do anything special last year? Heath asked, with emphasis on the word special.

Tinsley suffered no pangs of guilt whatsoever. Which American Girl doll threw up in here? I was thinking more like Disney Channel, Tinsley said, her hands on her hips as she slowly turned a circle in the center of the room. Picking up her fellow students’ trash for a month in the freezing cold because of Isla’s lies completely canceled out any wrongdoing she might commit today, she thought as she marched through the kitchen and headed directly across the first floor toward their real destination: Isla’s ground-floor bedroom. It was time to snoop. Her gaze drifted over the Waverly calendar on the wall to the antique dresser to Isla’s stack of schoolbooks on the rolltop desk.

Cecily von Ziegesar has written many more books such as, Gossip Girl . Classic is the last novel in the it girl novel written by Cecily von Ziegesar.

224 ISBN: 9780316073950. Imagine if you transferred to a different school and the first thing you had to go through is drama. In this last thrilling novel there were many changes among the characters, and more dramas than before. Oh no it's over! Through this whole challenge I have made my way through this 10 book series (THANK YOU uncommon letter :) ), and now I'm finally done.

Cecily Brooke von Ziegesar (/ˌvɒn zɪˈɡeɪzər/ VON zi-GAY-zər; born June 27, 1970) is an American author best known for the young adult Gossip Girl series of novels. Cecily von Ziegesar was born in New York City into a German noble family

Cecily Brooke von Ziegesar (/ˌvɒn zɪˈɡeɪzər/ VON zi-GAY-zər; born June 27, 1970) is an American author best known for the young adult Gossip Girl series of novels. Cecily von Ziegesar was born in New York City into a German noble family. She is the daughter of Franz Albrecht von Ziegesar, the CEO and Chairman of Bowne & C. and his second wife, Olivia James. She is the half-sister of writer Peter von Ziegesar

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It's almost Valentine's Day at Waverly Academy, and love is in the air...and in everyone's inboxes. Each year, The Waverly Computer Society runs Perfect Match, an online personality survey that pairs up Waverly Owls with their supposed soul mates. Now the campus is overrun with peculiar pairings, odd couples, and mischief makers hoping to play Cupid for a day. Jenny Humphrey is convinced she'll be paired with her adorable new boyfriend, Isaac Dresden. But when he starts acting skittish, she begins to wonder if he's her Perfect Match after all. Brett Messerschmidt and Tinsley Carmichael definitely aren't feeling the love this Valentine's Day: when Isla Dresden, Isaac's sister, steals Tinsley's thunder-and Brett's boyfriend-the two girls vow to plot their revenge. Callie Vernon is starting to wonder if a girl can have two soulmates. She's in love with both Easy Walsh and Brandon Buchanan, but on February 14th, she can only give one of them her heart. In this final dramatic It Girl novel, the Waverly Owls ponder an age-old question: is all really fair in love and war?
  • Skrimpak
good book. bought it on the kindle. interesting. definitely read the series. good teen girl book that will keep you interested in this as well as the entire series.
  • Mohn
I enjoyed reading this book. You learn some things about one of the character. The ending leaves you content about how things end up. It's worth buying and reading.
  • Silverbrew
I absolutely loved this book. Quite possibly the best in the series. I am so sorry to see that the series had ended, but the absolute best thus far. Pick up the book if you want to see what happens with you favorite characters (mines is Tinsley of course).
  • Ynye
Good book. It was in really good condition when i got it. I would definatly recomend it to family and friends.
  • Cordantrius
Be prepared, readers. CLASSIC, the tenth IT GIRL novel, is the final chapter in the series, according to the back of the book.

Jan Plan is ending and the gang at Waverly is finally coming off probation. After the crazy party that went totally awry at the Dean's house in the last novel, the students have basically been on house arrest with little contact between the sexes. The school term is just about to begin, and Valentine's Day is only a week away.

Waverly has an annual tradition of Perfect Match. Each student fills out a questionnaire and is paired with their "perfect match" for a week of games and activities, culminating in the Valentine's Ball. Of course, everyone expects to be paired with their ideal mate, but nothing ever goes as planned.

Tinsley gets paired with the male mirror image of herself. Brandon filled his questionnaire out the way he thought Callie would answer hers, only to find he's been paired with the most un-Callie girl on campus. Callie is torn between two boys, one of which wasn't supposed to be back at Waverly. Brett watches as her boyfriend flirts openly with Isla Dresden. And Jenny doesn't understand why Isaac Dresden pulls back every time Valentine's Day is mentioned.

CLASSIC is actually a little lighter in feel than some of the others in the series. Yes, there are the hijinks, crazy ups and downs in the romance department, and plotting and scheming. But with the "Perfect Match" story in the background, the mood is fluffier and more easy going.

I absolutely couldn't believe it when I read the back cover and saw that it said this was the final installment of the IT GIRL series. If you're like me, I found the series sinfully addicting and compulsively readable. I will miss all the drama at Waverly Academy. I'm sad to say goodbye to Jenny, Calllie, Brett, Tinsley and the rest of the gang. I felt like I knew them intimately.

But, on the other hand, I'm not fully convinced we won't be seeing them again sometime. The school year has ended, and Jenny has survived her first year at Waverly. Maybe in the future we'll see her returning to school for another year? One can hope.

Reviewed by: Jaglvr
  • Weetont
The It Girl novels 1-10 are numbered from 1 - best to 10 - worst, in my opinion. I usually find them a light, fun read aside from the hollow product placements, but although I know this stuff isn't supposed to be Shakespeare plot-wise, what drives me CRAZY is the lack of character consistency. A 'last book' is supposed to tie up loose ends and make you feel full and satisfied, like a cup of Les Mariages Freres Wedding Imperial tea. I hate how the books seem to forget what went on in other books: okay, so changing hair colour is forgivable but effing up plotlines is not. From simple things (Brett was not caught cheating in 'I Never') to the larger (we expound and invest in Tinsley and Julian's relationship for books and books to end up with...?) and so on and so forth. For all the series' breathy whispers of 'There can only be one It Girl...' the question is never answered. But at least that's some sort of consistency - we never found out who Gossip Girl was, either. Oh, and if you didn't hear me mention Jenny in my review, well, I actually didn't. I only ever read the books for the other characters - I couldn't give two number two's for Jenny, whose story is always the same. Falls for anybody who only LOOKS at her, then finds out it's a huge MISTAKE. Repeat. And again.

*ATTENTION: HERE BE SPOILERS, READ AT YOUR OWN PERIL!**

But for me, the most unforgivable sin is the fact that Brandon would end up with a frumpy girl he showed absolutely no inclination for except in the book's final few seconds, and not even try to MAKE HER OVER. Brandon has an entire Sephora plus OCD at his disposal, this would NEVER happen.
  • Elizabeth
I refuse to believe that Classic was the last one! THERE IS SO MUCH LEFT TO DISCUSS.

Definitely one of my favorites in the series. The It Girl series as a whole was my favorite, more so than Gossip Girl. I started reading It Girl in 2005, when the first book came out, and I kept up with each installment religiously, so I'm VERY disappointed that this was the last one. :(
This is for sure the worst book in the series,normally I can finish these books in a couple hours because they are hard to put down,but this one took a couple week. the only reason i read it was because i have read the whole seies. so,if you`ve followed the entire series it`s still a must read but definatly prepare for a disapointing end!!!!!