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Besides all that, I thought this book was really fun to read, too.
This book was fine but left me feeling a little dirty, like I was reading about the salacious "true" stories of soap opera characters.
Not being Greek it is hard for Robbins to understand the stuggle between what a sorority was created for and why many girls join.
Enjoyed reading this book and following the characters through a year of sorority
Life both the good and the bad
First, a disclaimer: I was in one of the biggest NPC sororities 30 years ago at a large northeastern university, so my experiences weren't the same, I definitely had a much tamer... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Metalmynx
The only "secret" to be learned from this drivel is how did this book get published in the first place. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Joanne Kalos
It was interesting. It was very different from the experiences I have had in a sorority, but it was entertaining at least.Published 10 months ago by katie
I wish I would of read this before I started the rush process at school. This would of been very helpful. Than again I wonder how much her experience was real.Published 11 months ago by EM
The book is not written very well, but some of the information is interesting - especially if you haven't been in a sororityPublished 12 months ago by Mary Elizabeth
I have mixed feelings about this book. I'm a sucker for an exposé, even if it is sensationalized a little bit. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Tiffani
This was one of the most inaccurate portrayals of Greek Life I've ever read. Had it been satirical, then that would be one thing; however, the author was clearly trying to... Read morePublished 14 months ago by samibaby12
This book, while it claims to seek out the non-stereotypical girls, was the most stereotyped book I've ever read. It was almost painful to read, much like reading a textbook. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Brooks