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Product Details

  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Poppy; First Edition edition (November 1, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0316011878
  • ISBN-13: 978-0316011877
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.8 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #227,738 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Cecily von Ziegesar is the creator of the #1 bestselling Gossip Girl and #1 bestselling It Girl novels. She has always lived in New York City.

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A writer who is definitely of the world about which she writes--she attended a fancy Manhattan prep school and lived to tell all about it. She walks the walk and talks the talk, so her characters and their conversations and antics ring completely true.

Customer Reviews

I will deffanitly read all the books in the series.
K. Mantych
It makes you excited to get the next book and the next and a little sad when it all ends.
Net76
It's a typical book for teenage girls aged 14 up till, well let's say, 20.
Corinne

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Format: Paperback
When Jenny Humphrey arrived at Waverly Academy, the Waverly Owls had one thing on their minds, discussing the new girl and her voluptuous body. Jenny, on the other hand, had something quite different on her mind, creating a reputation for herself entirely different from the one she had earned back in Manhattan. Here in Upstate New York, the petite sophomore has managed to catch the eye of three of the hottest guys on campus, kissed two of them - quite passionately, I might add - and had the privilege of making one of them her boyfriend: the artistic, adorable, oft-times brooding, Easy Walsh. The Kentucky-native is just the type of guy Jenny has always wanted, and Easy can't keep his eyes off her. Too bad his eyes should have been on someone else - namely, his girlfriend, the waif-like, shopaholic Callie Vernon. Soon the ultra-powerful Tinsley Carmichael was informing Callie that their sweet-faced, city girl new roommate was nothing more than a manipulative tramp who was using Callie to get to Easy; even though Tinsley was guilty of something much worse: stealing the scrumptious Mr. Dalton out of Brett Messerschmidt's perky clutches just to spite her. Now war has been declared. Callie and Tinsley against Brett and Jenny. But when the two groups are split up against enemy lines - Callie and Jenny in Dumbbarton 303, and Brett and Tinsley living just downstairs - conflicts will seemingly come to a head. For suddenly, everything is about to change. Tinsley's dirty laundry is about to be aired for the world to know. And when Easy comes searching for Jenny, and stumbles upon Callie, some scandalous activity will occur that will leave someone in tears.Read more ›
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Erika Sorocco on June 1, 2006
Format: Paperback
Sophomore Jenny Humphrey is finally settling into the groove at the prestigious Waverly Academy in Upstate New York. And now that the hard part is done, she's ready to infiltrate the groups of beautiful people waltzing around Waverly. Finally she'll have her chance to turn herself into a sophisticated individual who can do just as well in the country as she can in the city. The fact that she's rooming with two of the most beautiful and popular girls at Waverly - Brett Messerschmidt and Callie Vernon - and sleeping in Tinsley Carmichael's old bed doesn't hurt either. Sure, things haven't been totally smooth-sailing since her arrival at Waverly. Jenny almost got kicked out of the elite school on day one, but after taking one look at Callie's adorable, shaggy-haired boyfriend, Easy Walsh, she knew that this place was right for her. And now that Easy seems to be ignoring Callie, and focusing his affections on Jenny, she's utterly ecstatic. That is, until the notorious Tinsley returns to Waverly - after being expelled for Ecstasy last year - and takes up residence in Jenny's bed, leaving Jenny to find comfort in a small cot. Tinsley sees the way people are talking about Jenny, making it like she's the new "It" girl, and Tinsley's not having it. She refuses to let some short, big-chested city girl steal her claim to fame, and take away all of her admirers. And she most certainly won't allow Callie and Brett off the hook that easily - not after she took the fall for them last year. Now it's their turn to get what's coming to them, and find out who - Tinsley, Jenny, Brett, or Callie - will be the new "It" girl. Because there's obviously not enough room for all of them to claim that title.Read more ›
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Celeste Eaton on November 16, 2006
Format: Paperback
Reckless is not a disappointment! It is every bit as addictive as the two It Girl novels that preceeded it. You can't help but be swept away with Jenny, Callie, Brett, and Tinsley as they navigate through the sometimes excruciating, sometimes thrilling, moments of their priviliged lives at Waverly Academy. And then there are the boys - Easy Walsh is so sweet and sexy, of course Jenny couldn't end up happily-ever-after with him like was promised at the end of Notorious. Which would have been boring - it's so much more fun to see the romantic entanglments all play out - like what about the great addition of Kara to the Waverly cast??

These books do just keep getting better. The best part of the It Girl is that these girls aren't just your standard rich girls at a private school. The author has formed each character completely, well above and beyond physical characteristics like different hair and eye color. They have interests and quirks and attractions, even struggles, and that makes them real. Reading Reckless, at any moment you may laugh or let your mouth drop open in disbelief with them. That's why I'll keep reading the It Girl series - not for the 200 pages devoted to a weekend in a dorm, but because of the girls (and guys) in the dorm. If you put these characters in any setting, over any time frame, delicious drama will occur - because the characters are so damn good - even if it's usually in a naughty way!
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Lucy Loo on May 16, 2006
Format: Paperback
The first It Girl book was pretty good, but this one was awesome. I hope they keep getting better!

The book starts off with Tinsley Carmichael, the beautiful queen of the Waverly elite, coming back to school after being expelled at the end of last year. She moves back into her old room and tries to regain her position on campus, pushing Jenny, the new It-girl, aside. Meanwhile, things are heating up between Jenny and Easy, who share a love of art. Things would be perfect, but Jenny is torn between choosing the awesome guy she really likes or her friendship with her roommate, who happens to be his ex-girlfriend. Brett keeps seeing her hot advisor, but once he meets Tinsley, things start to change a little. As if she's not causing enough trouble, Tinsley decides to start a secret society, girls-only, though they seem to end up doing a lot of things with boys... things that get them all in trouble.

The same boys in the last book show up -- sleazy Heath, and sweet Easy (I love him!), and poor Brandon, who's still so in love with Callie. And Tinsley, even if she's slightly-evil, is pretty fun -- at least she's never boring. But Jenny is my favorite. She's so cute and funny, and I love that she's this kind of normal girl thrown in with all these rich, beautiful kids.

Can't wait for the next one!
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