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The Clique #3: The Revenge of the Wannabes Kindle Edition

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Grade 6-8–They're back! The rich, designer name-dropping, thoroughly conceited and obnoxious seventh-grade girls of Octavian Country Day School in Westchester, NY, return to compete against one another for who'll be the reigning queen of the school's "in crowd." Super-wealthy, super-indulged Alicia Rivera switches ballot boxes in the vote for a school uniform so that she wins instead of super-wealthy, super-indulged Massie Block. Readers will battle through their annoyance with and desire to choke these two girls, for the believability and humanity found in Claire and Kristen keep the story line moving. Massie and Alicia make mistakes, everyone interferes in the others' lives and loves, and all of the characters learn about their own limitations. But this is not for every collection; not-so-wealthy urban teens might prefer stories by Jacqueline Woodson, and country teens might rather read Audrey Couloumbis's tales of growing and learning without the trappings of flaunted wealth.–Alice DiNizo, Plainfield Public Schools, NJ
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About the Author

Lisi Harrison is the author of The Clique, Alphas and Monster High series. She was the Senior Director of Production Development at MTV and Head Writer for MTV Production. Lisi is currently pretending to write her next novel.

Lisi lives in Laguna Beach, California.

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  • File Size: 726 KB
  • Print Length: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Poppy (August 1, 2008)
  • Publication Date: August 1, 2008
  • Sold by: Hachette Book Group
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001D08CTM
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Lisi Harrison is the author of the Clique, Alphas, and Monster High series. She was senior director of Development at MTV and also served as head writer for MTV Productions. She is currently pretending to work on her next novel.
Lisi lives in Laguna Beach, California.

She posts a new blog every Wednesday at

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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Erika Sorocco on August 31, 2005
Format: Paperback
Massie Block, the leader of The Clique, is furious when she hears about Alicia's plans to form her own clique. After all, she's the leader, and that's how it should stay. Besides, doesn't Alicia realize that messing with Massie will do nothing more than leave her in one very undesired place - The Reject Pile? As for new-girl turned It-girl Claire Lyons, she's finally in. Not only is she a coveted member of the Clique, but she's also got Cam, a Briarwood boy, showering her with affection. But will Massie be willing to keep Claire in her inner circle, or dump her like last season's Sevens? Kristen Gregory, she's in the middle of two cliques, and her friendship is now more coveted than the new Louis Vuitton bag. The question is, whom will she choose? Dylan Marvil, she knows that Massie is up to something bad. Real bad. What it is, she has no idea. She might not stick around to find out. But if she leaves the Clique to join Alicia's new clique, will Massie replace her with a Dylan clone? Then there's Alicia Rivera. She may have credit cards and clothes galore. But does she truly have what it takes to be the leader of a clique?

I will be the first to admit that THE CLIQUE has become one of my biggest guilty pleasure reads. The characters are enjoyable vicious, stuck-up, and rich, with the chauffeur's, credit cards, and clothes to prove it. Their many rude confrontations with each other couldn't be more exciting to read about, and the amount of name-dropping they do will keep any celebrity monger on their toes. Lisi Harrison has struck gold with this series, and it only keeps getting better and better. If you're looking for something reminiscent of GOSSIP GIRL, check out THE CLIQUE. I dare you.

Erika Sorocco

Book Review Columnist for The Community Bugle Newspaper
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Peggy Tibbetts VINE VOICE on August 30, 2005
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This is the third book in the Clique series that revolves around the hilarious antics of the gutsy and gullible Massie Block and Alicia Rivera, who run the show at the Octavian Country Day School (OCD). In this episode, Alicia is fed up with being beta to Massie's alpha. She wants out of the Pretty Committee to start her own clique. She strikes first by switching the ballot boxes in the OCD school uniform design contest to make sure that Massie doesn't win and she does. As the so-called winner, Alicia is asked to model for Teen People magazine and also to invite a few friends to the fashion shoot, which she uses as bait to lure the unpopular girls into her clique. She soon discovers that the care and feeding of a clique is a lot harder than it looks. What with clever carpool conversation to conjure, juicy gossip to track, dirty tricks to plan, and oh so many backs to stab, Alicia has her hands full. Meanwhile Massie gets wind of the ballot box switcheroo, the photo shoot, and the new clique. She plots her revenge. What ensues is no ordinary cat fight because these girls are both ruthless AND rich. Armed with limos and credit cards, no evil mischief or expense is too over-the-top, no matter whom they trample in the process. When the fur flies, nobody's secret is safe.

A fast-paced, fun read, "Revenge of the Wannabes" is like "Absolutely Fabulous" for teens. Alicia and Massie are as outrageous and obnoxious as Patsy and Edina, which makes for non-stop, wacky comedy.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on August 22, 2005
Format: Paperback
First of all let me say that I absolutely love these books . . . Second of all they are highly unrealistic. I am the exact same age as Massie, Claire, and the rest of the gang, and I happen to live in Westchester, in the richest neighborhood in it, and I certainly don't wear Marc Jacobs pumps, carry a Louis Vuitton bag, or drive in a fridge-, tv-, and minibar-equipped Range Rover to school every day. I don't have credit cards or an unlimited clothes allowance, and I definitely don't have a five-acre estate to live on. It's also unrealistic how popular 7th graders are . . . I mean do 7th grade girls, no matter HOW hot they are, really think they can date superpopular 11th graders (Harris)? And how EVERYBODY in Westchester County knows Massie? Come on.

However, I love reading these books!

*Spoiler Alert* Do not read on if you haven't read the books.

This one is probably my favorite, as Claire is finally IN and she gets Cam at last! Massie is finally nice and they finally take revenge on Alicia for cheating (not a great thing to do to your BFFS).

The cattiness of the girls is what makes these books good. Even though Gossip Girl is not a book for 12-13 year olds, I have read 2 of them and like the Cliques infinitely better--for my age at least. The Cliques are essentially Gossip Girl - sex - drinking - drugs = great!

This book was amazing, I especially loved seeing Alicia knocked down a peg when Harris used her and didn't ask her out, and how Massie didn't get Cam but got Derrington, the guy Kristen and Dylan loved in the last book.

I thought the ending was kind of cheesy, but I still liked it. I don't get how the Lyonses are moving to Chicago . . . I guess I'll just have to wait for Invasion of the Boy-Snatchers.

Keep reading and loving the Clique! :)
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Brandy on April 6, 2005
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I loved this book! The Revenge of the Wannabes (The Clique, #3) is better than the first two Clique books. This book is about Alicia, mainly, who tries to branch out away from the "Pretty Commitee". Her friends from jazz class say things like, "you have more money than Massie", "Your house is much bigger", "You should have your own sleepovers". Alicia follows their advice, but she get more than she can handle. Massie, K, & D make sure Alicia gets what she is asking for. The thing that hurts Alicia the most is when they say Claire is the new Alicia. Read the book to find out who wins this catfight! Meow. =D
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There aren't many sexual references or swearing, but this book does present values that aren't good for 4th graders to have (ex. greed, backstabbing, shallowness). These girls are not good role models.
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