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It doesn't do the original prep handbook justice, at all.
The first book was unique and very funny but this one is like a thesis in cell biology: long, tedious, far too granular and frankly too boring to get through.
With the old book i remember reading about the people and being like 'yeah i know someone exactly like that!'
A very amusing and enjoyable read, if you can get past a few myopic viewpoints.Published 29 days ago by Ryan L. Waldron
Great light reading. Bought as a gift for my 18 year old daughter. I'm from Newport. This explains why I dress the way I do to her.Published 3 months ago by FirstNationArtist
I thought the asthetics were really nice. That's where the positivity ends. Most of the book was complete nonsense, and not the funny kind. There was no tongue in cheek humor. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lilla
* Real preps do not attend public school; they attend private school ("college PREParatory school"). Read morePublished 4 months ago by Niko78
Lisa Birnbach can't write a bad book. If she wrote a travel guide to some ebola swamp, I'd buy a copy.Published 5 months ago by Harold C. Leach Jr.
Good read. I prefer the older version, but it was a good read.Published 7 months ago by IHeartPitbulls
I purchased the OPH when it was published in 1980 and was transfixed by its charm, exclusivity and elitism, all things that are in current disfavor. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Elder Prep