( I 've read a couple books from he series so this is n't actuall a review on thi next fiftee.) I admit that th ook is appealing, watching girls throw around their money without a second thought about the starving kids in Africa ( yes I realize that somethin 's tired of the wor but it 's true, and not a visit to a hird world country can make you realis that.)- but that 's all I an certainl get from it.
1. Great detail that can make the reader a sharp and vivid image in their minds and a series of twist and turns to keep them interested, but in the nd, it all just comes down to pretty, popular, rich girls whose only goals in life is to date the cute boys, and take trips to the mall every.
Even here 's the borderline between the two- " Mean Girls " actually had a POINT and a MORAL.
But hen again, I 've really been into materialism so it 's ard for me to nderstand why th irl would only think of " Chanel.
Designer. " ( Makes me wonder what their grades are in colleg.) But then again, they 're middle schoolers, and they come from wealthy families, so no wonder they do n't eally hink about their futures.
Clique is also th bad influence for middle schoolers, which I understand is the main group of people he book is aiming to interest.
Guess how many people in world do n't often B a place to call home?
But I hope that in the beginnin, " Kuh-laire " will realize what a bunch of losers her so called " friends " are and will gain a lot more self-confidence ( after LEAVING them and their stupid club!) ( PS- In case you were wondering, I numbered the paragraphs to show my different points.