A Tale of Two Pretties (Clique Series #14)
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A Tale of Two Pretties (The Clique #14)

4.03 of 5 stars 4.03  ·  rating details  ·  3,633 ratings  ·  183 reviews
Massie Block has long led the Pretty Committee--through boy drama, clique mutinies, and jealous wannabe attacks--while always in ah-dorable outfits. Over the past thirteen novels, avid fans of Massie, Alicia, Dylan, Kristin, and Claire, have made The Clique one of the premier bestselling series in the world. After the myriad of juicy escapades, the Clique is finally ready...more
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Published February 15th 2011 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (first published January 1st 2011)
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Honestly best book of the series. It was great to watch everyone grow up and make changes for themselves I really wish there could of been after books following massie in her life because she is by far my favorite character. So I guess thanks Lisi for spending your time making these amazing books and clique was the best series I have read so far.
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Rachel Rysso
This review not only contains spoilers to this book, but for the entire series. I'm also going to assume, if you are reading this, that you've read the previous thirteen books as well.

These books got really big when I was in about fifth grade. This series went from "The Clique? Nope, haven't heard of it." to "Oh my god, are you seeing the movie?!?!?!?" in like, a month. I never had much interest in the series (not that I was exactly a book snob) so I didn't even bother reading the back of one of...more
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im sad this is the last book):
any spoilers yet?
Becca Ohlman
Feb 26, 2011 Becca Ohlman rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Any fans of this series, Pre-teens
So sad! I cried a lot reading this. I literally grew up reading these. It sounds silly, but I started reading the first one in 5th grade when Massie, Kristen, Dylan, Alicia and Claire all seemed like these AMAZING people. I looked up to them. But as I grew up...they didn't and they just seemed like little kids to me. However, I loyally kept reading until the end of the series. I finished this in two days, and I wish it had taken me longer. I will truly, honestly, with everything in me, miss read...more
Lauren Tracey
Okay, okay, I know by the title ALONE this sounds like a cheap thrill, and that's exactly what it is....
or is it?
The whole Clique series was my escapist literature, filled with the petty antics of preteen girls, and makes me thankful everyday that I am no longer at that age, yet at the same time makes me miss it. Harrison makes the dialogue shallow and yet poignant, something that makes the books that much more interesting and entertaining. The whole series revolves around fashionista Massie and...more
Did anyone else break down crying? I couldn't help it, I've loved this series for years. Farewell to the girls who changed my life.

I feel like these books are a part of me. They helped me survive my first few years of middle school. They changed me somehow. These five girls became my favorite book characters, they became my friends.

Massie taught me to be loyal to your friends, that's the only way you'll gain their trust.

Alicia taught me that despite your flaws, you can still be beautiful.

I didn't know this was the last book of the series until I read the author's note. I found that disappointing, since I was hoping it would be like Toy Story where the characters grow up with you, so to speak.

I liked the ending, though I think the next book would have been soooo much more ah-mazing than the others if it continued from the ending point.

I think in the end, my favorite Clique Girl was Massie. She always tried so hard to fix everything and everyone, never gave up on what she wanted...more
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The novel A Tale of Two Pretties ,by Lisi Harrison, is the final book in the clique series. The series follows the lives of five privileged best friends that live in Westchester, New York named Massie, Alicia, Dylan, Kristen, and Claire. In this story, the girls have all reached a crossroads where they need to make important life decisions that will impact their future and they are seeing what that means for their friendship. During the book, all five...more
Tiffany who finally decided to change her name
OMG! Or, actually, EH-MAH-GAWD! Anyways, NOOOOOO!!!!!! It's the last book in the series! I really liked reading this! Even though it's soooo not extra high reading level like the books I like to read sometimes, but I like this book! Boo....
Nov 04, 2010 Michelle marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
cant wait to read it......so excited
Andrea Arana
it was an ah-mazing way to end the series that way. i'll admitt that i am a big fan of lisi harrison and the clique series, but in the end, we all have to move on. i've been with this series since day 1 and i'm sad to see it end so suddenly, but it turns out that the pc learned a couple of things in this book that they never had before and now they're realizing it.
Massie is finding out that she was broke when her father lost his job then got a new job "'over the pond'" away, which is "'opposit...more
In the book, A Tale of Two Pretties, everything is wild for the Pretty Committee. Alicia has her own dance troupe, Kristen has been excepted to the Soccer Sisters, Claire has a photography class with her boyfriend Cam, Dylan went to the Caribbean with her family, and now the Marvils have their own reality show, the Marvelous Marvils. But Massie's parents have a surprise for her after her dad loses his job because of the economy. She has to move "across the pond" to a much bigger house. At first,...more
What a sad last clique novel ! :( I can't believe this is the end! I will miss Massie, Alicia, Dylan, Kristen (okay and Claire :p) but most of all I found it sad to see that such a great series has finally come to an end! I will miss all the insults Massie said, all the amazing and lovely clothes she wore ( i still wish i have some of them to wear ;) and i ll miss Alicia always trying to become an Alpha instead of a Beta , and Dylan BUURRRPPPPPINNNGGG her way into everything and not being afraid...more
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In the beginning of this book Massie's father lost his job and Massie was middle-class for a while. She kept the secret from and suffered weeks if no shopping, eating good food, or having stong heat in her house. While Massie was middle-class, all her friends were doing their own business and didn't have time to hang out with her. Her dad finally gets a new job and they are rich again but, he announces that they have to movie to London. When she breaks the news to her friends, they were extremel...more
Emily, a Book and a Cat
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Where do I being h the with these books. Well.... first off lets strat with the plot, the plot starts out fresh and inviting but by the of end these 14 books smelling like rotiing fish. The plot is over use and under done its the same stuiped thing again and again. When there fianlly something new it ends up doing nothing to the plot to add any depth. Let us go on to thepeople in the story.... of that is about as mcuh as you get out them all the are are spolied brats. and as my finally statment...more
A Tale Of Two Pretties, the grand finale of the Clique series and Lisi Harrison's ehma-ah-mazing masterpiece!
Secrets, secrets and more secrets. Nobody wants Massie to leave, including herself. At the end of this whole book The PC teaches you, that you can't hold onto the past, there's always a time in your life when you have to make a big change. Another lifelong lesson is that, what goes up, must come down; Massie can't have the glory of and Alpha forever. This book really changes your point of...more
Well, I dont exactly know how to write but I'm certain that I'm happy with the way Lisi Harrison ended the PC. It was actully sort of touching in away and had a great ending. I felt like the book was just dragging on and on. The middle and beginning were just dull and I only really started to get intrested in what was up with the clique in the last 60 pages or so. Over all a good book and a great way to end the PC and the series. It reminds me why I read these shallow books, because of the heart...more
This was probably the best book in the series, given the plot was a little foolish (but it always is) and a little boring at spots. But it was enjoyable to read as it was the end of the series. I really liked the last line about the perfect memory, because it shows that even if they were silly and fought and did a lot of stupid things, they really were friends. The epilogue was good because it shows us that life goes on, and though we won't reading about the Pretty Committee's adventures and mis...more
This Clique book is different from the previous set. It acknowledges the saying "All good things must come to an end" and is all about the end of old times and the beginning of several new changes. Massie is ecstatic that her dad found another job and they have a source of income again, only to discover that the new job might require some moving... across the "pond." Dylan deals with reality show scares as her family stars in their very own. Kristen is accepted to an amazing soccer team group, b...more
It's over... I'm torn between it ending here or wishing that she does a follow up to them. Not now, like maybe senior year, to see how much they changed and how much the ending affected each of the girls separately.

Massie's speech made me tear up. All that she bottled up and never told the girls, just to save face as an Alpha...

Hermia was back. It was kind of nice seeing it come to a full circle. Massie went to her for advice, while she was still a Beta, only to be told that her time was now. an...more
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Feb 14, 2011 Alyssa rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: girls
I absolutely loved the ending to an incredible series. If any girl wants to read a chick series this is it!
Naomi Gluck
I am so upset the clique is over. However, this last book was AH-MAZING (as Massie says!)
I thought it was a really cute way to end this ah-mazing series!
I've been a fan of the Clique since I picked up the starter to the series a few months ago at the library. I was hooked immediately. I was actually dreading this book: the end of one of the greatest series of all time! I read it anyways and I admit, I wasn't too happy with Lisi Harrison in the beginning. I know that many other Clique fans can agree with me here. Why couldn't she have wrote more books? Why couldn't she have changed what happened? Why, why, why? But then I realized it made the sto...more
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Lisi Harrison is the author of the #1 New York Times best-selling series "The Clique". Lisi was born in Canada, and lived in NYC for a while at MTV. She now lives in Laguna Beach, CA.

More about Lisi Harrison...
The Clique (The Clique, #1) Best Friends for Never (The Clique, #2) Revenge of the Wannabes (The Clique, #3) Invasion of the Boy Snatchers (The Clique, #4) The Pretty Committee Strikes Back (The Clique, #5)

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