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Alice in the Spotlight (The Secrets Club #1)

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INTRODUCING THE SECRETS CLUB: Alice, Tash, Dani and Lissa.
'It's OK. We're the Gang of Four, remember? The No-Secrets Club.' Her stern face softens into her familiar smile and my world lights up again.
Briefly. But soon the cloud comes back.
I have got a secret.
A big one.
I want to tell my friends, I really do. But the longer I keep it hidden the harder it is to do...
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Paperback, 208 pages
Published June 7th 2012 by Puffin Books
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Jul 25, 2012 TheBookAddictedGirl rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Pre-Teens Looking For A Smart, Relatable, Fun Read
4 Out of 5
Alice has just started high school - a posh high school none of her friends are going to. On her first day, her father yells at another student's mum, swears at the headmistress and acts an awful lot like Alice's irresponsible party-girl big sister, Nikki.
It's at Riverside Academy, though, that Alice finds a group of new best friends. Alice, Lissa, Dani and Tash are all totally different but they soon become best friends - the "Gang of Four".
So when one day they vow to keep no secre
Aiman Rahim
Nov 20, 2013 Aiman Rahim rated it liked it
This book is the most inconvenient book ive ever read. Alice happens to make her three besties on the very first day of school and instantly, they have become a No Secrets Democracy. That chick must be really lucky, being boring and all.
I quite agree with Tash: why didn't Ali tell everyone about her super cool sister? If she really thought she was so boring, it would have made her more interesting.

I don't understand the point of the story. Its obvious throughout the whole book that this model
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Jan 03, 2015 Lauren Krauth rated it it was amazing
Amazing cant wait to read the next!x
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