Moby Clique (Bard Academy #3)
Some literary classics have been around for centuries. Miranda Tate's just hoping to survive junior year....
Her summer reading assignment is Moby-Dick, but Miranda's vacation hasn't exactly been smooth sailing. Between working at her stepmother's hideous all-pink boutique, and having broken up with her basketball champ boyfriend Ryan, not to mention snoozing her way th...more
This is a fresh take on life at boarding school. The school is for delinquents, and as I mentioned is taught by ghosts of d...more
Until her little sister Lindsay crashes their Dad's new car into the store and gets send to Bard alongside Miranda.
From the start, Lindsay is determined to get Miranda in trouble, mostly because that's Lindsay's favorite past time. Soon Miranda is in trou...more
In WUTHERING HIGH, Miranda Tate gets sent to the remote boarding school, Bard Academy, on Shipwreck Island off the coast of Maine, because she smashed her dad's Beemer. Throughout WUTHERING HIGH and its sequel, THE
SCARLET LETTERMAN, Miranda discovers that Bard has interesting secrets, and slowly adapts to the strange ways of the school. Now, after a summer at home, she's actually looking forward to returning to school.
Things have changed this time, though...more
This time, Miranda has her younger sister, Lindsay, in tow. Lindsay quickly falls in love with Miranda’s ex, Ryan, and aligns with Miranda’s arch nemesis, Parker. Throw in some pirates, and Miranda is clearly in for a difficult semester.
Overall, the Bard Academy series is harmless. Miranda is an appealing heroine. She and her friends are likely...more
Once again, Miranda must reconcile the worlds of fiction and fact, as well as keep her teachers in line.
I find these books entertaining and fun, but the first two have not quite equ...more