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Ma meilleure ennemie (Gossip Girl #8)

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Bienvenue à New York, dans l'Upper East Side, ou mes amis et moi vivons dans d'immenses et fabuleux appartements, ou nous fréquentons les écoles privées les plus selects. Nous ne sommes pas toujours des modèles d'amabilité, mais nous avons le physique et la classe, ça compense.

Ils sont jeunes, ils sont riches, ils sont beaux, ils ont un penchant immodéré pour l'alcool, la
Paperback, 238 pages
Published June 8th 2006 by Fleuve Noir (first published September 1st 2005)
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This was an okay story, but it was a bit slow. It will be interesting to see where the series goes with the girls all going off to college though.

6 out of 10
Apr 12, 2016 Abbie rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
This wasn't a bad read, but the series is really dragging for me now.
Alannah Clarke
When I first started reading the gossip girl series, I thought they were brilliant. It offered excitement, betrayal and friendship, among other things. But as the series has progressed, it seems Cecily von Ziegesar has run out of ideas. The will-they-won't-they relationship of Blair and Nate/ Serena and Nate has begun to get irritating, and the constant shakiness of Blair and Serena's friendship, likewise Vanessa and Dan's relationship, is off-putting. This book, like the last few, has become ra ...more
Amy (amyb2332)
I'm not really sure why I keep reading this series. I guess that this point it is mainly to finishing them. The tv show really is much better.
Jul 01, 2007 Kirsten rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-2007
Brooke ♥booklife4life♥
At A Glance

Young Adult; Chick lit
Love Triangle/Insta Love?: Triangle.
Cliff Hanger: no
Rating: 4 Stars.

Score Sheet
All out of ten

Cover: 8
Plot: 8
Characters: 9
World Building: 8
Flow: 9
Series Congruity: 9
Writing: 8
Ending: 9

Total: 8

In Dept

Best Part:
Nate going off... the deep end.
Worst Part: Serena disappeared!
Thoughts Had: OMG Nate is messed up!; The same suit!!!!


Continuing the Series:
Recommending: yer

Short Review: Wow, Nate is getting weird, idk what is up with him. Maybe a
Apr 03, 2009 Annabella rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
If I remember correctly, I think it was about everyone going off for summer vacation. Actually it was kind of sad, because hardly any couples were together (like Blair and Nate)!! It was good, although I would have liked it better if there was more romance... even though that sounds really weird. I am excited to read the last two books in the series, and the next one that I think is coming out this fall! When I first picked up this series, I didn't think I would like it, but it turns out that I ...more
Jun 13, 2013 Amy rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: poor teen girls who wish they were getting drunk and making out with other girls at boarding school
Shelves: 2012, 2013
I am too old and too poor and too jaded to be reading these books and yet, unperturbed, I keep buying them second hand from Amazon and reading them all the same. They are terrible and inappropriate and, like all the best books, far too old for the people who are actually reading them seriously.

I am not recommending them to you or anyone(especially not your twelve year old sister) but hey: I'm gonna read them all anyway. I'm gonna read them with no thought for my poor brain cells screaming in ag
Jun 27, 2014 Emily rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Mar 05, 2009 Melissa rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-2009
Picks up where book 7 leaves off. This book revolves around graduation. As always there are some scandals...
-a boy that may not graduate due to a theft at school
-another boy that declares his love for a girl by announcing he will skip college to stay in the city with the girl he loves
-a on-again/off-again couple are off-again and he has a new girlfriend
-a girl has snagged herself the main of her dreams.
The book ends with the graduation night party where most everything changes yet again!
Oct 28, 2015 Meghan rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The eighth novel in the Gossip Girl series. Everyone is graduating, well everyone expect Jenny. But Jenny has new adventures coming her way as she embarks into boarding school life. Serena and Nate hook up, although Nate has become a crybaby who steals Viagra, while Serena is to star in her first movie, a movie both she and Blair auditioned for. Blair has gotten over her feud with Serena and Nate by finding herself a lord, or maybe he isn't who he says he is. Then there is Vanessa and Aaron, who ...more
So it's possible that I am brainwashed from reading eight Gossip Girl books in a row, but these books are actually pretty well-written. Sometimes they are funny, and sometimes it's pretty subtle humor. The characters are pretty consistent while also developing from book to book (like Nate - at first he's sweet and even though he's stoned all the time you still like him, and even though he cheats on Blair all the time you still pretty much like him, but then he just gets so lame and keeps being s ...more
Natalie Sofferman
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May 13, 2008 Steph rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Just one question: If this is the last book taking place in the school year (they graduate, except Jenny), how come there three more books after this? Seriously, the only person I actually like is Serena and she's getting on my nerves. This book is pure trash and I can't understand how others read it.
Mar 20, 2011 Emily rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Everyone graduates and has a party. To tell you the truth, I'm getting a little bored with all the partying, shopping, hooking up, breaking up, and getting back together. I mean, how many ways can you tell the same story?
Lizabeth Beato
This book was so boring, like it was okay once i started reading it, but like in the middle & ending it was horrible,it's a shock that i finished it. o.o
Karen Voigt
Mar 24, 2008 Karen Voigt rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-in-2008
For some reason I figured that this would be better than the first one I read... Should have learned the first time!
Jul 06, 2011 Catherine rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2010
These books keep getting worse and worse. Arrrghhhhh why did I read them? Waste of time
May 26, 2011 Ruth rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Urgh. I hate Serena and Jenny. But finally! I read it.
Apr 12, 2011 Amanda rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I hate Serena and Nate.
Nov 23, 2015 Jessica rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
After the not-so-shocking dramatic end to Nobody Does It Better, Gossip Girl heats up as high school graduation approaches, their futures now closer than ever, new and old romances ignite, long standing friendships fall apart and Jenny looks into various boarding school options.

And word on the street is that a certain filmmaker is looking to remake Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Any guesses as to who is one of the many, beautiful, hopeful young actresses? Breakfast at Fred’s seems to be generating a to
Lucy Sisk

A máme tady devátý díl. Řekla bych, že se bude historie opakovat, ale to bych předbíhala.

Nate má krizi, ale není to proto, že by mu došla tráva. Je smutný a ubrečený, neboť končí střední, všichni se rozutečou do různých koutů země. A jestli chodí se Serenou? Ano, ne, kdo se v tom má vyznat?

Vanessa a Dan se sešli u ní v bytě na pokec a kafe. Nakonec skončili na střeše domu, a moc toho nenamluvili, snad kromě: "Ach, ano!". A co Aaron?

V den předávání vysvědče
Kaliegh Wheeler (Yohnka)
Hook-up. Breakup. Shop. Name drop. Lose friends. Hook-up. Sex. Drugs. Breakup. Cheating. Cheating. Drugs. Hookup. Friends again. Not friends. Name drop. Sex. Breakup. Cheating. Shop. Cuss.

And that is how you summarize a Gossip Girl book.

Seriously, though, can a couple not stay together for longer than a book length!? Jesus

How did you manage to throw words together to make twelve of these books!? Stop beating that dead horse.

And speaking of words, fire your editor. I find so many grammatical e
Elle Esse
My Original Post

Warning: SPOILERS!

Hello Dear Readers! And Happy Lazy Sunday!

I'm at Scruff's this weekend but I thought I would break up the monotony of my weekend with one of the book reviews I promised you in this post. As most of you know, I was a huge fan of the Gossip Girl television series and I had been wanting to read the books. Well, I finally got a hold of them and started reading them at the end of January. I finished up book 11 recently and am finally ready to write out the review.

Tadashi Hamada
Not really a review on this particular book, but just a comment on one of the characters in this series.

Vanessa Marigold Abrams. She's my favorite character in the series, but she's also the most butchered up character in regards to the television adaptation of Gossip Girl.

In the novels, she's this independent, pale-skinned, shaven-headed, punk rock filmmaker who goes to the same school as Blair, Serena, and Jenny, and she even winds up being friends and roommates with Blair (as shown in this p
Dec 01, 2008 Yasmina rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The character of Lord Marcus Beaton-Rhodes is introduced in Nothing Can Keep Us Together. He becomes the new boyfriend of Blair and is often described as a “hotter, taller, more refined, better-bred, British version of Nate…”. Lord Marcus is a Yale graduate and comes from a wealthy background. He even refers to designer Oscar de la Renta as “Uncle Oscar”. A filmmaker, Ken Mogul is back as he is directing a modernized version of Breakfast At Tiffanys entitled Breakfast At Fred’s set at the restau ...more
Was it just me or was senior year incredibly long? It took the author FOREVER to reach the graduation ceremony. Not only that, but the characters were just circling around in their obnoxious behavior like always. Except, what was with Nate crying all the time? He went from total stoner hard ass to a complete pansy. Every time he started to cry over something completely unnecessary, I wanted to reach into the book and slap him across the face. Anyways, there really was nothing new per say in this ...more
Kristin (Kritters Ramblings)
Well, this read was bittersweet. I read to the 8th in a series for my Goodreads challenge, but I had always wanted to read the books behind the Gossip Girl tv show.

I had an internal debate as to whether I should finish the series. But after reading that the rest of the books in the series were written by ghost writers I lost my motivation to finish the whole thing. PLUS there is a rather large pile of books I have read and checked out from the library sitting next to my nightstand!

So this book w
Jan 29, 2010 Brittany rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: GG Fans
How I Came To Read This Book: I own the rest of the series.

The Plot: So our core cast is getting very close to college, and this filler-esque book solves the biggest college question of them all surrounding Blair’s fate (who incidentally, is dabbling in things with Nate again). As a sideplot to end all sideplots, Jenny is somewhat written out of the books in anticipation of the ‘It Girl’ spin-off series that would save her from exile as the original series came to an end a few books later (too
Candy Boisvert
Jun 19, 2008 Candy Boisvert rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Girly girls
Title: Nothing can keep us together (Gossip girl book #8)
Author: Cecily von Ziegesar
Copyright date: May 2005
Publisher: Little, brown
How many pages: 221 pgs
How long it took me to read: 11 days
Category: Fiction
I learned about this book from: being in the loop.

This book was purchased at: Chapter's
This book is: pretty amusing.
Other books by these authors: Gossip girl and It girl series
Favorite characters: Blair, Jenny, Chuck, and Erik
When and Where the story takes place: New York
Plot in a nutshell:
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Cecily grew up in Manhattan and went to an all-girl's school on the Upper East Side.
She resides in Brooklyn with her husband Richard, the Deputy Director of the Public Art Fund, their children, Agnes and Oscar, and their two Cornish Rex cats. Von Ziegesar also owns an Appaloosa horse, Golden Rain. She is dreams of having a 'ranch full of cattle' when retired.

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