It's Not Easy Being Mean (The Clique #7)
The first book seemed like a very serious attempt at classifying every Westchesterite as either snobby and rich or snobby and pretentious, Massie being the worst of them all. But after a while, the stories focused less on the nose jobs and cars and more on t...more
Skye gives them a poem that will lead them to where the key is hidden, but the prob...more
This book is about Massie and her group of friends trying to find a key. If they find the key, then they will be 8th grade alphas. They get to have this secret room only for alphas. They will also be able to get all the 8th grade alpha guys to like them. The catch is that a bun...more
I am not rich and i dont have parents that are rich. this book takes place in a middle school, i am in high scho...more
In Lisi Harrison’s “It’s Not Easy Being Mean,” shows that there is a lot of drama that goes on between girls in High School. Most of the time in High School, girls are jealous of other girls because of what they have in life. There are four girls in this book that have totally different lives. Kristen Grego...more
I read this book in one sitting, and found it very entertaining! I think one of the things I like most about these books are all t...more
This book belongs to a series of novels beginning with The Clique. It's not something I would generally pick up due to the fact that it's about a gang that thinks they are better than everyone else, but for some reason I did pick up the books and enjoy the nice, short, light read.
I could picture the characters going to my school, if they weren't rich that is. Massie is the head of the Pretty Committee and her followers are also her BFFs. Alicia, Dylan, Kristen and then Claire,...more
The pretty committee thought for sure that they would find the key to the heavenly room, but who could be sure when Losers Beyond Repair (LBR) like Layne Abeley are looking for the key too. The key was to a room at Octavian Country Day’s that staff didn’t know about and only O.C.D’s eighth grade alphas were given the key. However Skye Hamilton was the alpha Massie was in seventh grade, and Skye made a riddle to find it so Massie and...more
When Claire Lyons comes back in a shower of fame and adorers, Massie Block couldn't be more irritated.This, with the combined weight of the Kristen,Dylan, and Alicia , is driving her onto the edge of insanity.
But all changes when Skye Hamilton, soon-to-be-highschooler, dancer and alpha of Octavian County Day school and leader of the DSL...more
I really loved this book, and the Clique series in general. Each book has something new and different, and I love how you really get to know the characters. I can't pick a favorite, though. But I do love Massie's confidence and leadership skills, Alicia's brilliant beta ability, Dylan's sense of humor, how Kristen's always down to earth, and how Claire made a new life for herself in a new place. When you read the Clique series, you (or me anyway) often feel like your part of them. I like how yo...more
This book was still great considering I love the series, but its just not the best I've read. It is about the girls looking for a key to a secret room in their school. Although that may seem exciting, it really doesn't make much sense. Most people would agree that there probably isn't a secret room at any school that is student accessible. Therefore the story lacks reality. The voice on the other hand is great. She really gives the characters specific details that really...more
The story was suspenseful at times and exciting!. I liked it because it was surprising. It was an amazing story and it ha...more
Author: Lisi Harrison
Series: The Clique #7
Summary: Look out boys, here comes the Clique!
Massie Block: Getting back into Octavian Country Day was a piece of sugar-free cake, compared to Massie's next goal-finding the key that unlocks an ah-mazing legendary secret room at OCD! Alpha eighth grader Skye Hamilton and her clique have stashed the key in the bedroom of one mystery Briarwood boy, but who? Whoever finds the key gets access to the secret room for...more
By Lisi Harrison
Who would have thought that there was a secret lounge in OCD. The new up coming 8th graders would get to use the room whenever they want and teachers don't even know about it. The pretty committee is off on a task to find the key to the secret room. Every student dreams of having their own secret room in school where no teachers or students knows about. Massie the leader of the pretty committee has got the news that Sky the f...more
The clique is back at OCD! The new school year brings drama and a treasure hunt. Throughout the years every student at OCD has heard of a secret room that teachers forgot--an urban legend. When a mysterious upperclassman named Skye brings news that the room is real, Massie is instantly intrigued. The legend of the room says that whoever holds the key is the true alpha for their grade at OCD. Massie must have it.
Skye gives them a poem that will lead them t...more
I didn't really dislike anything about this book! All of the imagery was good and the author's description of certain things were amazing!
A lot of things in this book surprised me! I had no idea any of it was going to happen!