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Sealed with a Diss (The Clique #8)

3.81 of 5 stars 3.81  ·  rating details  ·  9,615 ratings  ·  358 reviews
Massie Block: Stands at the threshold of the most ah-mazing secret room at OCD. But to prove the Pretty Committee is worthy of the honor, the girls need dates to Skye Hamilton's "famous couples" costume party. On top of all that, Massie has to convince her old crush, Chris Abeley, to be Skye's date . . . or else they can kiss the room-and their popularity-goodbye. How will ...more
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Published July 2nd 2007 by Poppy (first published July 1st 2007)
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If "Gossip Girl" was "Sex and the City" for the high school set (as its cover proclaims), and "Clique Series" is "Gossip Girl" for the middle school set, then it probably doesn't take a close reading to conclude that this is a piece of crap.

Can I push aside 90% of the book that is devoted to consuming luxury goods (in the seventh grade!) and written in grating diction ("gawd", "ah-mazing") to find one positive note? Perhaps Massie Block's pursuit of alpha status is a tinge of "girl power" - but
Its AH-MAZING u have to read this series NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This book was a very interesting book because it was easy for me to connect to myself. It's about a group of girls in Octavian Country Day School and they basically have cliques like all of the people in every school. This book has a Pretty Committee, which is just a popular group of girls who is pretty spoiled and self centered. In this story, they all need to have dates for a certain party, and in the end, some of the girls do have dates, but they realize that boys aren't essential in their li ...more
Does anyone want to have a bonfire? At least that way, this book - and the rest of the series - will actually be of some value. I am assuming, of course, that the author did not write these books with some kind of reverse psychology ploy in mind by creating characters who are so vapid, materialistic and lacking in a single redeeming quality as to make young girls NOT want to be in the "popular group." Her constant name dropping of brands competes unpleasantly with her use of words such as "huy-y ...more
Michelle Tierney
Nov 09, 2007 Michelle Tierney rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Teenage Girls
This book was amazing. I could not put it down. Theres just so much going on and so many twists and turns that i just kept reading. It talks about four best friends living in New York going through tons of drama. Lots of stuff happens between these girls, but you will have to read the book to find out!
I am reading this book because my 13-year-old sister is interested in these Clique novels. I am so disappointed in this book-it's all about brands, boys, and bratiness. I'm hoping there is some redeeming lesson at the end, but I don't have a good feeling...
I really like this series i really do, but i am so tired of cliff hanger endings. And they should get new guys and i just felt she didn't have as cool outfits or snarky comments i think this book was a real let down compared to the others in the series.,
Feb 15, 2008 Brenna rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anybody who likes chick flick books
Recommended to Brenna by: my sister
this was an AMAZING book. you have to read the first seven but other than that it is amazing. its so funny and the "romances" are so fun to read. this is the best series.
ehwmagawd the secret room can not fall out out of the PC's hands
citizen kerry
Number One on NYT best-seller list. my fave in the series.
Abigail (Read. Sleep. Rave. Repeat.)
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
The Pretty Committee finally holds the key to the OCD's secret room! Except that secret room is not what they think.

Before they could cheer for their victory, Skye has one more task for Massie: Convince Chris Abeley (Massie's old crush) to be Skye's date in her upcoming "Famous Dates" party or else kiss their popularity - and their room - goodbye.

Finding the key is easy, so this mission should be a breeze. But what if Chris starts liking someone else before the p
Summary- Massie and the Pretty Committee finally get the secret room that they had been dreaming their whole career. To keep it, they have to bring boys to the eighth grade alpha, Skye's, costume party. Massie brings a boy named Derrick and things don't work out. Claire brings her boyfriend, Cam, but she thinks that he is cheating on her. Dylan brings Kemp and Plovert because she thinks they like girls that eat a lot... she was wrong. Kristen brings a boy named Griffin who is goth and that doesn ...more
Tori Keefe
In Sealed With a Diss, the seventh book of the Clique series, by Lisi Harrison, the Pretty committee must find a way to stay at the top. After gaining the key to the Eighth grade “secret room”, the Pretty Committee must find suitable dates for the eighth grade party of the year. The eighth grade alpha, Skye proves her superiority by dating high school boys while Massie Block, the seventh grade alpha, has a partially insignificant seventh grade boyfriend. Massie must live up to Skye’s high stand ...more
The Pretty Committee learns that the OCD bomb shelter where the secret room they’ve won filled with clothing, make-up, snacks, and sweet furniture has a television monitor that allows them to watch the boys ESP classes due to the hidden camera in the classroom at Briarwood. There their thoughts and feelings for the girls are revealed; however, it negatively affects them. In the end, Massie is going crazy over figuring out what issue Derrington has with her while Claire suspects Cam is cheating o ...more
Aug 20, 2008 Alexa rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommended to Alexa by: Leanne Sheth
This book starts right where the last left off; in the secret room. Skye and the other DSL Daters play a trick on the girls before showing the Pretty Committee a secret of the room that could change their social lives and understand boys in Briarwood to the fullest. The Pretty Committee gets an automatic invite to Skye's "Famous Couples" party, but if they fail to come with dates, their reputations would be at stake. Massie and Claire already have boyfriends, so that's easy for them. According t ...more
Apr 26, 2008 Amanda rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: clique-ers/starbuck-ers/fro-yo-ers/ppl like me
When Skye Hamilton manipulates the Pretty Committee with a little golden key to their future, they'll stop at nothing to impress her and do as se pleases. With some help from LBR Layne Abeley to win over her brothers heart, things go all topsy turvy causeing alpha chic Massie to become Skye's LBR cupid slave. She ends up breaking her heart, Derrington's immature shorts wearing heart, and all of her friends hearts as well, but its all worth it, because in they end, they have won and locked in the ...more
Sealed With a Diss is the eighth book in Lisi Harrison's The Clique series.

When I started this book I was glad that it started from exactly the same place it was left in the previous book as I really enjoyed the last book just like I have done this one.

It started with the Pretty Committee just entering the secret room which they have been given to use during the eighth grade. But all is not as it seems and the secret room may not be as special as they hoped and it may not even be theirs unless
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Jennifer Wardrip
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Our favorite Clique is back once again in this preppy and ah-dorable novel. After being expelled from their seventh grade class at their private school, OCD, the Clique girls have risen to fame on a movie set--Dial L for Loser, the latest teen movie being filmed. But what will happen when Gap-wearing "ordinary" Claire snatches the lead role from Prada-loving, born-to-rule Queen Massie? That obviously doesn't go over well with the Clique girls, and Mass
Sealed with a Diss is #8 in The Clique by Lisi Harrison, a young adult novel series revolving around the "Pretty Committee," the most powerful and exclusive clique of the all-girls Octavian Country Day School in Westchester, NY. At this point, with the continuing trends of flat narrative, glorification of negative behavior, sexualization of tweens, and a repetitive, obsessive fascination with extensive details of tween fashion, it's safe to say that at this point those who are sticking around ar ...more
Title: Sealed with a Diss

Author: Lisi Harrison

Series: The Clique #8

Rating: ★★★★

Summary: The Clique knows something you don't know...
Massie Block: Stands at the threshold of the most ah-mazing secret room at OCD. But to prove the Pretty Committee is worthy of the honor, the girls need dates to Skye Hamilton's "famous couples" costume party. On top of all that, Massie has to convince her old crush, Chris Abeley, to be Skye's date... or else they can kiss the room-and their popularity-goodbye. How
Massie Block is the head of the Pretty Committee. Massie’s family is very rich; she gets everything she wants, including a secret Bomb shelter. The rest of her Committee is Dylan Marvil, Alicia Rivera, Kirsten Gregory, and a New Member Claire Lyons. Massie’s friends are also rich just like her. Dylan’s mom is the host of Good Morning Today show. Alicia’s Mom and Dad are from Spain and are very rich. Kirsten appears to be like the others but she isn’t, hating herself for not being as rich as the ...more
Rachel P
Apr 21, 2008 Rachel P rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: girls
This is the second to last lastest book in the series. This book plays a very important part in the series. Continuing from the rest of the series you find that Massie, the leader of the group is doing oen finaly duty so she can get the secret room that every one is dying to get. But as she goes along to get the room, they discover a tv that connects to the boys therapy class room. All of a sudden the girls start sneeking around listening to the boys group sessions learning about who they like a ...more
Apr 23, 2008 Michelle rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Teenagers
The continuous drama and problems the Pretty Committee members encounters still captivate my attention. I found myself able to relate to each and everyone of the members in the Pretty Committee. Sealed with a Diss although may seem like a useless book to some individuals, it still presents reality of teenage life. I believe everyone can reate to at least one charater or situation in this series.
In Sealed with a Diss, each member of the Pretty Committee, face their own issues and group issues. Wi
britttey *
This book was definitley one of my favorites. This one really interested me and I never got bored. The story tells about what happens after they find the key and the secret room. Seeing the begining lacks reality the rest is great. Lisi Harrison really seems like a teen at heart. She really knows how to connect and help teens and girls in middle school, who read these books. One of the reasons why I really love these books is because she uses great voice and humor in describing things. Since the ...more
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Annie Wang
The book, Sealed with a Diss, by Lisi Harrison, was truly an amazing book. As #8 in it's series, it is the best out of all of them. It takes place in Westchester, a small town outside of Manhattan. Massie, the alpha of her clique, has gotten access to a special room deep beneath their school. The room has something special- a TV that tells everything that boys are thinking about. Now Massie must find dates for herself, the Clique, and Skye Hamilton or she will be forced to walk around Skye's exc ...more
Emanee Walker
I love Lisi Harrison is honestly my favorite author. I love the Clique series because it speaks about me, kind of. It speaks how new enemies can become new friends and how some friends can become enemies. This book is based on high school, but on a popular kid point of view. I always loved this book, this will always be my favorite book. I just hate how she stopped the Clique series.
The room isn't totally theirs yet. The Pretty Committee has to get a date to Skye's dance or else. They decide to use ESP, or the camera in the share bear. The Briarwood Boys have special therapy-like classes, so the girls take advantage of it. All of the girls have dates, Alicia and Josh as the Lauren couple, Massie and Chris as Romeo and Juliet and Claire and Cam as Adam and Eve. It's going to be hard for Claire after she begins to think Cam is cheating on her after she reads notes in his back ...more
Kelsey F
The Pretty Committee is everything any girl at Octavian Country Day School envies; their super rich, (well, except for Claire and Kristen) have great clothes and loved by all the guys at the neighboring school. Also, they have just won a secret on campus room stocked with ‘5 electronic foot spas, a movie-theater popcorn maker, a real Starbucks latte machine, 2 racks of spare clothes’ and so on. So what could be the conflict in Massie Block’s (the Pretty Committee leader) life? Well for one, her ...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.

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Other Books in the Series

The Clique (1 - 10 of 14 books)
  • 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)
  • Dial L for Loser (The Clique, #6)
  • It's Not Easy Being Mean (The Clique, #7)
  • Bratfest at Tiffany's (The Clique, #9)
  • P.S. I Loathe You (The Clique, #10)
  • Boys "R" Us (The Clique, #11)
The Clique (The Clique, #1) Best Friends for Never (The Clique, #2) Invasion of the Boy Snatchers (The Clique, #4) Revenge of the Wannabes (The Clique, #3) The Pretty Committee Strikes Back (The Clique, #5)

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