It Girl (It Girl #1)
Popular Gossip Girl character Jenny Humphrey is leaving Constance Billard to attend Waverly Academy, an elite boarding school in New York horse country where glamorous rich kids don't let the rules get in the way of an excellent time.
Determined to leave her Manhattan past behind her, Jenny sets off to Waverly with big plans of reinventing herself. She'll be a goddessshe's...more
However, when I noticed that this other series, a knockoff of Gossip Girl, sitting right next to the Gossip Gir ...more
I've read but didn't enjoy Gossip Girl so I wasn't sure how I would feel about The It Girl but it was way, way better. The characters are all really fun and interesting and actually seemed to have a lot more depth to them than I expected. The narration took a little getting used to- it switches charac ...more
It girl follows a newbie to Waverly, her name is Jenny and she gets put in a room with two of the most popular girls in the boarding school. She hasn't had the best start though, her stuff has been dropped off in the boys dorm as the school mistakenly thought she was a Mr not a Miss, and to top it off there's already rumors going round that she was a stripper!!
It girl follows Jenny an ...more
Shallow and vapid are the best words to describe the story and its characters. Nothing remarkable, but the ludicrous amount of brands that are mentioned in the span of a single page. Unbelievable.
I am pretty far away from high school popularity. I attended high school in a very small town were popularity was incredibly relative. I don't recall any one particular girl whom everyone wanted to be or be with, and if that girl existed, she certainly wasn't me. My high school experience was such a unique one that I'm intrigued by girls who are willing to do and say and wear things outside their comfort zone for the sake of populari ...more
The plot is full of drama, money, and deception. I love how each character is so different, but complements the characters closest to them. Brett, a fierce and modern girl seems to bring out Jenny's warm spirit, whereas Jenny seems ...more
First of all, I loved Jenny Humphrey from the gossip girl series (even if most people hated her lol) and I thought that a story about her new life at Waverly Academy was beyond awesome.
I loved the drama in the book because I mean, Cecily von Ziegesar definitely writes the BEST mean-girl-drama books ever! I also f ...more
My Review: The It-Girl is a fun, slightly trashy, guilty pleasure kind of read. The drama and scandal contained within, you just eat up like candy, while there is enough of slightly deeper stuff involving the characters' inner feelings to make it not completely trashy, and more of a worthwhile read.
When Hooked: Early-On. In the first chapter when we are introduced to Jenny, you are drawn in because of you know you either know her from The Gossip Girl series, or ...more
Anyway, It Girl is a spin-off from Cecily von Ziegesar's hugely popular Gossip Girl series (which has spawned a total of fourteen books, two spin-offs, and a TV show).
The series follows Jenny Humphrey, the short, ample-chested, Serena van der Woodsen-wannabe Brooklyn resident in Gossip Girl. After getting kicked out ...more
I was hoping to be able to relate to it because well I like books which I can relate too.I'm hoping to be really into this book, so far I am, because it's really hard for me to be interested in books or perhaps find a book that interests me.
The main character of this bo ...more
I really enjoyed watching Gossip Girl but I have not read the books. This is a spin-off series that follows Jenny Humphrey. What I enjoyed about the Gossip Girl series was seeing the type of lifestyle that the characters had, I love seeing this type of socialite world.
I did find this book to be a little slow in places. There are a lot of characters which I found really confusing at first as they all have really strange names.
This book is a quick read and it isn't really anyth ...more
Reading this book was really ...more
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.