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Buy It Now. Add to cart. Sold by thrift. Apostolina , Paperback. Be the first to write a review About this product. She's optimistic rather annoyingly so, actually about her chances of having friends maybe even being popular , and even getting a boyfriend! How is she going to do it? Cindy has a plan.

Her mother says joining a sorority is the only way to go, so Cindy's pledging Alpha Beta Delta, the sorority of which her mother was once the president. To her surprise, Cindy makes it. Her life is looking up; she's a member of an influential sorority, and she actually has a couple of friends! She helps Cindy to become beautiful and confident. Cindy's life is going great! That is, until she invades Meri's territory. She was amazed when popular, handsome Keith Ryder actually liked her.


It really was too good to be true. See, Keith is Meri's. Sure, they're broken up, and Meri doesn't want him, but she certainly doesn't want former-loser Cindy Bixby to have him. And just as easily as she was able to make Cindy's life fabulous, she makes it even worse than before. Meri has that power; the power to destroy anyone's life. Unfortunately, she is something of a psychopath. They're going to bring Meri down. Apostolina is a brilliant new writer. Cindy's character development is remarkably realistic; as she writes in her journal, you can see her change from an overly optimistic, naive, and often annoying character to one who, after seeing and experiencing something of the real world plus dealing with psychopath Meri Sugarman, actually knows more of what the world really is--and she can use that to her advantage, to stop Meri.

If you're put off by her bubbly, annoying tone in Cindy's first few journal entries, keep reading! That's just part of who Cindy is at the beginning. Honestly, even the nicest person would just want to slap her a few times. Soon, though, she becomes a much more likeable character. Even or perhaps especially the less-likeable characters had me wanting to read more and more about them. This novel is funny at times laugh-out-loud hilarious , absorbing, and, well, fantastic!

I've read a few other reviews of the book, and reviewers kept calling it unrealistic. I highly doubt it was supposed to mirror the lives of actual college students; in fact, I'd be quite frightened if it did! Suspend disbelief for awhile; you will absolutely love this book! Jan 03, Kia Couture rated it liked it.

I liked this book and it's a great transitioning book for any teen readers who want to start reading books with a more adult edge to them. I also really liked the storyline to the book which follows a mousy little lonely girl who discovers the grass isn't always greener on the other side when she joins a sorority in hopes of becoming a popular girl with a boyfriend and best friends. My main complaint is the character writes the entire book in diary format and for someone who repeatedly describes I liked this book and it's a great transitioning book for any teen readers who want to start reading books with a more adult edge to them.

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My main complaint is the character writes the entire book in diary format and for someone who repeatedly describes herself to be so intelligent she sounds like she's a junior in high school. In addition to that you never find a character in the book you really love and you're rooting for through the entire book it's more of a less of all evils type of thing.

Last complaint, there are a few loose ends in the book that kind of leave you with a "huh?

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Shelves: , teen. If it wasn't for one of the most unrealistic voices I've read in a long time, I could chalk this up to being a guilty pleasure. The story is compulsively readable in that dimestore way sorority hazing, ugly duckling gone pretty in pink, sex and girly violence but the voice of its main character in diary format, no less lacks any attempt at authenticity, and its values are so despicable it leaves me feeling dirty.

This one gets an ew. I loved this because when it comes to Meri Sugarman, there is no so thing as too much. Meri is absolutely crazy and I appreciate that the author does't hold back when telling the story. This is a re-read for me and it brought back a nostalgia and 'comfort' of my pre-teen years when I first met Meri and Cindy.

Highly recommend for a hysterical, draw-dropping read.

Dec 21, Shannon Evans rated it liked it. At first, I wasnt sure I would get into the book. It was the summer entering into Middle School, and I just didnt know if it would be my type of book. Turns out it was, and I actually enjoyed it. All the plans thought out during the book, really intrigued me.

Sep 07, Librariann added it Shelves: The old blogging service Vox is closing up shop and I am transferring all of the books I logged on there. Sep 02, Stacey B. This was a pretty good book. Some of the priveleges of the sorority girls were not very believeable, but I still enjoyed the book.

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It was a fairly quick read that always left me wondering what was going to happen next. Apr 14, Makayla rated it it was amazing. Sep 30, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult. Chick lit. A good look at sorority life although unreal and fantastical at times and what some girls go through to be popular. Jan 17, Kim rated it it was ok.

Quick, funny read. It was for a little younger audience than what I realized though. Apr 01, Kayleena rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Teenagers Mainly Girls.

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Shelves: already-read. I loved this book from beginnning to end. The way it is set up, with diary entries, keeps it fast paced. I'm not one to spoil, but I will say that I loved the book!