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Lucky (It Girl, Book 5) by Cecily von…

Lucky (It Girl, Book 5) (edition 2007)

by Cecily von Ziegesar

Series: It Girl (5)

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Title:Lucky (It Girl, Book 5)
Authors:Cecily von Ziegesar
Info:Poppy (2007), Edition: First Edition, Paperback, 256 pages
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This was my least favourite book in the series, it dragged a fair bit throughout the middle and didn't seem like much was going on. I wasn't very fond of where some the relationships were going and who was with who and all that sort of thing.

The resolutions left something to be desired but the rest of the series turned out fine. ( )
  katie1802 | May 10, 2014 |
Reviewed by Taylor Rector for TeensReadToo.com

After the fire at the barn, the school is in an uproar trying to figure out the culprits of who started it.

As readers of this addicting series already know, ever since Tinsley Carmichael came back to school she has had it in for Jenny. Jenny wasn't the one who started the fire, but that doesn't mean anything as far as Tinsley is concerned.

Bret and Kara have rumors flying about them! What will they do to stop them?

The boys are getting into the usual amount of trouble. Will they help stop the rumors of who started the fire? Or fuel them?

This weekend the prospective students are in town, meaning those already attending the school have to be on good behavior. But do they really know what that is? And does one of the new students have a dirty little secret?

LUCKY is the fifth book in the IT GIRL series, and should be read in order. I wouldn't want to let you ruin such an addictive series by reading them out of order! ( )
  GeniusJen | Oct 12, 2009 |
very good. i recomend it to anyone who like drama ( )
  spaz2011 | Jun 23, 2008 |
I read this book for SSR and it was really great i could not wait until it came out I read all 256 pages. The book is about Jenny and her friends and their boarding school and it starts off rite where the last book was left off which s when they need to find out who burned the old Farm house. When the dean puts out his list of suspects all the students are scared and wonder how hey picked the people. Once its time for the meeting the Dean puts a twist in his decision. Great book would recommend to anyone who has read the other It girl books or if u enjoy Gossip Girl. ( )
  avalencia | Dec 19, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0316113476, Paperback)

Jenny Humphrey has attended some crazy parties at Waverly Academy, but none as hot as the bash at Miller farm, where the barn went up in flames. Literally. So when Dean Marymount announces that someone is going to be expelled, it's every owl for him- and herself.

Tensions are rising, rumors are flying, and pretty soon everyone is a suspect. Jenny is worried about her adorable, shaggy-haired new crush, Julian, whose lighter was found at the scene of the crime. Callie is afraid she and Easy will both get kicked out, because they were in the barn-together-when it caught fire. And Tinsley knows she'll take the heat for organizing the wild party in the first place.Luckily she's come up with a way to keep from getting in trouble: by blaming Jenny. Of course.

After all, Waverly's girls always fight fire with fire. But watch out, ladies-in a battle like this, someone's bound to get burned.

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Elite Waverly Academy's standards of conduct are strained when Callie and Tinsley recruit a prospective student who is visiting campus to spy for them, in order to implicate Jenny as the arsonist who burned down an antique barn at the Miller farm.

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