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Gossip Girl (Gossip Girl, #1) Welcome To New York City S Upper East Side, Where My Friends And I Live, Go To School, Play, And Sleep Sometimes With Each Other.S Is Back From Boarding School, And If We Aren T Careful, She S Going To Win Over Our Teachers, Wear That Dress We Couldn T Fit Into, Steal Our Boyfriends Hearts, And Basically Ruin Our Lives In A Major Way I Ll Be Watching Closely.You Know You Love Me,gossip Girl

  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Gossip Girl (Gossip Girl, #1)
  • Cecily von Ziegesar
  • English
  • 11 May 2018
  • 0316910333

About the Author: Cecily von Ziegesar

Cecily grew up in Manhattan and went to an all girl s school on the Upper East Side 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.



10 thoughts on “Gossip Girl (Gossip Girl, #1)

  1. says:

    The following is a public service announcement sponsored by The Committee For Teens Who Read Real Books Attention teenage girls Looking for a book to read for your English class, but don t know where to start I know what you re thinking you want to read about fashion and celebrities, but Seventeen doesn t count as a book like, how unfair is that You want a book that doesn t have a plot too confusing but J.D Salinger is too complicated What to do Fear not, dear readers Gossip Girl h The following is a public service announcement sponsored by The Committee For Teens Who Read Real Books Attention teenage girls Looking for a book to read for your English class, but don t know where to start I know what you re thinking you want to read about fashion and celebrities, but Seventeen doesn t count as a book like, how unfair is that You want a book that doesn t have a plot too confusing but J.D Salinger is too complicated What to do Fear not, dear readers Gossip Girl has arrived The books are chock full of brand names and hot nightclubs, wi...

  2. says:

    There s one thing that you must accept before you read these books lives like those written about in Gossip Girl exist And I know this because I live it Granted, I m muchlike the Jenny Humphrey type who witnesses the drama from the outside, but I still hear about it And yes, that s what the popular kids do They rent limos and get drunk or high in them on their way to Manhattan clubs where they then hook up with all their friends and their friends friends What you wear defines you, There s one thing that you must accept before you read these books lives like those written about in...

  3. says:

    i thought about giving this book five stars, not because it s so great, but because i think everyone with daughters should at least look at it my 14 year old has devoured all eight or nine in the series good god and i felt like i ought to know what she was reading gossip girl is absolutely the biggest piece of crap i ve ever slogged through, but, that said, i did finish it, mostly out of a horrified curiosity at what interests 9th graders these days it really was absolute dreck by pag i thought about giving this book five stars, not because it s so great, but because i think everyone with daughters should at least look at it my 14 year old has devoured all eight or nine in the series good god and i felt like i ought to know what she was reading gossip girl is absolutely the biggest piece of crap i ve ever slogged through, but, that said, i did finish it, mostly out of a horrified curiosity at what interests 9th graders these days it really was absolute dreck by page 39 there was discussion of a sex between tenth graders, b copious drinking in front of insanely permissive parents, c dope smoking galore, and d bulimia as a way of life the story was all over the place and at the same time didn t seem to go anywhere, characters were poorly defined, everybody was self absorbed and dumb as mud at one point the girls use the central park falcons as an excuse to throw a fundraising party and they have to look up the word falcon in the dictionary I suppose i m reac...

  4. says:

    During the particularly bleak summer of my 11th year, I spent a month hiding from my wicked step mother in the basement bedroom I shared with my sister No TV, no movies, and very little radio reception meant I readthan usual, and when I went through my own summer reading, I started borrowing from my sister, whose taste ran mostly to Goosebumps and Choose Your Own Adventure books which were, admittedly, totally awesome But she did have some racier titles tucked away The book I remember During the particularly bleak summer of my 1...

  5. says:

    This is very possibly the worst book I have ever read The author clearly knows nothing about 16 year olds aside from what she s seen in horrible television shows all the ones just like the show this series spawned The characters are all 2 dimensional and predictable all super hot, super trendy, super rich, super popular and few if any have any redeeming qualities Even the ki...

  6. says:

    This was an enjoyable story, but the pace was a little slow there seemed to be lots of scene setting and not so much action.6 out of 10

  7. says:

    Look I don t want to sound too much like Tipper Gore in the 80 s, or too much like Maude Flanders of The Simpsons, tearing out my hair and screeching WHAT ABOUT THE CHILDREN but this book Are you fucking kidding me Have teenagers really grown up so much in the 9 years since I was one, when I was content with R.L Stine and Christopher Pike, and scandalized by Sweet Valley High I mean, CO...

  8. says:

    Gossip Girl is a richly detailed look into the lives of Upper East Side teenagers I enjoyed getting into thehipster characters, the ones who read poetry, drink black coffee, and aren t extravagantly wealthy Dan, Vanessa, Jenny Jenny is adorable and likable as she constantly strives for a place in the It crowd Dan is a scruffy hipster with an infatuation for a pretty, popular girl he doesn t really know As you read through Dan s feelings and narration, you root for this awkward Gossip Girl is a richly detailed look into the lives of Upper East Side teenagers I enjoyed getting into thehipster characters, the ones who read poetry, drink black coffee, and aren t extravagantly wealthy Dan, Vanessa, Jenny Jenny is adorable and likable as she constantly strives for a place in the It crowd Dan is a scruffy hipster with an infatuation for a pretty, popular girl he doesn t really know As you read through Dan s feelings and narration, you root for this awkward guy with poetic feelings for his polar opposite As you read through Vanessa s section, you see Dan as an awkward, stereotypical guy who simply likes this girl for her beauty Each character has a distinct viewpoint that always changes your perspective on the situation Let s move on to the rich characters I always get a Gatsby like feeling from this book All these characters are dirty, filthy rich, and yet always seem to be chronically un...

  9. says:

    So, I basically just read the pilot episode Snobby girls and boys doing inappropriate things for sixteen year olds and there s nothing much else to it.

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