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Gossip Girl: Nobody Does it Better by Cecily von Ziegesar.

Nobody Does it Better

Title: Gossip Girl: Nobody Does it Better.
Author: Cecily von Ziegesar.
Genre: Fiction, teen, romance, chick lit.
Country: U.S.
Language: English.
Publication Date: May 11, 2005.
Summary: The uptown girls are headed downtown as Serena and Jenny take on their new fabulous roles as rock-star model girlfriends of New York's hottest band, The Raves. Meanwhile, Dan is too busy drowning his sorrows in empty bottles to notice a mysterious French beauty who has a penchant for dirty, Jim Morrison-wannabe lead singers. Blair takes residence at the Plaza to think about her future. Will she become a gun-toting international spy or Manhattan's snobbiest society hostess? Decisions are so difficult! Sounds like everyone needs a day off at the spa. And Senior Spa Day promises to serve up further doses of scandal for New York's busiest private-school vixens.

My rating: 7/10

♥ Despite the existence of her little brother Tyler, who was a boy, and Yale, who was only a baby, Blair had always identified herself as an only child, except for those rare occasions when she and Serena were getting along so well it felt like they were sisters.

♥ Mrs. M smiled her first genuine smile in weeks. She liked Rufus Humphrey. Sure, he was scruffy and inappropriate, but he was a single dad who'd raised two kids himself and done a decent job of it. His only trouble was that he lived on the other side of the park and didn't play by the same rules that the rest of the Upper East Side had played by since they started nursery school at Brick Church on Park Avenue. He's never given a cent to the school's endowment or attended a fundraiser. He'd never offered to build the school a new library or gym or swimming pool if it could guarantee Jenny a place at Harvard after graduation. He was also more protective of his daughter than most of the parents she was used to, mainly because he'd changed her diapers himself, and punished her when she'd done wrong, and therefore felt a certain personal responsibility for how she behaved.
Tags: 1st-person narrative, 2000s, 21st century - fiction, 3rd-person narrative, american - fiction, bildungsroman, chick lit, fiction, romance, sequels, teen

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