Sunday, September 20, 2009

Legacy: Review

(Private Series #6)
by Kate Brian

Synopsis:


The price of power...


After Cheyenne Martin's death, everyone at Easton Academy is struggling to recover from yet another tragedy—especially the girls of Billings Hall. With Cheyenne gone, they need to elect a new leader. And who better than Reed Brennan, the ultimate Billings Girls?


As the new Billings president, Reed suddenly has access to power she never imagined. Gossip is reported to her immediately, she has first dibs on everything from dining tables to dorm rooms, and Billings's most powerful alumnae are at her beck and call. So when Easton's students discover they're the only prep school on the East Coast not invited to this year's all-inclusive Legacy party, everyone turns to Reed to get them back on the list.


Reed is the most powerful girl at Easton.


She revels in her newfound status, but knows better than anyone that the Bilings leaders have a tainted legacy: Ariana was institutionalized, Noelle was expelled, and Cheyenne just died. History has a way of repeating itself at Easton, and now that Reed has everything she's ever wanted, she has everything to lose.

I think my mom should read this book and see how much of an angel I was when I was a teenager. I mean I got busted for doing many of stupid things, in fact I could even name so names of the gals who are most likely reading this now, but I won't. Let's just say thes girls don't know when to back off and lay low, something I would like to think I had down pack, or not if you ask the mama!! HA HA HA

Legacy is getting 5 stars from me and falls into these challenges...
ISBN: 1416950427
ISBN-13: 9781416950424
Format: Paperback, 256pp
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing
Pub. Date: February 2008
Sales Rank: 12,027
Age Range: Young Adult
Series:
Private Series, #6

Until next time...
Happy Reading!

2 comments:

trishalynn0708 said...

Great review. Sounds like a fun book.

Ceri said...

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