Devious (It Girl, #9)by Published 01 Jan 2009
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The ninth book in the New York Times bestselling IT GIRL series Jenny Humphrey could have lost everything she'd worked so hard for when the reality show her adoring freshman fans were filming backfired on her in the most publicly humiliating way...but it meant she found out who her friends were - maybe Waverly is big enough for four IT girls? About The Author: Cecily von Ziegesar grew up in New York City and attended a private girls` school. She always wanted to be a writer, and she was always a gossip, so the GOSSIP GIRL and THE IT GIRL novels were inevitable. Table of Contents ?5.99
"Devious (It Girl, #9)" Reviews
Okay so I love this series, and I can't believe Classic is going to be the last :0(
The idea of the new dean is a little Private series, but I liked it. I really like Jenny with the dean's son super cute. I don't know where that will take us but with the most recent Gossip Girl book my thought is not fair.
I DO NOT like the dean's daughter. I don't know who she thinks she is.
I like Sebastian and Brett together, and hope they work out til the end of the series. I'm so glad she is straight now, makes her character more interesting.
Callie is going to have a lot to get through in the next book and all with old flames being back. Poor Brandon always gets screwed :0( I would like to see him with a good local girl, kinda like Jenny but not here cause I like her with deans son.
Tinsley and Julian are cute together, I think she made a mistake in this book. But hopefully it's not to late. I feel she got screwed in this book just as much as Brandon did. I really like her a lot too. There is not one character in this series I don't like. So I am super sad to see it end.
Excited to see how the series ends!
Probably would give this a 3.5/5! Definitely an improvement from the last few books, still ridiculous plot lines though!
Dean's kids are always the biggest troublemakers.
Same same, but different, but still the same...
Reviewed by Jaglvr for TeensReadToo.com
The students at Waverly have returned to campus after Christmas break. It's the start of what is known as "Jan Plan." The students get a month to work on group or individual projects. There are no other classes to worry about, so it will pretty much be a month-long party.
When the students report to the Chapel for their welcome back speech, they are stunned to find that Dean Marymount is gone. In his place is a young and apparently hip Dean Dresden. What's more, the Dean has brought his two gorgeous teenagers, Isaac and Isla, with him.
As you can imagine, there will be all sorts of hijinks going on at Waverly. Jenny encounters Isaac when she tries to convince the new dean to allow her to work on her art project alone. There's been a policy that sophomores have to work in groups, but Jenny's idea is a solo one. Tinsley teams up with Isla for a crazy photography project. And Callie finds herself unexpectedly working with her old boyfriend, the needy Brandon, on, of all things, a psychology love experiment.
Some of the people aren't what they seem, and as a raucous party at the Dean's house grows out of control, true colors will be shown.
DEVIOUS was definitely a more lighthearted piece of the IT GIRL puzzle. Without classes thrown into the mix, the students of Waverly can cause more havoc and get into way deeper trouble. I probably enjoyed this one even more because it was really different from the other books in the series.
Reading any of the IT GIRL novels is as sinful as sitting down and watching "Gossip Girl" or "90210," only better....the book lasts longer.