Book Reviews of You Know You Love Me

You Know You Love Me
You Know You Love Me
Author: Cecily Von Ziegesar
ISBN-13: 9780613569552
ISBN-10: 0613569555
Publication Date: 7/2003
Reading Level: Young Adult
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Rebound by Sagebrush
Book Type: School Library Binding
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Helpful Score: 3
Book two in the gossip girl series finds Blair Waldorf getting ready to lose her virginity to her boyfriend Nate. This is the second time the couple has planned a romantic evening for such a momentous occasion, and soon becomes the second time that they are interrupted. To Blair's shock and horror, they are interrupted by her mother who informs them that she is getting remarried to a man Blair loathes and the wedding will be in 3 weeks - on Blair's birthday!! For Blair this is the icing on an already rotten cake as she is suspicious of Nate's loyalty and worried about college applications.

Serena is also back in this episode and still suffering socially because Blair has shut her out. Her friendship with Dan is growing, but it doesn't seem to be going where Dan would like it to go. Serena is also extremely concerned about getting into college and knows that she will have to win the school film festival to have a shot at her college applications being taken seriously by reputable schools.

Once again, these snotty, self-absorbed, rich kids are back with their trips to Barney's, Manolo Blahniks, and everything trendy. But that's what makes these books such a guilty pleasure. The reader is SUPPOSED to hate them. At the same time, it is a look into the world of the perfect and reminds us that no one is perfect, no matter where they get their milk pedicures and facials. Not great literature, but a quick and enjoyable read.
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Helpful Score: 2
I love gossip girls. These books are good for any teen girl who loves gossip and drama
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Helpful Score: 1
I liked this one even more than the first book in this series. A great easy and quick read.
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Helpful Score: 1
book was ok. have the rest of the series to read. prefer the IT GIRL series more though.
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If you love the IT GIRL series, Gossip Girl is perfect for you! I love this series. Its great for older teens and is full of fashion, gossip, drama, love, hate, and the lives of rich, cubbing New Yorkers. 5 STARS.
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i LOVE this series! i recamend it to any one! an easy read and by the end you love all the charicters. (start with the first one)
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Enter the world of Gossip Girl. A series geared to teens.
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College interviews, romantic troubles and a fancy wedding photographed for Vogue dominate this second installment of von Ziegesar's frothy but fun series about rich Manhattan prep school kids and the gossip Web site tracking their lives. Blair Waldorf's mother is marrying her "seriously tacky" boyfriend on Blair's birthday and has chosen the bulimic overachiever's former best friend Serena as a bridesmaid (Blair will be maid of honor). Meanwhile, "hunky" Nate avoids Blair (he's secretly seeing chesty Jenny Humphrey), and the compounded stress makes her act like a "freakshow" during her Yale interview. Blonde bombshell Serena is disturbed by poet Dan's intense affections, struggles through her own interview at Brown and scores first prize in a school film contest. The plot culminates at the wedding, where the girls' boy troubles come to a head. As with her Gossip Girl, von Ziegesar creates a complete world: the characters get drunk, shop and indulge in spa treatments plus, the film contest prize is two tickets to Cannes. While this is still strictly a guilty pleasure, the story lines are better developed in this volume and the characters show more growth. But it's their outrageous lifestyles and antics and the snide omniscient narrator that will keep readers turning the pages.
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My daughters love this whole series. Light reading, nothing heavy but recommended for older teens.
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Pretty good. It def. keeps your interest. The ending leaves you wanting to read the next book in the series.
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great compainion book to the first GG book
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My 15 year old read this start to finish in one day and said that it is great. She can't wait to get the next one.
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My daughter read this and enjoyed it. Tipical teenager novel.