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Product Details

  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Poppy; 3rd edition, revised edition (May 7 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0316912123
  • ISBN-13: 978-0316912129
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 1.9 x 20.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 358 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 58 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #308,499 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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S and B and J and N are back, along with A, D, V, and assorted other rich, catty Manhattan teenagers in this third installment of the Gossip Girl series. An omniscient and anonymous narrator keeps track of the scene in (now an actual site), where the rumors fly, backs are stabbed, and celebrity sightings are dutifully reported. Serena (S) and Blair (B) are best friends again, shoring each other up as Blair faces life without her ex, Nate, who has hooked up with a sweet, busty 14-year-old, and Serena fends off advances from drop-dead-gorgeous rock star, Flow. Life’s rough. Meanwhile, Vanessa and Dan play the will-he/won’t-he game of sex, and Aaron tries to thwart his own crush on new stepsister Blair.

They’re the teens you love to hate, and yet it’s not all trash. Beneath the designer name-obsessed veneer and the nasty soap opera quality of Gossip Girl novels, there’s plenty that’s true and real for any teenager. Angst, creative passion, love, college applications, drinking, smoking, sex…sure, these kids are obnoxious and spoiled, but their core issues are not a million miles away from every other teen’s. And you know you love it. (Ages 14 and older) --Emilie Coulter

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Grade 10 Up-Blair, Serena, and their cronies are up to their old tricks, fitting backstabbing and gossiping into a heavy schedule of wild parties, glamorous vacations, and schoolwork. These teens are privileged, upper-class Manhattanites, so money is no object. Sex, drugs, and drinking are the norm, and all of their comings and goings are faithfully recorded and reported by the mysterious Gossip Girl on her Web site. In between school and shopping, they infect all of Manhattan with cattiness and sexual intrigues, related in a salty language. Even though this is part of a series, new readers will easily catch up with the melodrama.
Elaine Baran Black, Gwinnett County Public Library, Lawrenceville, GA
Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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Format: Paperback
Okay, I'm only 3/4 through the 3rd installment of this witty series, but I'm beginning to get bored. The problem with series is that they just become embellishments of the intro novel. Gossip Girl #1 was AWESOME because all the characters were new and exciting. Now, I'm just plain tired of reading about Nate's constant state of 'baked-ness', Serena's 24/7 'hotness', Vanessa's rebelliousness, Dan's torturedness, Blair's whininess and Chuck's sliminess. Having an international rock star hot for 17 year old Serena is just plain unbelievable.
Also, this series said that these kids are consumed with drugs, drinking, smoking, partying and sex. I've seen a LOT of the first four, but where's this 'sex' thats so touted? So far, no one's had sex, although its been 'alluded' to (Nate and Serena in the first novel and Blair and Nate TRYING to, but....thats it. Its made to seem like its a constant orgy, which its not.
I will continue this novel and also read the last two, if only because I feel an attachment to these kids, but I hope their plots aren't contrived and predictable (I'm tired of shopping at Barneys, smoking pot in the park, etc.)
I hope the last two installments are fresher than this one. Ho-Hum. The one thing that keeps me smiling is von Ziegesar's wit and humor, especially describing these kids' thoughts of the other kids (especially Blair's thoughts about Serena's eternal lovliness) and Cyrus and Blair's mother's PDA. Hilarious!
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Von Ziegesar's Gossip Girl gang returns and they are all ready to let loose and have some fun, especially since midterms have left them stressed and anxious. It's time to unravel a bit. Sex, drugs, and partying ensue. Of course. And of course, when you're a rich Manhattanite with a picture-perfect life the lowly gawkers aspire to live, things are always just perfect.
Or not.
Gossip Girl's third venture lands us on St. Barts Island (or Brats island? Whichever you prefer). The island is covered with spas and places to go that are the epitome of chic, great restaurants, hot boys, and topless tanners stretched across miles of golden sand.
I think I prefer the GG installments that take place in good old NY. Nonetheless, scene location makes for an interesting plot. Serena begins an affair with music superstar Flow (unreal but who cares???!!). Blair has at last found a potential man to take her virginity and it ain't Nate - it's Aaron, her stepbrother's good friend Miles. Since their screwy world is a place of casual drinking, sex, drugs, and such behavior maybe deemed abnormal other places, Gossip Girl, number one gossip monger of all time, is still at work, documenting the lives of her peers on her website,
When Von Ziegesar takes the bubblegum novel back home to NY, it's at Serena Van der Woodsen's New Year's bash and everyone who is anyone will be there, of course. The party is the perfect setting for the whole Blair-Nate-Jenny triangle from the previous novel. This is why it really is imperative you read the books in order - certain events carry on from one book to the next.
Anyway, sweet, innocent Jenny, before her heartbreaking New Year's, was soooooo totally in "love" with Nate.
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How would you feel if your best friend moved to boarding school and you never got a call or a letter from her? Then all of a sudden you find out she's back in town and expecting your friendship to be the same. This is a problem Blair had when Serena went to boarding school.
They both live in Upper East Side New York in some of the most exquisite Penthouses, if you think that sounds nice there's more. They also have full time maids and cooks just in case they get hungry or if there rooms get messy. "Eventually they both decided to kiss and make up". It was about time, how long can you be mad at someone you've sent more than ten years of your life being friends with.
What makes this book hard to put down is it's so detailed you feel like it's a movie playing in your head. The book is told in the view point of two people, Serena and Blair. What's so great about this is you really find out what Serena and Blair are thinking because they both give you their perspective of what's going on.
If you enjoyed the Alice Series, this book is perfect for you. Not only will you not put it down, but also you won't stop talking about it with your friends and peers.
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By A Customer on Sept. 7 2003
Format: Paperback
this book is in in my opinion the best one out of the three. i admit the first 2 kind of bored me but this one is making me want to see what happens more and more. Serana and blair are back together , which is awesome because they make a great pair.Nate's really unsure (and gets what he deserves), and jenny really has to get over the thong. youll see what i mean when you read it which you should. this book is great because not only is it so entertaining , its strangely true. there are parts in the world (like where i come from) where the same sort of thing that happens in this book happens exactly the same. i mean the fake covers,the judgement on how great you car is , how prestigious your private school is and how international your warddrobe is. its great to see that im not alone coz sometimes i feel like the world is really haughty and judgemental.thats why i think this is a great book , in contrary to what ther ppl say about the sex booze and the drugs cz that a part of most teenagers lives, rich or not.
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