e-Book Cruel Love (Privilege) download

e-Book Cruel Love (Privilege) download

by Kate Brian

ISBN: 1442407883
ISBN13: 978-1442407886
Language: English
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers; Original edition (June 7, 2011)
Pages: 218
Category: Literature and Fiction
Subategory: Young Adult

ePub size: 1110 kb
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Rating: 4.9
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Check out all the books in the. And privilege series by kate brian. Pure sin. Cruel love. An imprint of Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing Division 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10020. This book is a work of fiction. Any references to historical events, real people, or real locales are used fictitiously.

Kate Brian is the author of the NY Times and USA Today best-selling Private series and it's spin-off series, Privilege. She has also written many other books for teens including Sweet 16 and Megan Meade's Guide to the McGowan Boys.

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After escaping from the Brenda T. Trumball Correctional Facility for Women and stealing the identity of rich socialite, Ariana Osgood finally thought she was on the path she always believed she deserved. But her past caught up with her andshe is forced right back to her old ways, making everything she wants seem further out of reach. And some familiar faces are back to make things even worse for her. The Privilege series comes to and end with all the suspense, romance, drama and, wherever Ariana is concerned, murder you'd expect.
In this book, Ariana tries desperately to hold her new life together but on top of seeing Reed, Dr Meloni is also the school's counselor that was hired following a tragic death cost by Ariana. And not to mention the fact that her ex boyfriend Palmer is very suspcious of her and Kiran's body has been found. At school she has become the new president of the secret society, has Jasper as her boyfriend, and because she's president of Stone and Grave she pretty much has automatic admissions into Princeton and therefore on the surface everything seems perfect. She tries to think of a plan to get rid of Reed and Dr. Meloni so she can still have her new life, which eventually leads to her downfall.
I really anticpated this book and it wasn't bad but I think it could have been better. The author left us hanging a bit in the end, I mean does Noelle go to Georgetown as well, since she is featured in this book a couple of times with Reed. And also did everyone find out that Ariana killed other people since she had been released from prison? Did Noelle tell Jasper who Ariana really was? I really wanted Ariana's new friends to find out who she really was and what she had done but it never happened. If I had of wrote this, I would have had that happen at her birthday party (which is a plot hole by the way since in the first book in the series it's stated that Briana Leigh's birthday is in April) but we were left hanging in that regard, and since Private pretty much took place before all of this, we won't find out when that series wraps up either. This was the only book in the series were I didn't feel any empathy for Ariana, I mean her obession with Reed was beyond crazy and annoying. She should have left town a long time ago and left Reed alone! Despite that I have to admit that I cried at the end. Partially because of what happened and also because this is the last book. I was looking so forward to this that I read it all in one day and I'm hoping there is another book under Privliege or either Private that wraps up the loose ends.

Grade B -

It is a great series with a great story line. I really like all the characters and how it is written. There are some parts where things are not to realistic but it is a fiction so it is okay. I really like this series and it was a good buy.

My daughter loves Kate Brian books.

From the moment that I picked up the first book in the series, I was hooked, this book was no different. I would recommend to anyone who likes to feel like you are truly a part of the story line.

It was awesome!! I had a feeling she wad going to die. She just kept hurting people. Loved the series

so glad it's over. it was not bad but i think it has dragged on so unnecessarily. the end was perfect though. it kinda gets me thinking... is it even worth reading Vengeance? or does this take place after..? yeah i dunno. not bad.

I'm super disappointed that this series is over.

The book was very entertaining and for the most part, I was happy how it ended. The main complaint that I have is that the author decided to end the spin off series which is set 2 years in the future BEFORE the original series ends. Now I know how everything ends up in the end and I was hoping for a few more answered questions.

The only thing I can hope for is that when the author ends the 'Private' series, that it is fast forwarded to the same time as when 'Privilege' takes place. Othewise, I just think that the whole series will end awkwardly.

But, really overall - I love both of these series! I think it's funny how in the Private series, I am always rooting for Reed - but as soon as I read a Privilege book - I am on Ariana's side. LOL. It makes no sense... I guess the author just does a good job of creating empathy for all of her character's. Whether they're psychotic murderers or not. ;)

This series kept me guessing and rooting for Ariana! Books like this never interested me…i hated murder stories because they always ended sadly. This book was different, with a character my age it was easy to relate to some of her problems. Such as killing her boyfriend!It may sound crazy but can you imagine how she felt? Even though Arisna was a crazy calculating killer i couldn't help but hope that the life she so badly wanted would hers. I can only wonder what would've gone differently had she not killed the real Ariana and went along with the original plan. The one complaint i have about the series is that to ever fully understand what caused Ariana's pure hatred for Reed i would have to read PRIVATE.

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ISBN: 1400142431
ISBN13: 978-1400142439
language: English
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction
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by Frances A. Kemble,Frances A. Butler Leigh,Fanny Kemble
ISBN: 0472095226
ISBN13: 978-0472095223
language: English
Subcategory: Americas
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ISBN: 0887393543
ISBN13: 978-0887393549
language: English
Subcategory: Mystery
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language: English
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