The Elite




      The Elite
From the top, you can see everything except yourself When Casey McCloy steps into the elegant Bramford building, she s overwhelmed Fresh from the Midwest, she s moved to New York s Upper East Side to live with her grandmother and attend the prestigious Meadowlark Academy Here all that matters is who you know The girl to know is Madison Macallister popular, pretty, platinumblond She s not just Casey s new classmate and neighbor she s an icon So Casey aims to get in with Madison and her gorgeous gal pals from the start As the reigning queen of coolness, Madison is capable of destroying reputations with one welltimed whisper Better to be on her good side But after a city haute makeover from her new frenemy Madison, Casey is wearing the right clothes, saying the right things, and meeting the right people, including Drew, the boy about town who Madison thinks belongs to her and her alone. New Download [ The Elite ] author [ Jennifer Banash ] – heartforum.co.uk

Jennifer Banash was born and raised in New York City She now lives in Southern California with her beagle, Sigmund, and her vast collection of designer shoes.Check out my blog at jenniferbanash.wordpress.com

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      The Elite
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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • The Elite
  • Jennifer Banash
  • English
  • 19 March 2019
  • 0425221571

10 thoughts on “ The Elite

  1. Arya *Bibliomaniac!* Fraser Stark says:

    Quick read Slow delivery Oh wait There wasn t any delivery Silly me This book was a poor imitation of The Clique and Mean Girls The similarities were there Uber popular, rich alpha bitch with her sidekicks two to be exact, my my, how very Mean Girl esque It was so similar that Madison, alpha, was super blonde, and her two friends were brown haired and then blonde as well Sound like a movie anyone knows New girl, moderately broke, thrown in Madison s path by accident, and becomes Quick read Slow ...

  2. Tasha says:

    As soon as Casey McCloy steps into the luxurious Bramford apartment building she knows that she has entered another world Everything seems so muchelegant and sophisticated then even the nice places in her hometown of Normal, Illinois Casey has moved to Upper East Side Manhattan to stay with her grandmother while her feministic mother travels to England to do research for her up and coming book Before Casey even steps foot in her grandmother s apartment she is greeted by Madison As soon as Casey McCloy steps into the luxurious Bramford apartment building she knows that she has entered another world Everything seems so muchelegant and sophisticated then even the nice places in her hometown of Normal, Illinois Casey ha...

  3. Diane Morasco says:

    Hmmm Another series about a Midwestern beauty moving to NYC Another series featuringrich, beautiful, bratty teens.Excuse me, haven t we done this before Yes Unfortunately, many times over Excessively Enter Jennifer Banash JB has skills Ms Banash extinguishes the competition w her Manolo s then struts down to Bergdorf s to pick up a pair of Corset Bootie s Dior , a Stella McCartney Piercing Tote a Kooba Blake Leather Shoulder Bag love Banash is clearly a rock star Hmmm Another series about a Midwestern beauty moving to NYC Another series featuringrich, beautiful, bratty teens.Excuse me, haven t we done this before Yes Unfortunately, many times over Excessively Enter Jennifer Banash JB has skills Ms Banash extinguishes the competition w her Manolo s then struts down to Bergdorf s to pick up a pair of Corset Bootie ...

  4. Katie says:

    So overall I thought this book was a really good read I loved how Jennifer Banash managed to incorporate real teenage problems into this book all about rich girls and the high life So Casey McCloy is the new girl in town and on her first day she meets the three most popular girls in her new school, Madison, Phoebe, and Sophie All she really wants to do is to fit in with them and Sophie and Phoebe seem like they have no problem with that, but Madison does Madison is the mean girl of her So overall I thought this book was a really good read I loved how Jennifer Banash managed to incorporate real teenage problems into this book all about rich girls and the high life So Casey McCloy is the new g...

  5. Keely says:

    2.5 to the entire series To be blatantly honest, I did not like this series There were too many plot holes left unfilled and I didn t really like any of the characters at all In the first book I thought I was going to enjoy the series, but then the ending killed it for me Then I picked up the second book hoping it could improve, but it didn t if anything it got worse The last book could have solved all the problems but instead it left off with another cliffhanger and it is the final book in 2.5 to the entire series To be blatantly honest, I did not like this series There were too many plot holes left unfilled and I didn t really like any of the characters at all In the first book I thought I was going to enjoy the series, but then the ending killed it for me Then I picked up the second book hoping it could improve, but it didn t if anything it got worse The last book could have solved all the problems but instead it left off with another cliffhanger and it is the final book in the series The only reason this book has stars is because the writing wasn t horrible and the plot was good enough to keep me wondering However too much was left unsaid and that is why I rated it so low.This book isn t in my normal range of books, I really like fantasy, but I do enjoy contemporary as well However rich kid problems isn t that interesting to me, if I am to be honest I tried Gossip Girl, been there done that, and th...

  6. Debbie says:

    I really wanted to like this book because I heard good things about it but I guess it just was not for me I feel like the story of the small town girl moving to the big city to live among the rich and snooty has been done many times so I really wanted something in this book to distinguish itself While I loved Casey s grandmother and Casey herself was pretty likeable I found a lot of the relationships between the characters to be a bit unbelievable For instance, I could understand why Drew was I really wanted to like this book because I heard good things about it but I guess it just was not for me I feel like the story of the small town girl moving to the big city to live among the rich and snooty has been done many times so I really wanted something in this book to distinguish itself While I loved Casey s grandmother and Casey herself was pretty likeable I found a lot of the relationships between the characters to be a bit unbelievable For instance, I could understand why Drew was doubting a...

  7. Carmen says:

    I actually started the book when I was in New York on vacation, so I guess that was kind of cool that I would be reading about Casey s Central Park adventure, when I was there just a minute ago As for the book itself, I liked the idea of the outsider trying to fit in I thought that the words and selfish behaviours of some of the characters seemed so real I loved the change of perspectives between the characters and you see how things really are despite the way they seem The only character I actually started the book when I was in New York on vacation, so I guess that was kind of cool that I would be reading about Casey s Central Park adventure, when I was there just a minute ago As for the book itself, I liked t...

  8. Sunsontops says:

    Ok I ve since realized that I only write long reviews for books that I hate This book took me by a surprise It was superbly written, had many realistic not one dimensional characters, and put a smile on my face at the end EVEN though I freaking hate all the references to clothes fashion st...

  9. Susan says:

    Fun in the vein of Gossip Girl.

  10. Flannery Francis says:

    Get this author an editor and a grammar lesson

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