Eccentric billionaire Shira Brazille founded the super-exclusive Alpha Academy on exotic Alpha Island to nurture the next generation of exceptional dancers, writers, musicians, and inventors. It's a dream come true for 100 lucky girls, but those not measuring up can be sent home at any time for any reason. The one left standing will win worldwide fame. Who will it be?
Skye Hamilton has scored an invitation to the ultra-exclusive Alphas-only boarding school where beta is spelled LBR . What happens when the country's best, brightest, and hawtest begin clawing and scratching their way to the top?
©2010 Lisi Harrison (P)2010 Hachette
I'm open to any book as long as it is true to itself.
Stereotypes abound in this book. The boys are weird and the girls are standard. The idea of the book was what attracted me, but the author failed to deliver on every level. Very disappointing.
Over the top fiction that left you wanting to know what happened to the characters- searching for Part #2
I really enjoyed the story. The pop culture references were over the top and became irksome pretty quickly. The narrator wasn't bad overall, but the accents could've used some work.
As a mature reader, I couldn't abide this book. I can usually tell when a book is for children or teenagers, but I do wish there were some indicator warning adults of this.
Perhaps 13year old girls would enjoy it - boys, ballet, silliness and dreams of becoming.
The narrator's efforts at British and Australian accents are abominable. I rather wish she hadn't tried.
My advice would be: Dont waste your time or money on this one.
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