Friday, September 11, 2009

Review: Nothing Can Keep Us Together by Cecily von Ziegesar (Gossip Girl)

Nothing Can Keep Us Together by Cecily von Ziegesar (Gossip Girl)

rating: 4.0/5.0

From Goodreads:
Welcome to New York City's Upper East Side, where my friends and I get everything and everyone we want. Snagging the latest Marc Jacobs bag or your best friends boyfriend isn't pretty, but it's always hot . . . It's almost graduation and our lives are really heating up. Everybody's into college and it's obviously time to party - as if we hadn't been doing that already! Will Blair and Nate's love affair continue? More importantly, will Blair finally get into Yale? Or will Nate and Serena hook up in New Haven and leave Blair alone in the city? And as for the juiciest scoop of all, what's this we hear about Jenny leaving Constance Billard to go to boarding school? Only time will tell how everyone will end up, but one thing's for sure: love is in the air, and it smells a lot like Gucci Envy.
For some reason I am absolutely addicted to this series. I need to check out the tv show too, but right now the books are enough for me.

Nothing Can Keep Us Together is another deliciously decadent installment in the Gossip Girl series following primarily Serena, Nate and Blair, but an additional cast of friends and misfits too. I love how this series has the different types and how this one book in particular shows that all the types no matter the outward display pretty much feel the same towards graduation.

There's more speculation about Nate, Serena and Blair, a new boyfriend for Blair and other breakups and hookups. Add in Jenny looking for a boarding school and it's another wild ride through the lives of those teens who I love to read about.

Light and fluffy is how I describe this - it's my go to book series to put me in a good mood.

Binding: Paperback
On-sale Date: 1998
Publisher: Little, Brown Young Readers
Pages: 240


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