Alphas by Lisi Harrison

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Most will likely look for a continuance of the Clique series...this novel is fresh, fun, and nowhere near as catty or brand obsessed. Instead, the focus is on the development and learning of 100 exceptionally bright and talented girls.
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Synopsis

At OCD the losers are tormented.

At Alpha Academy, they're sent home.

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?
 

About Lisi Harrison

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Lisi Harrison was the Senior Director of Production Development at MTV, and was responsible for creating and developing original programming for air on MTV. She also served as Head Writer for MTV Production and before that had her own column in Jane Magazine. Lisi lives in Laguna Beach, California, and is currently working on her next Alphas novel, coming in April 2010, as well as her next Clique novel.
 
Published August 5, 2009 by Poppy. 278 pages
Genres: Young Adult, History, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Fiction
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Teen Reads

Above average
on Aug 25 2009

The storyline and setting may seem out of reach for most, but Harrison casually invites the reader to become part of the ultra-exclusive world she has created and succeeds every time. Her characters also seem real.

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Common Sense Media

Above average
on Aug 25 2009

Most will likely look for a continuance of the Clique series...this novel is fresh, fun, and nowhere near as catty or brand obsessed. Instead, the focus is on the development and learning of 100 exceptionally bright and talented girls.

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Reviewed by In_Love_with_Writing on Mar 19 2013

While some instances in the novel can seem a little too fake to consider realistic, the novel’s setting and objects used can easily be interpreted as a futuristic means. All the characters are relatable...

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