Hacking Harvard by Robin Wasserman

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It's the ultimate challenge: breaking into the Ivy League.

The hack:

To get one deadbeat, fully unqualified slacker into the most prestigious school in the country.

The crew:

Eric Roth -- the good guy, the voice of reason.

Max Kim -- the player who made the bet in the first place.

Schwartz -- the kid genius already on the inside...of Harvard, that is.

Lexi -- the beauty-queen valedictorian who insists on getting in the game.

The plan:

Use only the most undetectable schemes and techno-brilliant skills. Don't break the Hacker's Code. Don't get distracted. Don't get caught. Take down someone who deserves it.

The stakes:

A lot higher than they think.

They've got the players, the plot, and soon -- the prize.

It's go time.

About Robin Wasserman

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ROBIN WASSERMAN is the critically-acclaimed author of the Seven Deadly Sins series, Hacking Harvard, the Skinned trilogy, and The Book of Blood and Shadow. She lives in Brooklyn.

Author Residence: Brooklyn, NY

Author Hometown: Philadelphia, PA
Published October 27, 2009 by Simon Pulse. 320 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The Trades

Book Review: Hacking Harvard by R.J. Carter Published: November 29, 2007.
Robin Wasserman's geek tragedy gives an often-missed human quality to ...

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Curled Up With a Good Kid's Book

When Max announces that a pair of rival hackers has challenged the group to hack into Harvard, the other boys can’t believe it.

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