The Julian Game

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 200 pages
37 Reviews
Never part of the in crowd, Raye is thrilled when popular girl Ella Parker starts to show interest in her. So when Ella proposes an online prank on her ex, Julian Kilgarry, Raye is more than happy to play along. Together they develop an online persona and use it to "friend" him. But then things go a bit too far. And when Ella learns that Raye has been flirting with Julian face-to-face, things really escalate. Soon, what Raye thought was just some innocent online fun turns into a vicious smear campaign - against Raye herself!

"Griffin elevates the mean girl plot with spot-on insights into teen social politics and quirky, multidimensional characters." - Booklist

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The writing and plot fit together just as perfectly. - Goodreads
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The plot is well constructed. - Goodreads
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User Review  - MVTheBookBabe - LibraryThing

The Julian Game was a huge disappointment in my eyes. I was hoping for a fun book about revenge, but what I got was really different-- and not what I was hoping for at all. The characters were the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sullywriter - LibraryThing

An engrossing, timely story that offers a great portrait of the treacherous jungle that is high school social culture, and both an amusing and disturbing commentary on the ease with which virtual ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Adele Griffin's critically acclaimed novels include The Other Shepards, Amandine and National Book Award Finalist Sons of Liberty. Her numerous awards and accolades include ALA Best Book for Young Adults,ALA Notable, CCBC Choice, IRA-CBC Children's Choice and Bank Street Book of the Year. She lives in New York City.

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