Thursday, April 16, 2009


Title: GoldenGirl          Author: Micol Ostow          Publisher: Simon Pulse               Number Of Pages: 193


Summary From Back Of book:  Paige, Spencer, and Madison have it all: the looks, the connections, the money, the boys. As the daughters of the three most prestigious families on Philadelphia’s Main Line (read: old money, and lots of it) and the ruling juniors at the exclusive Bradford Prep, nothing can stand in their way….except, perhaps, their own dark secrets. When an old frenemy from Paige’s hidden past shows up to Bradford and plays nice-too nice-Paige is desperate to smother the threat. How far will she go to silence the truth?

  The secrets and scandals of Bradford Prep are revealed in the blog format. The books stand alone, but extensive online content, including an interactive social networking site, plus all-new chapters and alternate chapter perspectives, offer additional insight and intrigue.



Review: GoldenGirl lived up to my expectations, and it was awesome! There was tons of betrayal and drama that sucks you into the world of high fashion, rich girls, parties and Bradford Prep. I loved that it was written in blog format! It made the book a lot more interesting for me! The characters all had depth, and were interesting. I really liked the main character Spencer, I thought Madison was a fun character because of her fashion sense, but I really didn’t like Paige (giving my reason would give away part of the story so I won't tell you!) Anyway, I would suggest you read it because Micol’s writing is great and the book is a fun read! I can’t wait to read Fashionista (The second book!)



I recommend this book if you like high fashion, chicklit, YA novels, and a touch of romance!      



  1. I've had an ARC of this for a while, but haven't gotten around to reading it yet (eeps)! I love Micol's writing, so I can't wait to begin!

    Excellent review, Senfaye! (:

  2. I think you should read it Bookworm! It is an awesome book, I highly suggest it...and since you already have it you should read it!

  3. Wow... a book written in blogs?! Pretty cool.