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  • Title: College Girls
  • Author: Francine Pascal Laurie John
  • ISBN: 9780553563085
  • Page: 125
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield are about to begin the most exciting year of their lives.Jessica has everything she s dreamed of freedom, independence, and all the guys on campus except the one she wants.Elizabeth hopes college will be just like high school only better Her longtime boyfriend, Todd Wilkins, wants their love to go further Can their relationship surJessica and Elizabeth Wakefield are about to begin the most exciting year of their lives.Jessica has everything she s dreamed of freedom, independence, and all the guys on campus except the one she wants.Elizabeth hopes college will be just like high school only better Her longtime boyfriend, Todd Wilkins, wants their love to go further Can their relationship survive freshman year Enid Rollins, Elizabeth s high school best friend, is glamorous Alexandra now party girl, sorority pledge and no friend of Elizabeth s.Winston Egbert vows to be taken seriously at college But he s been registered as Winnie and put in an all female dorm Elizabeth, Jessica, and their friends from Sweet Valley head for their wildest adventures ever at Sweet Valley University.
    College Girls Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield are about to begin the most exciting year of their lives Jessica has everything she s dreamed of freedom independence and all the guys on campus except the one she wa

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    1. I read all these back in 5th grade and in light of the new SV book put out in March this year, I ve been inspired to go back and reread all of these They really are still entertaining today For one thing, they re so dated, it s adorable For another, the writing is purposely and genuinely very funny The stories are just ludicrous enough to be fun, but the characters are somehow believable despite that I always found this book difficult to handle because it s heartbreaking, that moment when you ha [...]

    2. Though this book was easy reading, full of typical high school college drama and highly predictable, I found myself enjoying it as I read it Elizabeth s ordeal was painful, and as I read, I could actually feel her pain That is good writing And again, although it was predictable and in some ways, not cleverly surprising, I did like the story as a whole But one thing I ll point out some, if not all of these characters are hopelessly naive ahem, Jessica.

    3. When I was younger I religiously read Sweet Valley High novels I remember going to the library and borrowing 10 of them for a weekend to read At that time I did not understand to put books and Internet together, so I never heard about Sweet Valley University series Other reason for that might be that they have not been translated to Finnish.In the first book of Sweet Valley University series the familiar character from SVH are again introduced to us Wakefield twins, Jessica and Elizabeth are on [...]

    4. I love this book cause it reflects the transition of being a teen to a young adult adult This is reflected especially in the main characters, Elizabeth, Jessica and Enid Alexandra Rollins Spoilers What are you going to do Will you choose your former best friend which you hate spending time with her because you find out that she could be such a drag to be with or the new lifestyle you have and love Alexandra has to face her guilty conscience or choose to ignore it She chose the latter Alexandra i [...]

    5. I love this book cause it reflects the transition of being a teen to a young adult adult This is reflected especially in the main characters, Elizabeth, Jessica and Enid Alexandra Rollins Spoilers What are you going to do Will you choose your former best friend which you hate spending time with her now , because you find out that she could be such a drag to be with or your new lifestyle that you love Alexandra has to face her guilty conscience or ignore it She chose the latter Alexandra is now a [...]

    6. As a little girl, I grew up alongside Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield Yes, there were other series I read, Babysitter s Little Sister, Pony Pals, etc, but Sweet Valley Twins were always my favorite I kept all my childhood books in hopes that one day they would give my daughter the same joy they gave me I grew up, and unfortunately skipped the twins middle school and high school years, but as soon as I discovered their adventures continued in college, I bought up a bundle of 50 SVU books on Ebay [...]

    7. The Wakefield twins are heading to College after one hundred and eighty something books and four or summers I wasn t born when this book came out, surprisingly but I saw it had to deal with College and read saying it was a lot better then the Valley High series I decide why not The book starts with the gang heading to SVU From the start, Elizabeth finds it s a lot whole different from High School Enid Rollins, her best friend now change her name to Alexandra and pledges to a popular sorority Wh [...]

    8. SWEET VALLEY UNIVERSITYWritten by Francine PascalGeneral Review for series as I cannot remember each novel.I read Sweet Valley University when I was in junior high school to high school While there is sexual content it is very mild not explicit compared to teen books today If you like the Sweet Valley High you will love this series as it continues with the twins story as they attend University and are away from their parents I am not sure how they would relate to teens today as this was before c [...]

    9. I remember being excited about the release of this series I was kinda getting bored with the whole plot of the twins in high school, not moving on from living their junior year.For once, one of the twins was depicted as not being perfect It s just so sad that it s Elizabeth, because for once I wanted Jessica to be put in her place And at that time I felt a bit sad for Liz breaking up with Todd, but since I was bored with their relationship and university ought to offer choices, I embraced the f [...]

    10. Kind of really Disappointed to not see any of the new characters from Sweet Valley High Senior Year series I don t get it i went through Sweet Valley High Then through Sweet Valley High Senior Year Which was after the earthquake, and now in the SVU series there is no mention of Senior year, no Conner, Tia, Andyhing disappointed.

    11. From what I can remember, I read most of the books in this series, but didn t enjoy them quite as much as the SVH series I seem to remember enjoying the mystery themed books in the series I think I recall a good one that focused on Lila Still a great series, but without the innocence of the SVH series.

    12. For some reason I read this as an adult hoping for something than the original series I was very disappointed.Actually going to university is less boring than reading about two still very boring and shallow girls having their fashion and love life misadventures.I didn t have high hopes for this book but I was disappointed

    13. The first novel in the Sweet Valley University series I was 11 or 12, and these books changes my way of reading Great times, awesome memories I always wanted to be a little bit like Elizabeth, and a little bit like Jessica.

    14. This series introduced me to the college life in U.S Tried to read as many as I could but didn t finish them all What I liked in all of Francie Pascal s series SVH, SVU Fearless is that they all have a kind of condervative romance story which i liked so much.

    15. I read this series while I was in middle school and loved it It has been many years since I read this book but I still remember it and have thought about revisiting it now that I am a mother of a tween.

    16. i love the sweet valley books i actually read all of sweet valley kids, sweet valley high, and most of svu love love love these twins all of the books are great and have a message for kids, teens, and adults.

    17. I started immediately with SVU, when I was 12 this was one of my first reads I m not sure why I didn t read SVH or SVT, but I preferred this series.

    18. Wow This was really, really bad I read Sweet Valley High when I was a kid, and was obsessed with them I d never read this series Wow So, so bad.

    19. I followed these girls from when they were kids all the way through University I think I ve read nearly the entire series My guilty pleasure

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