• You Know You Love Me

  • A Gossip Girl Novel
  • By: Cecily von Ziegesar
  • Narrated by: Edwina Wren
  • Length: 6 hrs and 3 mins
  • 3.9 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Here's the second novel in this edgy and addictive teen series that has been a hit around the world, featuring sharp wit, intriguing characters, and high stakes melodrama!

"Welcome to New York City's Upper East Side, where my friends and I all live in huge, fabulous apartments and go to exclusive single-sex private schools. We aren't always the nicest people in the world, but we make up for it in looks and taste. This is the world of Gossip Girl: inhabited by the city's most glamorous people and filled with spicy gossip, jealousy, betrayal, and outrageous behavior.

"It's time to fill out our college applications. Not applying to the Ivy Leagues is not an option, and not getting into them would be a total embarrassment. But I know a few girls who aren't going to let the pressure get them down."

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  • Alice Dobie
  • 02-21-18

Gossip Girl You know You Love Me

I would say I loved the tv show Gossip Girl it was so well done and I really preferred Dan Humphrey ‘s Character ,in the TV show it was more developed and I preferred the characters Serena and Blair Waldorf ,I think they were quiet spoilt and shallow but not evil as directors have said she was in the show Blair has real emotions and eating disorder and has an cool sense of fashion and is an very real character . With the book though why give Blair an brother there was not one in the show Blair was an only child and Jenny does not have brown curly hair and big boobs in the show nor is she very curvy . I suppose in The show producers have to write some stuff out of the Show has there would not be enough time to include everything in the book . Alright don’t think I will listen to anymore listened to this as I loved the Gossip Girl TV Show .

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