How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls

How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls

Book - 2007
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Rose & Sage Baker, 17-year-old orphan twins with more money than God, are living the good life in decadent Palm Beach, Florida. Life is grand, until their purse-string holding grandmother is infuriated by the Vanity Fair profiles of the girls' unsavoury exploits. Now they'll lose their inheritance if they don't get into Duke University.
Publisher: New York : Warner Books, 2007
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780446579018
0446579017
9780446697187
0446697184
Characteristics: 293 p. ; 21 cm

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Minnesinger
Sep 13, 2017

If you read the publisher blurb above, be aware that the word "pension" should be "penchant"—a monumental gaffe by the publisher. Does no one proof copy any more before it is published?? I cannot believe no one caught this and that the masses will read this and think it is correct. Welcome to the dumbing down of America.

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Tdruid
Feb 14, 2017

Was actually better than the title would imply. About a recent graduate with crippling student loan debt, tutoring rich, exceedingly spoiled brats for money to pay off her loans. And how she complicates her life by trying to fit in with them by lying.

kimberleyhklibby Aug 14, 2014

Despite the humour and unexpected twists, the book was a disappointment as it was written with excessive swearing, in particular the f word, and also sexual comments and scenes. It made what would have been a well written book with a sophisticated style, a tacky and cheap read. I stopped reading half way through.

Lexicon_ Aug 16, 2011

Despite the title, the topic, and its' sister books, this is not a shallow read. There are some great twists in the plot to soothe your cranium, which may have been numbed after a few too many other stereotypical chic-lit books. How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls has lots of humours moments that are fresh; Dean has really created as close to an original story as this particular genre and subject area has room for. Last but not least, the protagonist is not a stick-thin, weight-obssesed figure. We need more Megan Smiths!
Great summer read!

loonylovesgood Aug 02, 2011

A really easy and fun read. I had some genuine LOL moments. Great summer read!

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sarahjane88
Jul 18, 2011

Typical chic-lit. It's a quick, light, easy read with a predictable ending. You can judge this book by its cover!

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catguo
Feb 13, 2010

Very good plot and twist. Strongly recommended.

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lysar
Sep 18, 2009

I love the show, it's my not so secret guilty pleasure and this book just made me love this even more. If I had read this book and it wasn't a show I'd be wondering why there wasn't a movie adaption of this book.

Megan is even more lovable in this book than the TV show, which I didn't think was possible. And the whole romance with Will was so well done and even managed a few surprises and twists in there.

If you enjoy the show you'll definitely enjoy this book. You'll get more insight and also bring to light why some of the characters are the way they are.

Perfect Mellow Read.

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