The Popularity Pact: School Squad: Book Two (The Popularity Pact, 2)
Ex-best friends Bea and Maisy have a deal: to help one another become popular. When Bea is accepted into the popular club, she feels that trying to keep her position is a full- time job. But it’s totally worth it if she can stay popular, right? Maisy used to think being popular was the only thing she wanted. But when things start to change at home for Maisy, and she feels that being popular isn’t everything, she decides to convince Bea this whole thing was a mistake. After all, they were better off together. Can Bea and Maisy fight their way through the web of drama and lies and rekindle their friendship again?
I thought this was a better book about middle school friendships than most. Throughout the entire book, I was rooting for Bea and Maisy to find their way back to each other and for Bea to realize that she was better off with Maisy than with all her fake friends. I also liked that the book had well-developed, relatable characters. I would recommend this book to any middle-schoolers wading through these types of social dynamics.
|Page Count||304 pages|
|Publisher||Running Press Kids|
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