|BOOK ONE. Published October 24th 2012 by Coliloquy, LLC|
|BOOK TWO. Published October 15th 2012 by Coliloquy, LLC|
|BOOK THREE. Published January 2013 by Coliloquy, LLC|
I’ve never done an accumulative review but for the three novels of the "Georgetown Academy Series" I’ve decided to do so since a lot of my thoughts and feelings on the three books all correlate to one another.
Basically I felt as if I was being transported to another world like "Gossip Girl" minus the political squabble.
"Georgetown Academy" follows the lives of four teenagers [Evan, Ellie, Brinley, and Taryn] in "Washington D.C.'s most elite prep school." Each character is simultaneously altered within each of these stories [even though Ellie, Brinley, and Taryn seem to be the main focus] but all different characterizations are evenly portrayed and evenly described throughout all books.
The plot was very well written even though when topics such as government or politics came into the mix I hit the snooze button.
And the drama!! Man was there a ton of it!! While it was entertaining it was also draining.
Over all, a very solid read filled with: schemes, scandals, love triangles, revenge, rivalries, and lessons in friendship.