Book 3 is another brilliant edition to the Georgetown Academy series. The main story, this time, does not play in Washington DC, but all the students find themselves on an annual ski retreat in Stowe, Vermont. Will there be much time for actual skiing or will other affairs be more prominent?
Whereas I read Books 1 and 2 straight after each other, I read a couple of different books in between Books 2 and 3. I was slightly worried that I might not remember the storyline as well, but the authors are extremely good at introducing the events from the other two books at the beginning.
Again, I really enjoyed the interactive content of the book. The reader can decide from which point of view (Ellie, Brinley, Evan or Taryn) they would like to explore a certain scene of the storyline. I am so hooked by the books that I read said scene from all four girl’s points of view (maybe I am just a bit of a geek… :-)).
Georgetown Academy, Book 3 was another quick, easy and gossip laden read. I cannot believe how much content the authors are able to put into these books, there is so much happening in the storyline – from betrayals over friendships to love triangles etc. In my opinion, each book reads like a different episode from a TV show. There is always a cliff-hanger in the end preparing the reader for the next instalment of the story. The more books I get to know from this series the more the characters grow on me. I cannot wait to find out which fate the students are faced with in Book 4.
I would like to thank Aimee at Coliloquy for sending me an e-copy of the book in an exchange for my honest review.
My rating: 5 out of 5