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    Nothing Spectacular, But Worth A Read

    This book, like a lot of the contemporaries I’d been reading lately, was a very light one. I mean, it’s mentally impossible for me to ALWAYS be reading High Fantasies and Contemporary’s with Mental Health issues etc, and so books like Rush come as welcome breaks for me. I think there’s a movie about Rushing in colleges – I simply can’t remember the name at this point – which was primarily where I got my information about Sororities/ Pledging Greek and I felt like I knew enough to read this book. Told from three major points of view, Rush is a fun, light and slightly predictable read. Imogen Ash is the TOP pledge. A three generation legacy to Sigma Theta Kappa and New York Socialite, all she wanted when she got to college was a fresh start. Madeline ran from her boyfriend and sister cheating on her and is determined to prove to everybody who thought she was nobody that she could be accepted into one of the most prestigious houses in the country. Cass is a sophomore in the Sigma house, dreading the life. She thought pledging Greek was about sisterhood and equality and instead, found out it was about power and shaming. She’s determined to change the house and stand up for the underdog, all while trying to tell her best friend she’s in love with him. The book itself was nothing spectacular. All we heard about were parties, and then showers from Imogen and Madeline and from Cass how Pledging was pre-decided depending on legacy and other things. ALL the important stuff like Madeline and her Boyfriend/ Sister drama was sort of given a back seat. The fights were blown WAY out of proportion and I ended up really disliking Maggie and Imogen. All in all, a book worth a read if you’re into the sorority stuff! 3 stars.

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