The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks By: E. Lockhart

From: Alessandro Tesorieri [at114@alabasterpreparatory.edu]

To: thealphadog@gmail.com

Why are you doing this? That’s what I can’t figure out.

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 From: Alessandro Tesorieri [at114@alabasterpreparatory.edu]

To: thealphadog@gmail.com

You want me to think about you all the time, is that it?

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From: Alessandro Tesorieri [at114@alabasterpreparatory.edu]

To: thealphadog@gmail.com

But what good does it do to have me thinking about you if I don’t know who you are?

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Frankie has it all, a hot senior boyfriend, great friends, and good grades. What more could she want? Perhaps a membership into a secret ancient organization? There’s only one problem: it’s exclusively for males. Frankie is determined to find a way into this secret society at all costs. In E. Lockhart’s teen novel, The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks one girl will find a way to enter a world she doesn’t belong in, but at what costs?

              We thought this book was intellectually stimulating. It makes you think about how you can succeed in life by forming bonds with people you know will be successful later on. By having these connections you have the ability to use them to your advantage in order to succeed. Frankie discovered this during her sophomore year when she got a glimpse into this world. However, the climax develops when she is not willing to be excluded from these advantages because of her gender. Frankie is a strong-minded person and is determined to get what she feels is right: an equal chance at success.

                                                                  By: Aja Green and Steph Engle

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One thought on “The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks By: E. Lockhart

  1. I’ve been wanting to read this for ages, and now I’m super excited! Maybe this month since I have NO SCHOOL!!!!!

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