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Back in Black: An A-List Novel, #5

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Back in Black: An A-List Novel, #5

Deciding to ditch the Washington, D.C. trip for the second year
in a row, the Beverly Hills High School A-List crew finds out a lot
more about love, life and gambling than they expect. This time
around they add to the fold Anna Percy, the newly acquired New York
born-and-bred WASP who has become a best friend to Samantha Sharpe.
With Las Vegas ready and waiting, this elite group of friends ends
up doing and seeing things that wouldn't dare cross their minds in
Beverly Hills.


Their own little private "senior" trip turns out to be more
raucous, funny and astoundingly truth-packed than they ever
imagined. From Parker Pinelli winning a much-needed $20,000 that he
ends up having to forfeit because he's underage, to the girls'
stint in a Vegas showgirl contest, this is a never-ending
whirlwind. Joined by Anna's New York friends, Cyn and her boyfriend
Scott, things get a little sticky when they all become participants
in a Las Vegas revue featuring a famous hypnotist. Everyone has
gone bananas --- that is, except Samantha, who has to witness the
entire, horrific event.


Things go from bad to worse as they all settle down to watch the
DVD, and shocking truths about who they really are begin to
surface. Can their friendships outlast the reality of how they all
feel?


Zoey Dean does it again in the fifth installment of this New
York Times
bestselling series. From beginning to end, readers
will be swept away into the world of the A-List, realizing that
although these characters are filthy rich with loads of money to
expend, they are also human --- breathing, living, and having the
same issues as "regular" folks. BACK IN BLACK is a great addition
to this hilariously funny series.


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Reviewed by Belinda Williams on October 18, 2011

Back in Black: An A-List Novel, #5
by Zoey Dean

  • Publication Date: September 1, 2005
  • Genres: Fiction
  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Poppy
  • ISBN-10: 0316010928
  • ISBN-13: 9780316010924