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Hazing Meri Sugarman

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Hazing Meri Sugarman

National sorority rules don't apply to megalomaniac Meri Sugarman, who has held a reign of terror over the sorority and all of Rumson River University since her freshman year. Alpha Beta Delta is the best sorority on campus, and self-proclaimed loser Cindy Bixby, an ABD legacy (her mom was president of the same chapter), is determined to become a member despite Meri's ridiculous demands and histrionics. Cindy survives Pledge Week and moves into the house, where she discovers that Meri is more than just an egoist: she's downright evil.

Thanks to modern technology, Meri has dirt on everyone from alumni to students to professors, and she uses it to every malicious advantage. Some people, though, are sick of Meri, and they hatch a plan that will bring her down.

They hope.

Every sorority urban legend on the Internet is in this book, so if you're into over-the-top college horror stories, dive right in (to the bowl of pink Jello). You'll love to hate Meri and all of her wild demands, and you'll always wonder how Cindy is going to survive Meri's latest requests. As a sorority member, I have to say that there are a number of wild inaccuracies regarding sorority life in this book, but the story of overcoming the biggest bully around is one that everyone can enjoy.

A sequel is planned for July 2006.

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Reviewed by Carlie Webber on October 18, 2011

Hazing Meri Sugarman
by M. Apostolina

  • Publication Date: December 20, 2005
  • Genres: Fiction
  • Paperback: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Simon Pulse
  • ISBN-10: 141690610X
  • ISBN-13: 9781416906100