Platinum #2019

Platinum Jennifer Lynn Barnes Platinum LILAH KNOWS THE rules better than anyone but between her newfound visions an absolutely fatal attraction to a boy who isn t real and the threat of a supernatural enemy with a sting deadlier than an

  • Title: Platinum
  • Author: Jennifer Lynn Barnes
  • ISBN: 9780385733953
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Paperback
  • Platinum Jennifer Lynn Barnes LILAH KNOWS THE rules better than anyone, but between her newfound visions, an absolutely fatal attraction to a boy who isn t real, and the threat of a supernatural enemy with a sting deadlier than any Queen Bee, it s going to take everything she has to stay on top at Emory And to prove once and for all that highlights and high heels aside those who make the rules areLILAH KNOWS THE rules better than anyone, but between her newfound visions, an absolutely fatal attraction to a boy who isn t real, and the threat of a supernatural enemy with a sting deadlier than any Queen Bee, it s going to take everything she has to stay on top at Emory And to prove once and for all that highlights and high heels aside those who make the rules are the only ones who can break them.
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    1. This novel continues the story Golden, except told through Lilah s point of view rather than Lissy I m not sure what I was expecting from this sequel, but Platinum definitely surprised me Lilah isn t incredibly likeable in the first novel, so I m glad that we re able to see her perspective in this one and get some insight as to why she acts so mean in order to stay on top of the social ladder.Platinum starts off by Lilah hanging out with her friends She s feeling weird after her supernatural enc [...]

    2. I am loath to admit that I even read this It was a convoluted take on a modern day Helen of Troy To put it simply it was awful I struggled to follow the writing through out which was a problem in and of itself and the story was ridiculous and involved an age old curse where a ghost boy killed another boy at the girl s high school every four years in October I m not going to even waste my time or yours by going into any detail than that.

    3. Originally reviewed 2 12 08Lilah Covington s life has changed A LOT since finding out the Lissy James family secret every female descendant has some form of the Sight Now, she s seeing things, like memories of everyone she encounters, things that has happened in the pastoh and ghosts Well, one ghost to be exact One very cute ghost boy who just happens to like hanging out Lilah She can deal with all that, but when Ghost Boy informs her that her boyfriend will be killed in a matter of days and th [...]

    4. The sequel to Golden, Jennifer Lynn Barnes writes this book in Lilah s point of view In the first book, Lilah is the stereotypical bitch of high school, ruling over it with her perfect boyfriend and her lovely designer clothing In the sequel, Lilah remains the Queen Bee, only this time, she has the Sight Every girl in the James family has the Sight the ability to do something not normal Like, Lissy James can see auras, and Lexie James can tell whether people are telling the truth or not Lilah ca [...]

    5. Platinum, Jennifer Lynn Barnes follow up to Golden, is told from the viewpoint of Golden s erstwhile villain Lilah In the aftermath of Golden, Lilah doesn t seem to have changed much She s still on top as the ruling Ice Queen at Emory High.When supernatural visions of a ghost boy start to tear away portions of Lilah s carefully constructed persona, her closest frienemy poises to steal her boyfriend and oust her from her seat as reigning queen Reluctantly, Lilah must reach out to members of the J [...]

    6. Supernatural happenings may be the downfall of the most popular girl at Emory High in Jennifer Lynn Barnes sequel to Golden.Lilah Covington s mum will be marrying Lissy s uncle, and thus they re family Lissy, sister Lexie, and their mother and grandmother all have the Sight, each in its various forms and now it seems Lilah has retronition, the ability to see into the past That s why only she can communicate with the ghost who s suddenly always around Plus Lilah s also having visions in which the [...]

    7. Supernatural happenings may be the downfall of the most popular girl at Emory High in Jennifer Lynn Barnes s sequel to GOLDEN Lilah Covington s mum will be marrying Lissy s uncle, and thus they re family Lissy, sister Lexie, and their mother and grandmother all have the Sight, each in its various forms and now it seems Lilah has retronition, the ability to see into the past That s why only she can communicate with the ghost who s suddenly always around Plus Lilah s also having visions in which t [...]

    8. I bought this book as I absolutely fell in love with Jennifer Lynn Barnes s writing in Golden and Tattoo Barnes has a way of making me laugh at things that shouldn t be funny, but she makes them anyway.I really like seeing things from Lilah s point of view, actually I think I like Lilah than Lissy Lissy was a lot like me, in that she didn t want to be popular, but I found her too inactive compared to Lilah.Lilah is fighting a battle to stay on top at Emory That battle gets harder when her mum m [...]

    9. Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel for TeensReadTooPLATINUM picks up weeks after GOLDEN left off Lilah s not sure exactly what s happening to her She s seeing people that no one else can see, but she s not sure if it s the past or the future All she knows is that someone wants to kill her boyfriend and she s got to figure out why In looking at old yearbooks, she discovers that Brock s not the first boy who could end up dying Not only does she have to deal with her new visions, but also her social life, [...]

    10. Not as good as its predecessor, Golden, but an entertaining story nonetheless This one is told from the point of view of Lilah, one of the Goldens at Emory High School and Lissy s soon to be cousin by marriage Lilah begins having visions of the past, her memories as well as others, and at the same time she starts seeing a boy that no one else can see Ghost Boy tells her that someone is in danger, and with Lissy and Lexie s help, Lilah discovers the truth behind her visions and how to stop the im [...]

    11. This stand alone and yet sequel to Golden, was just as perky and entertaining I went through it in one stand could not make myself put the book down The author again managed to capture the teenage girl attitude all the way through without fail.My only meh moment was that other than giving the reader an insight into Lilah s behind the scenes life, it sounded almost like Lissy James Plus what happened to Cade I mean he just kind of went poof into the background, no epilogue nothing for him She exp [...]

    12. I liked this sequel, though not as much as Golden It was well written and believable, but I just couldn t find myself liking Lilah, especially where Lissy was so likable And Lilah went back and forth between being snarky for fun and then controlling the over snarkiness of Fuchsia, and I just ended up being lost on who the real Lilah was I also spent the whole book waiting to hear that Uncle Corey was Lilah s mysterious missing father in order to explain the whole Sight bit However, I was apparen [...]

    13. This is a sequel to Golden, although as it involves another character as a protagonist I don t think it s really necessary to have read Golden Lilah, cool kid, develops the ability to see ghosts including one very attractive and flirtatious boy Probably the most interesting part of this novel is the insight into Lilah s strategies to maintaining her super cool status at school, and her feelings about those strategies However, the book is really about her figuring out what ghost boy wants, which [...]

    14. This is the follow up to Golden and places the snobby blonde in the role of speaker It s actually refreshing to have a a moderately distasteful protagonist this is certainly no Mary Sue The book will undoubtedly entertain younger readers Seasoned readers will probably feel that this one drags a bit in its pacing and also repeats itself unnecessarily The plot might have benefited from a few layers, but it is, after all, a young adult book It s okay.

    15. I hope this ends up being a trilogy, because like Barnes other books, it just ends too quickly All of the high school aspects of the books are fully fleshed out and detailed, then the supernatural stuff feels slapped on and it goes by fast and then the end of the book comes without even resolving relationships I m sure I m not the only one who reads these gossip girl high school cattiness types of books to see who ends up with who and these endings are unsatisfying.

    16. These books are interesting, quick reads, with many supernatural twists and turns thrown in with good ol high school drama and gossip SUCH a lighter read than most supernatural novels, and I enjoy the books in this series because of that I also enjoy that so far the books are being told from different narrarators all involved in the same plots at the same school it is fun to get different perspectives.

    17. Okay, so I read this out of order, but the first one won t be coming until sometime NEXT YEAR And it was just sitting there on my shelf, begging me to read it Who am I to say no to such an obvious attempt to feel wanted and needed by humans Okay, so I m aware that I have a problem But since they don t have a twelve step program for this type of addiction, I m just going to give in and be okay with it

    18. This is the sequel to Golden, which I also enjoyed Now I have to check out the third book in the series _ If you want a nice supernatural type read, you should really check out Jennifer Barnes I hadn t realized that she wrote Golden while she was a teenager And I very much enjoyed it maybe because I have a very soft spot for YA novels, hm.

    19. Overall, it was pretty good I liked being able to see a new side of Lilah, and being able to follow her logic Her manipulation of the social scene is scarily interesting, and her dealing with staying on top and a mystery ghost boy is well written The different Seer types are explored , and they re pretty well thought out they could use a bit background though.

    20. The sequel to Golden which I really enjoyed but I didn t enjoy this one as much It had of a gossip y genre which I don t really enjoy It was about Lilah from the 1st book Good story but not amazing but I still enjoyed it.

    21. Lilah is THE popular girl in her high school But ever since the incident with Lissy and the evil math teacher, Lilah is seeing things, specifically a ghost boy But, even with a new mystic ability, she still knows how to remain the number 1 girl.

    22. this is the sequel to Golden tattoo comes between but is not part of the same cast of characters i enjoyed it immednsely I was worried that the main character would be too witchy but she wasn t it was very fun and sweet.

    23. Quick reada little bit shallowt great character developmenty have helped if I read the first one.

    24. I really liked this onech than the first one Lilah s voice was much likable than Lissy s why I m not sure But I am curious to see if there will be a third one, Lexie maybe

    25. I loved Golden and Tattoo but this one was just OK I found myself skimming part of it I guess I wanted .

    26. This was really good It s the sequel to Golden It s from the point of view of Lilah as she realizes she also has powers

    27. Definitely peeling my eyes wide open fingers crossed for a Lexie sequel This book is sooo My Thing It tells me that being a bitch at times helped in fighting ppl like Helen of Troy.

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