Luke's host (and the novel'speppy narrator) is Jenny, a well-liked junior at Clayton High who hasher own secrets: she anonymously pens "Ask Annie," the school paper'sadvice column, excerpts of which appear before each of the novel'schapters. And she nurses a half-acknowledged crush on the paper'seditor, Scott, who is dating someone else. Shocked by the cruelty ofreal-life high school, Luke convinces Jenny to become a force forgood—to no longer simply be everybody's pal but to champion thedowntrodden (such as the school's least popular girl, Cara "Cow") andfight for what's right (the return of a favorite teacher's kidnappedCabbage Patch doll). As a reward, of sorts, Luke promises to come backto town to take Jenny to the high school's Spring Fling. Thedown-to-earth high school setting, peopled with recognizable, fullyrealized characters and ably described by Jenny, provides a sturdyspringboard for the over-the-top Hollywood plotline, which Cabotdelivers with a wink. A snappy and fun read that is—no doubt—soon to beready for its own close-up.
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Nail might be considered unacceptable in such a role in any other film, but Jack Hill made it work. Gayle is my gal, though, as Patch, a ferocious back-stabbing bitch who persuades Lace to commit unspeakable acts that cause major repercussions which change the landscape of their lives, disrupting a harmony her gang had before Maggie came along. The juvenile prison scene, albeit brief, was a hoot as the girls lead a full on assault on the female guards who were on the verge of accosting Maggie. The way the faculty are muzzled by the Daggers and Debs, completely overwhelmed psychologically, afraid to voice their concerns about the dissension of their students, is rather hilarious. You actually get two great closing fights, the Jezebels and Muff's girls besieging Crab's soldiers, and the knife battle between Maggie and Lace. The scene where Maggie, with a bloody face, warns the coppers that when they return, there'll be hell to pay, is priceless.