All I Want Is Everything.
Cecily Von Ziegesar.
Publication Date:May 7,2003.
Format|Pages: E Book|215.
I read the first two Gossip Girl books back in January and loved them both. All I Want Is Everything, was even better then the first two and so far my favorite, out of the Gossip Girl series. To me, it seemed like there was more going on in this book then first two, it captured my attention more and I didn’t want to put the book down till I finished up. Even as I finished it, I wanted to pick up next one right away. All I Want Is Everything made be able to connect with character more, and it seemed more realistic. After connecting with character, I needed to know what would happen with them next, what their next adventures will be. I’m excited to check out Because I’m worth it, already have feeling it be as great.
It's Christmastime and Blair and Serena are best friends again and up to their old tricks--partying hard and breaking hearts from Park Avenue to the Caribbean. Blair's mom and Cyrus are having their honeymoon in Salt Key. And when school lets out for the holiday, Blair, Serena, Aaron, and company head down there to blow off steam after their midterm exams. In between Pina Coladas and topless sunbathing, Blair and Serena plot revenge on super-jerk Chuck Bass.
Everyone jets back to NYC for Serena's New Year's party, during which Nate and Blair may or may not finally go all the way, and Serena may or may not be discovered to be the secret fling of Hollywood's hottest young leading man.
It seemed that each Gossip Girl novel that I pick up, it seems to get more interesting, and it has more drama going on, more going on. I got to say, I really like Aaron in this book, even thought I didn’t have a problem with him before, and there was something about him that I liked. I think he is just a likable person and I feel like I could connect with him. I did feel sorry for him; I can only imagine how it must felt for him to see Blair with another guy, when it was clear that he was in love with her. I was actually surprised that she didn’t figure that out. I was glad when he and Serena kissed at end of book, he deserved to be happy and maybe that would get his mind off Blair.
Now Nate, I honestly wasn’t all that fond of him in this book. First he dumps Blair for Jenny, then he ditches Jenny after he finds all those paintings of him. I guess I can see why he did that, I still believe that instead ditched her at Serena’s party, he should called her, told her. Way he did it, just didn’t seem right. He did dump Blair for Jenny and then he went back running to Blair. I just got a feeling that he is going be the type of guy that will keep on breaking hearts. He needs figure out who he really wants. I’m hoping that he would stop getting high all the time, I believe none of his relationship will go far if he keeps it up.
Serena kind of irritated me in this book, I am not sure why. I’m actually finding myself liking Blair more than Serena. To me, Blair just seemed more realistic which Serena seemed bit too cheery all the time. My favorite part of book, was setting along with Gossip Girl, I loved reading those. I was curious what is going to be discovered there next. These books are enjoyable read and I am looking forward to next one. I’m especially eager see what happens with Blair, if Nate and Blair would actually end up back together.