|Glee: Summer Break (Novel)|
|Publication date||July 5, 2011|
|Published by||Hachette Publishing Group|
| Preceded by|
Glee: Foreign Exchange (Novel)
| Followed by|
It was released on July 5, 2011.
Plot (contains spoilers)
Rachel plans her summer break (featuring dance classes with Finn) without telling him. She then goes to school to find that Finn publicly refuses her offer, embarrassed as the glee boys laugh. Rachel gets angry. She gets even more upset when she finds out she cannot do her summer plans as Mr. Schuester wants the whole glee club to run a summer glee club for children. Rachel refuses and storms out.
She has dinner with Finn later that night, but leaves after having an argument with him over the summer camp.
She goes home, and bumps her head, knocking herself out.
She then has a fantasy in which she is famous which takes up most of the book. It is set in senior year. In the fantasy, Rachel finds out she dropped out of high school to go to New York. She then finds out that she is in a broadway show and Kurt is her wardrobe designer.
She returns to McKinley to perform for her old school, only to find that Artie is trying to win Tina back. She also discovers that Finn and Quinn are back together, and are engaged. She even sees Mercedes again, who is now the head cheerleader and a bully who currently hates Kurt.
Much to her surprise, Rachel also finds out that Will is now a janitor with no home, Santana is also famous (And nasty) and that Brittany is running glee club badly, and has renamed it "The New New Directions".
In the book, she is tricked by Puck, who makes out with her and takes photos for the paparazzi, which angers Rachel.
She performs at the rally with 2000 people watching, shortly after she wakes up from the dream.
She then decides she will do the summer camp.
Ships included in novel
- Tike (Minorly)
- Quick (VERY minorly- they only have a wink in which Quinn blushes)
- Brittana (Minorly- one implied make out session)
- Tartie (Moderately)
- Fabson (Moderately)
- Puckleberry (Majorly)
- Finchel (Majorly)
Songs featured or implied.
- The American anthem as sung by Mercedes Jones.
- The chorus of B.o.B ft Hayley Williams' Airplanes, as sung by Mercedes Jones
- The chorus of B.o.B ft Hayley Williams' Airplanes, as sung by Santana Lopez
- Dynamite by Taio Cruz, as sung by Mercedes Jones.
- In My Life by The Beatles, as sung by Rachel Berry.
- Baby, I'm a Star Fish by Prince, as sung by the New New Directions.
- Bad Gnome-mance by Lady GaGa, as sung by the New New Directions.