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Goodbye, Hollywood Nobody

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  • Posted May 23, 2011

    end of the series!

    Charley's off to Scotland with her new beau, and Scotty and her dad travel to Maine in search of Scotty's mom. When they land on her mother's last known trail, will their questions finally be answered? from Goodreads.

    Goodbye Hollywood Nobody is the last book in the Hollywood Nobody series. Scotty has changed so much since the beginning; she's grown up, and made new friends. In this last book, Scotty and her father set off to search for her mother. Charlie's in Scotland, and it seems like all the pieces of the puzzle will fall together.

    Let's do this one in a list, since I frequently think in lists and it seems appropriate to wrap up the series this way.

    1) Seth. Seth, Seth, Seth. It's just...weird. I'm not sure I liked what happened with him. Maybe I just didn't read it close enough and missed something, but where did Angus go? He seems to have disappeared. In my humble opinion, Seth is too old for Scottie, and their relationship feels too weird to me.

    2) Babette. Not to spoil it, but I wasn't pleased with the way this one turned out. Just a little too sad for me.

    3) Charlie. Yes yes yes yes. I highly approve of the way her part in the story is wrapped up.

    Overall, I really enjoyed this series. It was a fast read, but one that I enjoyed. Scottie's quirky personality was one that I really loved reading about, and, when she wasn't being judgmental, she was a likable character.

    Many thanks to NavPress for providing me with this series!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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