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Hollywood is like High School with Money

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2014

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    I love this book thnx to the author for writing it I enjoyed it to the very last word:-))

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  • Posted July 16, 2009

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    FUN, LIGHT READING

    HOLLYWOOD IS LIKE HIGH SCHOOL
    WITH MONEY
    Zoey Dean
    Grand Central Publishing
    $13.99 - Paperback
    ISBN: 978-0-446-69719-2
    288 Pages
    Reviewer: Annie Slessman

    Taylor Henning is headed for Hollywood to work at Metronome where she hopes to find great manuscripts that she can make into hit movies. Starting as the second assistant to Iris Whitaker, President of Production at Metronome, she finds herself in competition with Iris's first assistant, Kylie. Kylie is street smart and knows how to work the system to get what she wants. She treats Taylor as an irritation she has to contend with and intimidates Taylor at the get go.

    Taylor soon realizes she hasn't the know-how to compete with Kylie and enlists the help of Iris's teen daughter, Quinn. Quinn is a with-it teen who manages to get what she wants in life and leads Taylor on a journey that takes her to unexpected places.

    Just when Taylor thinks she has it made, Iris discovers she has partnered with Quinn. When Taylor makes a big mistake at work, she finds herself struggling for composure as Iris reads her the riot act. At that point in the story she finds herself in jeopardy of losing her job, her new found boyfriend and the only true friend she has in Los Angeles.

    The ending of the story is a surprising one that will satisfy readers. This is not the great masterpiece. However, it is fun, light reading that fills in a dreary, rainy afternoon.

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