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Hollywood is like High School with Money

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2011

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    The series on youtube was great.

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  • Posted August 14, 2009

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    Great Quick Reading

    Taylor gets her dream job, but its at the bottom of the pile in the hamper known as Hollywood. But this is a quirky, fun book where the heroine gets help from her boss's teenage daughter(who has her own reasons for helping) and along the way Taylor gets to move out of the bottom, but along the way, she has to be sure she dosent burn any bridges she might need to cross again later. I thought it was great and alot like Privleged(which means it could be an awesome show or movie).

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  • Posted July 14, 2009

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    A quick fun read

    Fresh from Connecticut, Taylor Henning lands a dream job at a major movie studio. Okay, so she's not a Creative Executive whose job it is to read and recommend screenplays for the studios to produce. No. she's just an assistant to the assistant of the powerful Iris Whitaker, President of Production.

    When first assistant Kylie Arthur sabotages Taylor at the first opportunity she almost gets fired. That's when Taylor realizes that Hollywood is just like high school. If you're not in, no one wants to be your friend.

    In order for Taylor to survive in this environment she enlists the help of Iris' sixteen year old daughter Quinn. Irritated to no end Quinn nevertheless takes on the challenge and begins texting Taylor "rules" to get ahead in the cut throat world of the movie business and amazingly enough her tips are working! That is until Quinn's next rule is to steal Kylie's boyfriend. Torn between doing the right thing and securing her real dream job Taylor has some tough decisions to make.

    I LOVE, LOVE, LOVED this book!! It was so much fun. Yes it did remind me a lot of The Devil Wears Prada but Taylor became a cherished character and I very much wanted her to succeed. I even loved the snarky Quinn. She was a spoiled brat but she had a good heart and I was rooting for her too. This is a fun breezy read that I recommend to all chick lit lovers.

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  • Posted July 2, 2009

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    great novel

    Quick, fun to read novel. I was laughing out a few times when I read this book. This is a good beach read. I am looking forward to read more from this author.

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  • Posted April 19, 2009

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    lol

    I love all books by Zoey dean and I have a feeling this one will be awesome tooo

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