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Life as a Poser (MTV Books, The 310 Series #1)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2007

    wow!

    when i first got this book just for something to get and i finally got a chance to read it and i read it in 1 night. ive started the seconced and own the third. this book was amazing. if you like drama, change, and lovee...this is the book for you. (p.s. the seconcedn is very more juciy if you know what i mean)

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  • Posted October 25, 2008

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    Reviewed by Jocelyn Pearce for TeensReadToo.com

    Some things have happened to Eva Cordes back in her high school that she doesn't want to deal with for the rest of the year. Eva's solution? Graduate a semester early and start a new life in Hollywood with her aunt, Laurel, an agent who represents some of the biggest teen stars. Eva is going to be a star! An added bonus? She might get to find out more about her mother, a model who dumped Eva with her grandparents as a small child. <BR/><BR/>Life in Hollywood isn't quite as fabulous as Eva thought it would be, though. Sure, she's got her own credit card and a chance to become a star, but she's also rooming with a couple of other teen starlets who could turn out to be her friends--or, more likely, as it would seem at first, enemies. Her has-been mother won't even tell people she is a mother. Eva is being told who she can and cannot date because of their connections in Hollywood. Her aunt is keeping secrets from Eva. What did she expect, though? This is Hollywood, and Eva's life is fit for the tabloids already. <BR/><BR/>LIFE AS A POSER, the first book in THE 310 series, is a fun page-turner with sometimes outrageous and always interesting characters that readers looking for a way to pass a rainy Saturday won't want to miss. It's an entertaining and fairly quick read, as well as a fun behind-the-scenes look at Hollywood! I've read quite a few books lately that are backstage passes to the lives of celebrities, and this is one of the better ones. Perhaps because Eva goes so quickly from being a normal high school student to Hollywood; perhaps because Beth Killian is just a great writer! Either way, readers won't want to miss the next book in THE 310 series, EVERYTHING SHE WANTS.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2007

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    Some things have happened to Eva Cordes back in her high school that she doesn't want to deal with for the rest of the year. Eva's solution? Graduate a semester early and start a new life in Hollywood with her aunt, Laurel, an agent who represents some of the biggest teen stars. Eva is going to be a star! An added bonus? She might get to find out more about her mother, a model who dumped Eva with her grandparents as a small child. Life in Hollywood isn't quite as fabulous as Eva thought it would be, though. Sure, she's got her own credit card and a chance to become a star, but she's also rooming with a couple of other teen starlets who could turn out to be her friends--or, more likely, as it would seem at first, enemies. Her has-been mother won't even tell people she is a mother. Eva is being told who she can and cannot date because of their connections in Hollywood. Her aunt is keeping secrets from Eva. What did she expect, though? This is Hollywood, and Eva's life is fit for the tabloids already. LIFE AS A POSER, the first book in THE 310 series, is a fun page-turner with sometimes outrageous and always interesting characters that readers looking for a way to pass a rainy Saturday won't want to miss. It's an entertaining and fairly quick read, as well as a fun behind-the-scenes look at Hollywood! I've read quite a few books lately that are backstage passes to the lives of celebrities, and this is one of the better ones. Perhaps because Eva goes so quickly from being a normal high school student to Hollywood perhaps because Beth Killian is just a great writer! Either way, readers won't want to miss the next book in THE 310 series, EVERYTHING SHE WANTS. **Reviewed by: Jocelyn Pearce

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2007

    Awsome book.

    This book is so amazing. It just like this girl who has tottaly changed her life from geeky Ma girl to Hollywoods hott babe && even though she wants to keep her past in her past its keeps on coming up. This book is sooo good i read it in one day and the ending was so cute i loved it but i was said cause it was over but then i realized there was another book 2 actally but when i read the descriptions it was soo schocking and i couldnt bealive Danny and Eva broke up ! i cant wait to read them. I recoomend you read this book its amazingg

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 10, 2007

    Ah-Mazing

    Best book! Ever

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2006

    Life as a Poser [extra credit]

    I will put a book down right away if I cannot get into it. This book pulls you into the story right in the beginning. You can really relate to all of the girls in the book. From the bad to the good things the girls did, I'm sure we can all agree on some of the things they decide. I dont want to give the book away to those who havent read it yet. But I really enjoyed the book and I couldn't put it down!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2006

    Life as a poser

    WOW! this was the best book that I have ever read! I couldnt put this down I think that it should be a movie it was so good! Read this book and you will not regret it! ENJOY!

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    Posted December 8, 2008

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