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Most Helpful Favorable Review

10 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

Highly Addictive

Brooke Berlin is pretty, popular, rich and the daughter of the super-famous action hero Brick Berlin. She's about to have her big sixteenth birthday party. Paparazzi will be there to cover the event, and she's finally going to make her way into the spotlight. Her plans ...
Brooke Berlin is pretty, popular, rich and the daughter of the super-famous action hero Brick Berlin. She's about to have her big sixteenth birthday party. Paparazzi will be there to cover the event, and she's finally going to make her way into the spotlight. Her plans are all turned upside down when a girl named Shelby, Brooke's nemesis, breaks the news via her father's rag-mag, that Brick has a love-child. To make matters worse, the girl's mother just passed away and it was her dying wish that she meet the father she never knew she had.

Molly Dix isn't prepared for the Hollywood life. Growing up in small-town Indiana, she's been sheltered, and her only brush with celebrities and paparazzi is what she's seen on TV. When she gets to L.A. she is excited and nervous. She has a chance for a new life with her father and a sister she never knew she had. Brooke, however, isn't as excited about this new creature from the mid-west that has invaded her house and poisoned the air with bad fashion and (gasp!) bangs. Just a few chapters in, the gloves are off as the sisters grapple, gossip and one up each other. But, when Shelby rears her ugly head and spreads some vicious rumors of her own, Brooke and Molly have no choice but to work with each other, or face having their reputations ruined for good.

Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan bring the same humor from their fashion blog (gofugyourself) to this witty, slam-dunk tale of a fish-out-of-water, and the unsuspecting ally she finds in someone she thought would be her worst enemy. The story is part Clueless, part Mean Girls with a splash of Pygmalion thrown in. The writing is quick, witty and at times, laugh-out-loud funny. The celeb-sightings (and jabs) are plentiful, and I loved how they meshed real Hollywood with their own stories and characters. This book is light and funny, and though it's hard for me to empathize with spoiled rich brats, the characters have enough depth to them to make them likable.

posted by OtotheD on June 9, 2011

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Most Helpful Critical Review

12 out of 23 people found this review helpful.

is it okayy for 13 yesr olds

is this 13 year old appropiate

posted by roogiegirl on July 31, 2011

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2013

    Meh

    Thid book iskinda borug i mean no plot...... :(

    0 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 7, 2011

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    Boring

    I thought this book was very boring and poorly written. It looked like a good book but it sucked!:(

    0 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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