If the world's a stage and each of us plays a part, then Camille Wright is the high school wallflower that nobody remembers and only the bullies ever knew was there. However, her headlong dash to Princeton's Aerospace Engineering program crashes to a heart-jarring halt when in order to "round out all those math classes," she is unwillingly signed up for drama class. Awkward, shy, and quiet, Camille struggles to stay part of the wall even under the bright lights. But sometimes where you want to be isn't where you were destined to be at all.
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Dreams by Starlight based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I really liked this book. While it is a YA title and it has been many years since I was in high school, the writing is such that I didn't want to put it down. Staci doesn't talk down to her audience. While the changes in the people might not happen as quickly in real life they were believable. Jaylon and Camille grew a great deal in the course of the story. You see that there still are the haves and have nots of high school, and that doesn't always transfer beyond.