Scarlett is a drama queen in every sense. Larger than life, she lives to act and sometimes has trouble remembering when the drama lesson ends and real life resumes.
When her father seems to 'disappear', Scarlett suddenly finds herself in a real-life drama of her own. Will she be able to uncover the mystery and discover just who she can trust and who is really putting on an act?
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|Age Range:||9 - 12 Years|
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I usually judge books by first glace: their cover gets me eager to read the contents. This book agrees with the expression 'Don't judge a book by its cover' - The cover is gorgeous but the story isn't! First off, the author seems like she is writing for a 10 year old, because her english is by far for youngsters. I got this book out of the Intermediate section, for those not under 14, so I don't understand how this book even found itself there in the first place. No cussing, no crude humour... nothing. I don't think I've ever read such a boring book! The only positive aspect of this book is the story: not everybody is as it seems. If it was written in a different way, the storyline would have been gripping, but I got bored after the first chapter. The main character is supposed to be 13 years old, and frankly, myself being a 13 year old, I don't know anybody like this person. The girl, Scarlett, is too caught up in acting. All she does is go on and on and on about acting. WE GET IT, SHE LIKES ACTING! NO SHUP UP ALREADY! This is not worth the read. I haven't ever been more happy to finish a book.