Princess of Gossip

Princess of Gossip

by Sabrina Bryan, Julia DeVillers
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rochelle5855 More than 1 year ago
this book is one I truly recommend to those who love reading teen books. A book for pre-teens/teens and even adults if they like this stuff. It has amazing detail and it's something someone who has read this can somehow truly relate the most. "gossip" and like how there is sometimes good gossip and sometimes not so good ones...

I'm almost done reading the book, and it's something i cannot seem to put down because of how good it is! i recommend all of you who are into this stuff to buy a copy... and buy extra copies for your friends [hehehe. lol]
R.Turner More than 1 year ago
Rarely in today's market do you find any media project with a positive message that is this much fun! The book takes you on the journey of a teen who fulfills her wildest dreams by happenstance, and faces the rewards and challenges that come with it in a style that subtly sends the message that being true to yourself is life's greatest reward. The story draws you in from the beginning and holds your interest with a progression that moves quickly and poignantly. The characters are easy to relate to. They rise above stereotypical high school projections to show a level of development that is unusual for this genre, all the while keeping a fresh and current perspective on today's cyber-driven society. By opening the door to the world of interconnectivity that the internet has provided, this book brings to life both the life changing positive aspects of such connections and the pitfalls that can come with the anonymity it provides. It is a perspective parent and child alike can benefit from encountering.
Whether you have a tween on your list or just a tech savvy young at heart, this book will not only entertain and uplift, but will lure you unexpectedly, to the conclusion that as people, even when we feel the most insignificant, and expect the least, we make a great impact on others lives just by being true to ourselves.
KMGC More than 1 year ago
Sabrina Bryan and Julia Devillers really deliver with this fresh approach on an age old dilemna, the human penchant for gossip. The book features a clever storyline with quirky but lovable characters sure to grab even the most casual reader. It takes us on a journey to all the hot LA landscapes through the eyes of a first time viewer, as though it is an amusement park. The underlying message of not compromising yourself to "fit in" is woven throughout. Definitely a must have for all tweens / teens.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am 12 years old and read this book over the summer. It follows Avery, a teenage girl who moves from Ohio to California. Her old "friends" promised to keep in touch with her, but so far the only time they've actually talked to her is when they demanded she send photos of all the celebrities she meets. After making a new friend, Avery is mistaken for an up-and-coming star's assistant and attends a celebrity party where she catches two stars together. This inspires her to write a gossip blog, and before she knows it celebrities are sending her exclusive clothes, the most popular girls are saving her a seat at lunch, and her new boyfriend is on every girl's wall. But not everything in Hollywood is glamorous. There is some little white lies here and there that may shock the character, who at times can be a bit too "OMG." Then again, we are talking teenagers, and teenagers experiencing the life of a celebrity here. Anyways, the character is also relatable. The language is up-to-date and the reader feels as if she is right there with the character. I recommend this book to seventh and eighth graders.
Sway More than 1 year ago
Princess of Gossip is the perfect book for any age. Though written for the preteen/teenager angle it is truly a book that is entertaining for those older as well. The book has an entertaining plot and is filled with characters that are easy to relate to. It is clean and appropriate for any age and still stays true to real life. Even more than that there is a message of not trying to be anyone else and avoiding the negativity of gossip throughout the story that every girl needs to know and understand.

Princess of Gossip would make an amazing gift for any young girl! Be sure to pick up a copy!
MelissaR More than 1 year ago
Being neither a tween nor a teen I absolutely loved this book. Sabrina Bryan and Julia DeVillers tell a wonderful story about how gossip can cause more harm than good and it REALLY is okay to just be yourself....!!
It is full of pop culture and Hollywood mentions as well as many mentions of real Team Sabrina members. Once you start you will be hooked and won't be able to put this book down !
Guest More than 1 year ago
Being a fan of Sabrina Bryan, I was very excited to see what this book was about. I was buying it for my two daughters to read, thinking it would make an excellent tween/teen read. I started reading it to get a feel for what it was all about before giving it to them. I was completely sucked into this story! I was laughing out loud in some parts, I felt empathy for many of the characters, it was fun to read about all the pop culture and Hollywood glitz and glam. The book also sends a message about the downside of spreading gossip, and has a very positive message about staying true to yourself. This was just a great read, I would reccomend it to anyone from 11 or 12 on up. Kudos to Sabrina and Julia for coming up with this idea.......brilliant! Hope we see more from them in the future.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was a great book!! A must read for all star-struck teens, adults who admit to being celebrity gossip hounds, and those of us that are but don't admit it. This book is a fun, well written debut for Cheetah Girl Sabrina Bryan who continues to expand her horizons beyond singing and dancing and into projects supporting the health and happiness of today's young girls. The story is a compelling tale of a high school girl, who, after moving to LA with her parents, gets caught up in the online celebrity gossip scene. It is bursting with pop culture references, insider Hollywood knowledge, and is a fast, easy, and enjoyable read. The main characters are believable and what happens to them unfolds in a fashion that you can't help but get drawn in to. It sends the requisite 'it's ok to be yourself' message of many young adult books but has a fresh, modern feel that all will enjoy. I loved it and I am far from my teen years! I'm sending it to all my nieces for Christmas - and keeping a copy for my bookshelf too!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like this book alot and was surprised that my favorite cheetah girl was the author. Altough i didnt like the way that there were a couple of curse words. But other than that good book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really liked this book. The authors made it simple to 'see' the story play out by making the characters realistic and easy to relate to, the plot line is both believable and fun, and they incorporated lots and lots of pop culture. I had a few 'LOL' moments, and the story kept me reading right up to the end. So if you keep up with pop culture, and you have ever experienced drama - online or otherwise - you will definitely like this book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm 23 and this is one of the most enjoyable books I have ever read in my life so far. You can almost hear Sabrina's voice telling you Avery's Story. The book really gets a good perspective on fans, gossip, pop-culture, and the things that tie them all together, both in good ways and bad ways. I could not put the book down, and am looking forward to re-reading it many times.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's too expensive!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good book but really expensive. I mean, really? $17? Loved the book but there were way too many times when they said OMG!! and stuff like that.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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I am trying to decide
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book it addicting. I couldnt put it down. Please read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Theres sorta a twist and mabe TOO MUCH times where the reader is in that "OMG!" kinda mood but it wasnt bad but its wasnt the best book ever!i recommend
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Is this book any good if so tell me please
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gymnastics More than 1 year ago
awesome book for grades 6 to 9
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