Confessions of a Hollywood Star

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Confessions of a Hollywood Star by Dyan Sheldon
Walker Books
Oct 2005
This is the third in a series that began with Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen and My Perfect Life. Lola is about to finish college and embark on a glitzy film career in L.A. However, when a film crew set up camp in her town, her plans change and she decides to stay. She can�t resist a final taunt at her arch-enemy Carla Santini, and smugly informs her that she has a part in the production. The only problem is that she hasn�t�

A relatively enjoyable and easy read. Sheldon�s humour shines through with splendour in places, though don�t expect the same type of laugh-out-loud comedy as authors such as Louise Rennison. Recommended for teenagers who are struggling to enjoy reading, though definitely not for those who are looking to be pushed into the realms of adult literature.

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