Confessions of a Teenage Hollywood Star

Confessions of a Teenage Hollywood Star Dyan Sheldon s comically melodramatic heroine casts her best friend Ella in a supporting role as they conspire to land a part in a real live movie that s filming tantalizingly close to home After en

  • Title: Confessions of a Teenage Hollywood Star
  • Author: Dyan Sheldon
  • ISBN: 9781406343786
  • Page: 186
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dyan Sheldon s comically melodramatic heroine casts her best friend, Ella, in a supporting role as they conspire to land a part in a real live movie that s filming tantalizingly close to home.After enduring years of angst, Lola is graduating from high school and finally getting out of Dellwood Deadwood, New Jersey She can t wait to move on to bigger and better things Dyan Sheldon s comically melodramatic heroine casts her best friend, Ella, in a supporting role as they conspire to land a part in a real live movie that s filming tantalizingly close to home.After enduring years of angst, Lola is graduating from high school and finally getting out of Dellwood Deadwood, New Jersey She can t wait to move on to bigger and better things even if it means she ll be studying theater at Brooklyn College and not her dream school, London s prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts But destiny intervenes when Lola learns that a major Hollywood movie is being filmed right there in Dellwood that very summer Lola wastes no time in telling everyone including her nemesis, Carla Santini that she, of course, is going to be in the movie Now it s just a minor matter of convincing the director to give her a part Is the Drama Queen ready and wily enough to make the leap from the stage to the silver screen

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    One Reply to “Confessions of a Teenage Hollywood Star”

    1. #Warning Spoiler# This book is amazing. Its like the story told by a teenager, as the title says. This book is the sequel to Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. Its very interesting, I laughed a lot with it. So many adventures and silliness in this book. The author, Dyan Sheldon, uses italics when you need to talk louder or softer when reading a word. Dyan writes the book as a real drama queen so it will be more interesting and its more for teenagers or kids, so kids understand better. So here [...]

    2. What a disappointment from the first book! This portrays Lola as being so irrational and disillusioned that it didn't even seem humorous like it did in the first book. The reader just follows her on a wild goose chase that was very unfulfilling.

    3. The sequel to Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, Lola, Sam, Ella,Morty and the infamous Carla Santini are back in this never ending war at Dellwood High. They have graduated from high school and are almost about to enter the real world. But their summer would repeat the same old teenage girl battles in order to claim the throne as Queen of DEADWOOD. Lola wants to be in a movie that is being shot in DW, and The Santini is going away to Europe for the summer. But with lola's lies claiming she w [...]

    4. I thought I would like this book because I liked the movie and Sam accepting Lola as she was in it. But this book is full of sadomasochism. Such as this one time when Sam and Morty moaned because Lola got to thinking, or Sam was ignoring her because he thought Hollywood movies were flashy and then Sam being nice to her when she helped Gracia. Or the stereotype of Carla. I understand the mean antics of girls but Sam,Ella and Lola put her down for being popular and being rich just because they are [...]

    5. I didn't realize it was the sequel to Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen until AFTER I read the book, though I started thinking about the movie (which I never finished) while I was reading it. I didn't like Lola in the movie, so I guess it's no surprise I didn't like her in this book. Maybe I would've felt differently if I'd read the prequel first, but overall, I was not a huge fan of this book.

    6. Good book, but fairly forgettable. I liked the book overall. The ending was weak. Lola had some great adventures, but they weren't laugh out loud funny. The mai point for me was that I hadn't read Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen , but I still figured out who the characters were, so good job author.

    7. Funny. Highly dramatic. Lola's chasing for fame is unbelievable. But highly entertaining. Must read if you wanted to laugh and feel like you want to be high school again where you are still chasing your dreams and won't stop till you have it.

    8. Another funny book in the "Teenage Drama Queen" series. It's basically the same as the first one, only Lola and Carla are competing for a different role. A bigger role. And also Lola and Ella do different crazy stuff. But that's it.

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