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Avatar for Andie Andie said:
this book is about a girl named Wonder's climb to becoming a pop princess and the obstacles in the way.
posted Aug 30, 2008 at 10:42AM
Amy said:
I thought this book was really good except the idea was sort of cheesy but still fun. This book has everything in it and you can probably relate to it in some sort of way. Overall it was pretty good.
posted Jun 17, 2005
Mindy said:
It's really good. It has action, some romance, and it deals with your typical teenage problems. It's really good, especially for someone like me who LOVES music and it shows what real popstars are like and how hard life really is for them, because not only do they deal with the paparazzi and outings and stuff, they deal with regular everyday stuff that we do too! If you liked Gingerbread you'lll like this book too!
posted Jun 2, 2005
Kaitlyn said:
OMG this is the BEST book ever! You really feel for Wonder, the main character, and you fall in love with everybody in the whole entire book! it's about this girl named Womder who becomes a pop star almost over night, following in the footsteps of her older sister Lucky, who died. You will stay up all night reading this, I swear!
posted Oct 25, 2004
Anna said:
Utterly forgettable, boring, unrealistic like a Meg Cabot novel, stupid premise, could not feel for the main character.
posted Oct 6, 2004
Michelle said:
Ok, let me tell you that when I picked this book up, I had NEVER read a Rachel Cohn book. I picked it up in the first place because....Well, the cover was colorful, really. I saw the cover(and title)and was a bit taken aback. What a WIERD cover! But, I took it, nonetheless, just because I couldn't find any other book. Well, let me tell you, when I started this book, I didn't like it too much, but then got to know the main character, Wonder, a bit better, and loved it! This book is the story of Wonder Blake who one day while singing in a dairy queen is seen by a talent agent named Tig who wants her to sing professionally. Well, Wonder's now deseaced sister, Lucky, had wanted this job of singing pro badly, so Wonder went along with it to follow in her sis' footsteps. Little does she know that almost overnight, she is a pop princess. She becomes and instant hit with her one song and music video. But the road to stardom ain't too glamorous. She stumbles upon first love, rejection, heartbreak, and everything else a normal teen goes through. So, the point is, DO NOT judge this book by its cover, because this is the most amazing book I've ever read! Rachel is one of the few authors who can write about a teen girl, and not make her out to be some idiotic, annoying case, but a TRUE teen girl.
posted Jul 27, 2004
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