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[Meg Cabot] » Teen Idol [folk-tales PDF] Ebook Epub Download Ê High School Junior Jenny Greenley Is So Good At Keeping Secrets That She S The School Newspaper S Anonymous Advice Columnist She S So Good At It That, When Hotter Than Hot Hollywood Star Luke Striker Comes To Her Small Town To Research A Role, Jenny Is The One In Charge Of Keeping His Identity Under Wraps But Luke Doesn T Make It Easy, And Soon Everyone The Town, The Paparazzi, And The Tabloids Alike Know His Secretand Jenny Is Caught Right In The Middle Of All The Chaos Teen Idol was the book which changed my opinion of pink covered books.
After going through a lot of hideously pink covered Mary Kate and Ashley s and Hannah Montana s in the library shelves,I was actually disgusted with the colour pink.
So you can imagine my eagerness to read Teen Idol.
Note my sarcasm.
It was also my first book by Meg Cabot.
And from what they say First impressions are the best ones ,I thought she is one of those authors who write nonsense.
But,boy,I was wrong.
Teen Idol was absolutely amazing and Meg Cabot was equally wonderful.
Line to line,page to page,this book made me smile.
The first thing I loved in this book,was Jen.
She was so normal and the kind of a girl,I ll admire immediately.
In fact,in times I saw myself in her.
From the way she runs to everyone s aid to the way he gets along with everyone.
she was a lot like me.
Well,scratch that like DNF at 30% because The story narrator is supposed to be sixteen, but she sounds twelve The audiobook narrator has the most irritating voice I ve ever heard Dull, dull, dull, dull Plot s going nowhere, and it s doing it slowly Everyone s been fooled by the super famous Hollywood star s awesome disguise of glasses Hollywood star gets labelled sensitive because he stands up for someone who is being bullied No, that makes him a fucking human being Nope Just nope.
This was every bit of what I expected from Meg Cabot Yeah, the setup is beyond unlikely and not just the celebrity vising the high school part But all the unlikely bits make perfect sense in a fun story with people I came to care about and an engaging plot And, of course, Jenny was a lot of fun to spend time with and joining her while she learns who she wants to be and what she s going to make important in her life was just outstanding.
Sweet and romantic I found it extremely satisfying This is one of those reads when after a tiring day, you just lean back against your couch, prop your feet up on a stool and start to read It was nice to see that the heroine a character who always has to be the nice person, grow up into someone who can actually take a stand I found Luke and Scott extremely lovable as well they re just perfect.
Oh, I just really liked this I loved Jen, and how she was mayonnaise and secret sauce, and how she wielded so much power through niceness I liked her secret identity a lot, and how she cared about her latin teacher s doll, of all things I really liked that a hot movie star came to school secretly identity porn and that he became friends with our heroine but was clearly not meant to be her love interest And Scoooott, I thought he was so dreamy, with the reading of dystopian books as a means of seduction This would also work on me, fyi, I mean, if anybody wants to seduce me I liked the growing up everybody does Trina and Steve Anything you want, baby, I love you Cara Obviously Jenny herself.
And I liked how it ended with a girl saying she wants to be President, because it seemed like a good omen for today I M WITH HER Though there were some good messages here, I didn t love the repeating theme that all teen sex is normal and fine, just use a condom I m sure I was sensitive to it as my 13 year old was reading it to me, but I still think that s irresponsible in a book so very clearly geared to tweens Hearing this story was akin to being trapped in a 12 year old s silly fantasy intelligence insulting and way too long.
To see full review and Hollywood Analysis click here often forget about Teen Idol and it s not because it s a bad book, in comparison s to Meg s other titles this one is sort of.
well, just there.
The book itself has fairly decent characters and it the storyline is solid enough But it s nothing special And perhaps that s what my problem with it is.
The plot is pretty generic, good girl Jen s life is changed when movie star Luke Striker shows up in her small town and shakes up things Honestly, while I am glad that Cabot didn t go the cliche route of having Jen and Luke end up together, I really wondered what Luke s purpose was other than to be a catalyst Couldn t Jen come up with the conclusion that things in her life weren t perfect From what was happening in her life before Luk You can check out reviews by me on my blog I liked this book, in ways that I really didn t think I would I had pre conceived ideas about Teen Idol I mean, reading the back cover synopsis who wouldn t But Meg Cabot did something she tends to do a lot something I tend to forget and therefore don t give her credit for she surprised me view spoiler I mean, come on I can guarantee thatat least99% of reader assumed that Jenny the main character was going to fall for the super hot, super famous Luke Only she didn t The reason why She had already fallen head over heels for a certain someone, a certain someone who shared the same taste in literature as her which,believe meisn t easy to find a guy with the same taste in books and could cook hide spoiler Well, I m hit and miss with Meg Cabot I love love love All American Girl, but I m so very disappointed in the premise of the following title that I refuse to read it The Princess Diaries did not interest me, and Avalon High didn t immediately capture my interest Anywho, I did not have extremely high hopes for Teen Idol, but I was hoping for a nice little light, predictable teen romance.
It s pretty much just that, but with random messages of social change that are really quite annoying This book makes being just the nice girl seem like the worst thing in the world In order to be a good person, this book claims, you must break whatever rules you don t happen to like, and boss people around I kind of understood the point Cabot was trying to make, about not being a pushover who s always just fueling the negatives when they re really trying to make things better, but it seemed that the main

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