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The ending has a twist that I am still pondering and asking myself, "Why on earth Mar 24, Giselle rated it it was ok Shelves: , genre-chick-lit , genre-contemporary , genre-romance , from-publishers , unsolicited , 2-star , age-young-adult. An unsolicited Advanced Reader Copy was provided by the publisher for review.
Quotes have been pulled from an ARC and may be subject to change. She gets offered a spot on a new reality show called The Fame Game about four girls trying to make it big in Hollywood. Her fellow cast-mates include Gaby, Kate and Carmen. Carmen is the daughter of celebrity A-listers, and Madison just can't handle t An unsolicited Advanced Reader Copy was provided by the publisher for review. Carmen is the daughter of celebrity A-listers, and Madison just can't handle the fact that she is up against a star whose star burns brighter than her own.
So I haven't read L. Candy and I don't plan to. I'm not one to read books that are full of Gucci one liners and so-called friends stab each other in the back trying to get ahead. I've watched The Hills, and yes it was entertaining but the TV show was a lot better than reading a book about people's exploits. I couldn't help but cringe as I read. There was very little plot. I only wished Madison was as bitchy as she sounded, and schemes herself into being the spotlight.
Sure her father who abandoned her and her sister who messed with her life came back into her life was entertaining but it wasn't enough. Every character except sweetheart Kate were into designer clothes, cars and trips and had no ounce of kindness.
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Although Carmen is kinder than most she still did something shady enough to not gain my trust. I'd like to say I'm gunning for Kate Meyers to be the star and still be true self while not letting fame and fortune faze her. The writing is decent to say the least. We get into each of their heads including producer Trevor who wants nothing more than a hit reality show and money in the bank. I'm disappointed at the lack of back stabbing and scheming just because the blurb at the back hinted there would be.
Lauren Conrad is definitely immersed in how reality shows are made and you can tell her own experience had shadowed what her characters go through. Oct 01, Samantha rated it really liked it Shelves: chick-lit. I thoroughly enjoyed the first book in the Fame Game series. Although I think she was a very one dimensional character, she does develop throughout the book and even further in the rest of the series.
I liked the idea of each character being quite stereotypical because I think we relate to them well under these circumstances.
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Watching MTV and other reality shows will present you with these four basic character types quic I thoroughly enjoyed the first book in the Fame Game series. Watching MTV and other reality shows will present you with these four basic character types quickly and the introduction of them in the book helps the audience to connect. I think their development takes the book a little further than what you'd watch on The Hills or The City etc and that's interesting to see. However, I think there are a few characters that needed a lot more development, like Gaby.
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Her involvement seems pointless and silly. Jun 08, Eleanor rated it it was amazing. This is truly embarrasing All of them. The LA Candy series, and now this one. It must be because she knows so much about the world behind reality TV, or something, because I ate this book up. I read it in basically one day, loving the new characters and still hating Madison, and being annoyed by Gaby. She's the most down-to-earth; the most likeable This is truly embarrasing She's the most down-to-earth; the most likeable.
I do, however, like how the book is basically done from Madison's perspective because it makes it hard to completely hate her, and a book is no fun when you hate the main character. This book was really good. I really liked it, maybe a little more than LA Candy. But, still. It's a great read. You should read it, for sure Jan 29, Lucy Kay rated it it was ok.
Ok, so i read this book because i have read the past three in the series and I had been a fan of the books when i was younger so when i saw this had been brought out I jumped at the opportunity. The book had a similar style of writing as the previous three and although i enjoyed the light read, the book didn't do it for me as apposed to the others in the series. I don't know whether this is to do with being older and having read more books in the meantime but i just didn't get into it as much as Ok, so i read this book because i have read the past three in the series and I had been a fan of the books when i was younger so when i saw this had been brought out I jumped at the opportunity.
I don't know whether this is to do with being older and having read more books in the meantime but i just didn't get into it as much as I hoped. Despite the disappointment in it, I did prefer the two main characters in this book better. I also thought the ending wasn't that great and i don't believe the story was rounded off well but i'm guessing they're going to be bringing out another book in the series which I know I will have to read just to see what happens. Mar 01, Rachel Shields rated it really liked it. Starting this book off, i thought it would be more like the first book, L.
I was a little bit disappointed to find out that Jane, the main character of the first series of books, wasn't even in it, but the villain, Madison,the most hated character in the first series, was one of the main characters. I don't think that it was a good idea to write out Jane because she was the most relatable.
Though The Fame Game disappointed me a bit, it was a good book and full of entertainment.
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It was a Starting this book off, i thought it would be more like the first book, L. Overall, I thought the book was good. Aug 17, Lisanne rated it it was ok Shelves: What can I say. I did not like this book. I have read the L. I liked those books but this one is a total failure in my opinion. Nothing really happens in the book and the story is pretty much the same as in L.
Like I said nothing really happens, only at the 10 or 20 last pages something interesting happens but then the book is finished all of a sudden. I know that this is part one but still, this is not a good way to end a book. Furthermore I think the book is really uno What can I say. Furthermore I think the book is really unoriginal and predictable. I can't recommend this book and I don't think I wil be reading the second part. Apr 19, Reinalyn rated it liked it.
I even went to her book signing for L. Candy in Austin, TX.
Her books are entertaining fluff. It's much like watching Reality TV in that it doesn't require much thought and is entertaining. I love how she provides an insider's behind-the-scenes look at the world of "Reality" TV. I also like that she made Madison more human in this book.
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I look forward to reading the rest of the series. View all 3 comments. Actual rating: 3. I also thought this would follow Madison's life in more detail but then again, it follows the 'nice girl' Kate our new Jane. Not that I would like to know more about Madison, because she is truly stupid, dumb and too full of herself. I'll probably finish the trilogy, but I'm not that eager to do it right now. Mar 20, Sierra Dean rated it liked it Shelves: young-adult , hollywood , audiobook.
These books are silly but oddly enjoyable. It's fluffy but very readable. If anything, I found myself wondering as I read, how much of this is autobiographical in nature? I have to hand it to her — had she decided to use 1st person, it would have been a lot harder to switch around to all of the different characters and their pieces of exposition, so this was quite well done.
This was a very pleasant surprise — Conrad, with said experience of this bubble within Hollywood, does not spare the reader any details, does not handle them with kid gloves, and really gives us as the audience the real meat we crave in terms of details of what really goes on behind the scenes. When she wants to use her sensory language, she can use it pretty well. However, I feel like she still needs to work on that department because there was a fair amount of telling that went on in a good chunk of the book.
You HATE chick lit! The final few chapters were a great payoff to the telling that did go on, so much so that I was actually pretty satisfied with the end product. And sometimes, as much as I hate to admit it, is very much needed.