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3.41 of 5 stars 3.41  ·  rating details  ·  82 ratings  ·  10 reviews
Kenzie Cross never thought she'd vault to insta-fame on the hit TV action drama Spywitness Girls. A virtual unknown, she's the show's breakout star -- and the lead in a major new movie. It's like it's Christmas and her birthday every day, and Kenzie has every reason to let loose and party hard, especially after nonstop press interviews, photo shoots, publicity, and promoti ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published July 1st 2008 by Simon Pulse
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this book was so much deeper than i thought it would be.. actually made me cry near the end
Jo Ann
Oct 05, 2011 Jo Ann is currently reading it
highly recomended..2 read
Jennifer Wardrip
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Kenzie is living the life most teenagers could only dream of: She's the star of a hit TV series, is about to be offered a leading movie role, has a sexy boyfriend, and a great group of friends.

But her nights are filled with wild parties that eventually cause her to fall into a downward spiral.

Hollywood's newest starlet ends up in rehab. Kenzie thinks Serenity Lake will be like an extended hotel stay at first. The loneliness hits her fast and hard, howe
Madison Wampler
Rehab by Randi Reisfeld was an okay book. It's about a girl named Kenzie Cross. She never thought that she'd be an insta-fame hit on the TV show Spywitness Girls. This fame has lead her to believe it feels like her birthday and Christmas because she gets so much stuff every day! She starts to party hard especially after pressuring interviews and a ton of hard work. This book was an alright kinda book. It's one of those that you read when you feel like you dont have anything else to read.
May 04, 2015 Kenzie marked it as to-read
Honestly the only reason why I want to read this book is because the main characters name is the same as mine. I've never read a book with a character named Kenzie before!
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Surprisingly good
Feb 09, 2013 Lisa marked it as to-read
Shelves: did-not-finish
DNF - Not because I didn't want to just because I stopped reading & the book needed to be returned to the library. May try again some other day.
Tjis book isnt even as good as i thought it would be maybe because myy taste is very different from this book.
It was cute, kind of stereotypical rehab book. I did love the depiction of her rehab. I wasn't so into the party scenes.
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Randi Reisfeld has written over 60 books, primarily for ‘tweens and teens; non-fiction (celebrity biographies, two of which have made the New York Times best seller list); and fiction. She wrote the Clueless series, original stories based on the characters in the movie, as well as six books based on the character of TV's Moesha. Her original fiction series called T*Witches is a Disney Channel TV m ...more
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