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Sold Out (Diary of a Teenage Girl #7)

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Chloe Miller and her fellow band members must sort out their lives as they become a hit in the local community. Accustomed only to being scorned and marginalized, Chloe suddenly has to decide who her real friends are, and who's just along for the ride. Now her generosity gets her in more trouble than ever. And all too soon after a talent scout from Nashville discovers the ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published June 7th 2003 by Multnomah Books (first published June 1st 2003)
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This book surprised me. Since I'm really familiar with the author's books, I expected it to be good. It was better that what I thought, though. As usual her characters are three-dimensional and are fun to read about. There wasn't a dull character(unless she made him/her like that on purpose). The storyline was gripping, making you want to keep reading until you were done..., and then, read it all over again. The reader can tell that Carlson did not just write without knowing what she had in mind ...more
This is a really great book! Well written and the characters are great. The couple that I had long been waiting to get together is finally in a great spot. Thought the plot was definitely worthy of a "WHO DIDN'T SEE THAT ONE COMING?", it was still wonderful. The diary layout is amazing, you get to really hear what is going on with Chloe's life by reading her thoughts-literally!
The only problem is the author's age and the year this was written. No one wears Doc Martens or bell bottoms OR says "Ri
This was better than the first one in the series My name is Chloe. There was only a small reference to the friend who was interested in Wicca. The girls decide to come together and start a band. They then end up making it big and watching as those who wanted nothing to do with them now wanted to be their best friend. It also dealt with bullies. One of the main characters was being bullied by three girls and actually got beat up. It was a very good book for teen girls to read about how much chang ...more
The music industry plot keeps the book moving, and the band members keep it interesting. They tackle date rape in this one, which surprised me a bit. That's a lot for teens to deal with, but also a reality, I'm sure. However, that was not my reality in high school, or college for that matter (thankfully!). It'll be interesting to see what book 3 brings. I like the main theme of the story, that Chloe is "sold out" for God. It makes me think what am I sold out for? and hopefully teens will ask the ...more
What a great book! You have got to get it! But read the #1 Chloe Book first!My Name is Chloe
Melody Carlson Is one of the best Author's ever!
I read the second one before the first and, I have to say it was still great. I loved how when I started reading, I could relate Chloe. She had so many unanswered questions about God and her religion that I had as well. This series of books helped me get closer to my religion and to myself. I recommend it to anybody who wants to do so as well.
1.this book fits in to the category of a book with a female protagonist
2.because my cousin read it and she said she liked it
3.i liked the fact that the story had a really good story line
4. i thought everything was good and didn't hate anything about the book
5. teenages because its a boook about a teenage girl
anther great book by melody carlson. i just love her books! they are always so inspiring to me. sometimes it makes me feel like a bad Christian because of everything they pray over or everything they do is centered around God. really though, it just makes me want to be better, so i am trying.
Alicia (Lav)
I love how this book describes what it really takes to make it the music buisness: a lot of hard work and a whole lot of prayer. In a world full if Hannah Montanas and Jonas brothers, this is refreshing. I love how God plays such a big part in everything they do.
Kayla Mannlein
Nothing could be cooler than having the guts and talent to perform for thousands of people and to change lives ... pretty cool.
May 19, 2008 Brittney rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: teenage girls only
It was really good, but you should definitely read My Name is Chloe first. Some parts are confusing without the background.
much better than the first Chloe book, I think I may like her as much as Caitlin now,
This book is refreshing, sweet, and enjoyable. I would highly recommend this book!
Brittany Jackson
I miss the series. Honestly I think this is the only series I will ever read twice
Angela Sellers
I just love Chloe. She really inspired me to be me.
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loved it!!! im gonna read it again
Such an awesome, amazing read!
I liked Chloe the best.
Loved it!!!
Sep 24, 2007 Allyson rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Christians, teens
Loved it!!
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Camille Andrea Tesoro
The first Christian fiction I have read, it is comprised of a simple narration and it is a good book to help you get out of a reading slump.
interesting look at stardom, realistic, engaging
Mary Bronson
I thought this was a very good book. I really enjoyed reading it. I loved the plot and characters. Chloe continues to keep growing as a character. I can not wait to read more of her story in the other books.
Sacha Henderson
The writing style was wonderful! But, I kinda hate myself for reading this one instead of buying the 1st in the series.
it wasn't as good as the first one but it was still good. i am planing to read the rest of the series.=D
Cheesy Christian fiction isn't my type. But as far as it goes, this one wasn't terribly.
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Melody Carlson is the award-winning author of over two hundred books, several of them Christmas novellas from Revell, including her much-loved and bestselling book, The Christmas Bus.

She also writes many teen books, including the Diary of a Teenage Girl series, the TrueColors series, and the Carter House Girls series.

Melody was nominated for a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award in the inspi
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Other Books in the Series

Diary of a Teenage Girl (1 - 10 of 16 books)
  • Becoming Me (Diary of a Teenage Girl: Caitlin, #1)
  • It's My Life (Diary of a Teenage Girl: Caitlin, #2)
  • Who I Am (Diary of a Teenage Girl: Caitlin, #3)
  • On My Own (Diary of a Teenage Girl: Caitlin, #4)
  • I Do! (Diary of a Teenage: Caitlin, #5)
  • My Name is Chloe (Diary of a Teenage Girl: Chloe, #1)
  • Road Trip (Diary of a Teenage Girl: Chloe, #3)
  • Face the Music (Diary of a Teenager Girl: Chloe, #4)
  • Just Ask (Diary of a Teenage Girl: Kim, #1)
  • Meant to Be (Diary of a Teenage Girl: Kim, #2)
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