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Roman Holiday

3.88 of 5 stars 3.88  ·  rating details  ·  32 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Natalie has always wanted to be an actress, so when she wins a place at a prestigious acting summer school in Rome, she thinks it's a dream come true...until she meets Veronica, her drama-queen roommate.
Veronica is sure she's the only one at the school destined for stardom (except maybe Eddie, the super-cute English boy). She's determined to get attention from everyone - e
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Paperback, 185 pages
Published 2010 by Scholastic Press
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Isabel
Roman Holiday tells a youthful tale of adventures of Veronica and Natalie as they strive for their dreams to become actors; undergoing immense growth to become better actors, friends and people.
The storyline is both simplistic and easy to follow, with little required understanding the motivation of each character: for Natasha to break out of her shell to achieve her ‘dream’, and for Veronica to overcome her inexplicable ‘self loathing’.
The dialogue heavy novel sets a fast paced read in which an
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Daisy
I read Exchanging Lives and LOVED IT! So funny when they switch towns and lives. I hated Annie and Loved Charlie. Frememies. Fun. Roman Holiday is even better!!
Carrie
This book was so much like rome I loved Sandra I hope she writes another book so this can be come a whole series
Ke Wen
It was an excellent book and some parts are funnier than others
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