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Messy by Heather Cocks
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Jun 14, 12

bookshelves: ya-friendship, ya-self-identity, ya-social-situations, ya-humor-coming-of-age, ya-romance
Read from May 31 to June 14, 2012

3.5 stars. I thought that this follow up to Spoiled was great, but maybe not as stellar. I still loved the writing, the mixing in of made up and real celebrities and celebrity lore, and the true heart buried beneath the Hollywood veneer. The story centers much more on Brooke and on Molly's best friend Max (Maxine). Brooke has decided that she wants to start a blog, but she needs a ghostwriter. Max steps in only because she desperately needs to escape her crummy job at a local trendy vegan restaurant. Even though Max and Brooke are the most unlikely of pals, it turns out that they actually have things in common that have nothing to do with fashion or style. This is a fun read that is perfect for the summer and for teens who enjoy keeping up with tinsel town, the Kardashians, and all the latest E True Hollywood stories.
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