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Princess in the Spotlight by Meg Cabot
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Mar 07, 2011

liked it

I thought this book was interesting. While reading it, I noticed that even people you least expect have personal problems of their own. Mia is a princess, and on the outside her life looks like it is perfect. But since this book is from the perspective of her diary, you get to really see the problems in her life and how she is feeling.
With famous people you usually think that their life is all peachy and how wonderful it is because they're rich and happy etc, but Princess In The Spotlight shows differently. Mia is in highschool, and has problems with her mother dating her algebra teacher, lessons from her grandmother on how to be the "perfect princess" and how her father is struggling with cancer. Even worse, her whole personal life is exploited due to the reason that she actually is famous. The thing that people don't realize about famous people is that they don't like their personal business going on everywhere, and that even though it's cool for us to know, they're probably embarassed because it is their life.

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Reading Progress

March 7, 2011 – Started Reading
March 7, 2011 – Shelved
March 7, 2011 –
page 41
March 17, 2011 –
page 263
March 20, 2011 – Finished Reading

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