October 05, 2009

Braless In Wonderland by Debbie Reed Fischer

If you’re reading this and expecting a tale of some top model who wins the heart of a rock star, adopts a third world baby, launches her own clothing line, winds up on the cover of Us Weekly’s Who’s Hot issue, and gets her own reality show (or at least, her own E! True Hollywood Story), then I better warn you . . . That’s not exactly what happened to me
Allee Rosen is a lot of things: high school senior, overachiever, feminist, brainiac. The one thing she’s not is super model material. She leaves that to pretty people like her little sister (a.k.a. “The Fluff”). That’s why it’s a complete shock when Allee, not her sister, is the one spotted by modeling scouts at the mall and signed by a major modeling agency in Miami.
I thought this okay it wasn't the best but it was not my favorite book.
I enjoyed the characters. I thought Allee was cute and fun and someone I would want to be friends with. Actually all of the girls were good like a girl that you thought was all nice until you get to know her and she really is evil, and the girls that really are nice.
The plot was okay but it wasn't the best it could have been. I think the characters were thought out but the plot wasn't quite as good. 
3.5 out 5
(sorry this isn't the best review) 

1 comment:

Bookworm said...

Yay, you're back! I've been looking for this one for a year or so, and it looks kind of fluffy but really cute. Perhaps I'll check it out...(: