Celebrity-studded parties that last long into the night. Camera flashes and designer clothes. And a body found floating in the Venice Beach canals.But lets start at the beginning.Justine Childs is your average teenage girl, until the day ex-child-star Eva Kate Kelly moves in across the way. Eva Kate is gorgeous, seductive, and eager to invite Justine into her glittery world. Their relationship intensifies quickly, but there is a lot they aren't telling each other, and in the midst of the whirlwind, a girl lies dead. Who killed Eva Kate? Justine swears her innocenceand shed like you to hear her side of the story....
|Title||:||Fake Plastic Girl|
|Number of Pages||:||288 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Fake Plastic Girl Reviews
Take care, don't read this book if you dislike Taylor Swift. Fake Plastic Girl seemed really interesting based on the synopsis, but it wasn't what I expected. There's a good story buried under Taylor Swift references, cliches and unnecessary jumble. It lost me in all of this, and I just couldn't make myself like it. I disliked the references so much it just became white noise. I didn't enjoy this book, unfortunately. Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review.
Fake Plastic Girl really isn't my type of book, and I'm not sure why the description appealed to me, but I flew through it and was not disappointed.
Justine is mostly an average teen, although some emotional issues are alluded to. Her psychologist mother and artist father are getting a divorce. Her mother leaves Justine with her aunt over the summer, but Justine bribes her aunt and ends up going home to stay by herself.
A new neighbor has move in across the street, and it is Eva-Kate Kelly, an ex- ...more
Wow, I need the sequel! And to listen to more Taylor Swift.
Fake Plastic Girl is a quick, fun, twisted ya about Justine, a sixteen year old spending a month of summer vacation on her own and what happens when former child star turned party girl Eva Kate Kelly suddenly moves in next door.
Sounds like the setup for a sweet story about friendship?
When Fake Plastic Girl opens, Eva Kate Kelly is dead and what follows is a free for all embrace/smackdown of the instafamous, the young and bored and desperate for more, more, more.
I freely acknowledge that F ...more