Girly book. I remember liking it at the time, the protagonist was likeable and the context humorous.
I didn't particularly care for this book much. Maybe it would be better for younger readers
This book was awesome. Lola wants to be a star, but how easy will it be once she moves to Dellwood?
(This is from the back cover)
Mary Elizabeth (or Lola, as she prefers to be called) longs to be in the spotlight. But when she moves to New Jersey with her family, Lola discovers that the role of resident drama queen at Dellwood "Deadwood" High has already been filled- by the Born-to-Win, Born-to-Run-Everything Carla Santini. Once the curtain goes up on the school play, which drama queen will take center stage?
This was a fun, silly book. A book that would make the literary people of the world cringe. I loved it! :-)
Lola moves to a new town, and decides to recreate herself and go after the lead in the school play. However, trouble ensues when her favorite band decides to split up, and the school's It girl gets in the way of Lola's dreams.
An amusing book full of everything you could want in a teenage book.
Great book! As an adult I enjoyed it and it's great book for teenagers!
This book was preety good. It was a little wierd, but it was worth it.