Book Reviews of Dramarama

Dramarama
Dramarama
Author: E. Lockhart
ISBN-13: 9780786838158
ISBN-10: 0786838159
Publication Date: 5/1/2007
Pages: 305
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Hyperion
Book Type: Hardcover
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Cute...perfect reading for a "Gleek" like me.
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Reviewed by Randstostipher "tallnlankyrn" Nguyen for TeensReadToo.com

Sadye and Demi have been best friends since the very beginning of time; well, maybe not that long. But when they did first meet, they became inseparable. How could they not be inseparable when they both share the same interests, most importantly of which is the theatre. Both are able to identify with each other, even though Demi is a boy, and are able to see each other's true selves.

And now both of them are off to a summer filled with lots and lots of drama at their summer theater camp. The camp isn't only loaded with singing, dancing, tons of auditions and acting, but also competition, competition, and more competition. Sadye's life is just full of problems, but just as long as she has her best friend by her side nothing can go wrong. Unfortunately, the summer where Sadye tries to find her true talents is also the one where her friendship is tested - and we don't know whether or not it will last.

DRAMARAMA far surpasses other books that I have read. Aside from the hilarious plot and narration, E. Lockhart adds in issues that anyone who reads this novel is able to connect with, from being gay to having parents that only notice you when you succeed. Just reading DRAMARAMA makes you stop and take a step back and really see how our lives are (and will always be) full of drama - and there is nothing we can do about it except hope that we have our true friends by our side. Another great read from this amazing author.
reviewed Dramarama on + 7145 more book reviews
Reviewed by Randstostipher "tallnlankyrn" Nguyen for TeensReadToo.com

Sadye and Demi have been best friends since the very beginning of time; well, maybe not that long. But when they did first meet, they became inseparable. How could they not be inseparable when they both share the same interests, most importantly of which is the theatre. Both are able to identify with each other, even though Demi is a boy, and are able to see each other's true selves.

And now both of them are off to a summer filled with lots and lots of drama at their summer theater camp. The camp isn't only loaded with singing, dancing, tons of auditions and acting, but also competition, competition, and more competition. Sadye's life is just full of problems, but just as long as she has her best friend by her side nothing can go wrong. Unfortunately, the summer where Sadye tries to find her true talents is also the one where her friendship is tested - and we don't know whether or not it will last.

DRAMARAMA far surpasses other books that I have read. Aside from the hilarious plot and narration, E. Lockhart adds in issues that anyone who reads this novel is able to connect with, from being gay to having parents that only notice you when you succeed. Just reading DRAMARAMA makes you stop and take a step back and really see how our lives are (and will always be) full of drama - and there is nothing we can do about it except hope that we have our true friends by our side. Another great read from this amazing author.