Book Reviews of Lucky Stars

Lucky Stars
Lucky Stars
Author: Jane Heller
ISBN-13: 9780312990060
ISBN-10: 0312990065
Publication Date: 2/16/2004
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 35 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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This was funny and so was the mother. It's amazing her daughter isn't more neurotic.
Aspiring actress Stacy Reiser goes two hollywood for her big break and to get away from her mother. Her mother follows her, moves in a nicer apartment down the street, stumbles into a lucrative acting gig and gets a rich boyfriend.

from the book: I loved my mother, really I did. but there was times when she drove me nuts. And I don't mean nuts as in she aggravated me. I mean nuts as in she made the tiny vein in my left eyelid twitch.
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An actress goes to Hollywood to find fame and fortune and a twist of fate- her mother gets discovered and becomes very famous.
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Quick and light Hollywood read - entertaining.
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Good solid book that I would recommend to others
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Great light reading. Very funny!
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I enjoyed this book a great deal. Easy to read, cute. This is the first time I have read anything from Jane Heller, and am looking to read more from her.
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This was a cute summer read, great to take to the beach. The book was centered around a mother-daughter relationship that was easy to relate to.
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This is a really funny book about the crazy relationship between a mother and daughter.
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This book was gave to me so I have not read it.