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Susanna Sees Stars by Mary Hogan

Susanna Sees Stars

by Mary Hogan

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Eager to launch her career as a celebrity journalist, fifteen-year-old Susanna is excited at the prospect of being a summer intern at Scene magazine but soon discovers that her real job is to be a personal assistant, not a reporter, and that she must find her own way to prove her journalistic talents.… (more)



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Reviewed by Randstostipher "tallnlankyrn" Nguyen for TeensReadToo.com

Susanna has always been obsessed with celebrities and all the gossip that goes along with them. She knows everything there is to know about all the A-List stars that roam the earth. Susanna's previous jobs have never been very glamorous, or anything even close to dealing with celebs. But it all changes when summer comes around and Susanna lands a spot at the hottest publication ever, Scene magazine.

The perfect job for the perfect person... right?

Sure, Susanna knows all there is to celebrities, but interacting with them and actually talking to them is a whole different ballpark. Besides, meeting someone famous can be pretty intimidating most of the time. Susanna's amateurism is shown when she gets the chance to ask Brad Pitt some questions, and doesn't even make it to the meeting on time. After that, Susanna's celebrity interactions takes on a snowball effect, becoming horrible one after the other.

Aside from getting coffee for her bossy boss, to making sure her outfits are cute enough, Susanna has to try her best to find the biggest scoop of the summer to show everyone that she can do anything they can do. Let's just hope she finds some good gossip quickly before she gets fired (even if she can't really get fired in an internship).

A novel that revolves around a girl who is determined, SUSANNA SEES STARS is one book that we can all appreciate. Both genuine and entertaining, Susanna takes her job one step at a time, making her the perfect heroine for those who aspire to have the same job as her. The perfect read for anyone -- and with a sequel coming soon. ( )
  GeniusJen | Oct 13, 2009 |
This book was good, and had good characters. I liked the realism of the book. At least it wasn’t like the girl moving up a business 2 days. I thought the book would be different, maybe with more action. AHS/BB
  edspicer | Sep 21, 2009 |
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