Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Hardcover vs Paperback 67

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If you can't be a mega teen superstar sensation then maybe you'll be lucky enough to join her entourage.

Devon -- one name only, please -- is the latest and jail-bait-est pop star to hit number one on the Billboard chart, and she's making her big-screen debut in Juicy. But after her stint in rehab, the studio isn't so sure she's their girl anymore. If they cut any more of her lines, she'll be a silent film actress! Can Devon regain her star status? She needs to watch her back and make sure that flash doesn't catch her causing a scene, and we don't mean the kind you can yell "Cut!" after.

Livia has lost the weight and gained the attitude in the Hollywood party scene. Her dad's an Oscar-winning producer, and with a hot Beverly Hills boyfriend on her arm as well as her photos all over the pages of Gosizzle.com, Livia looks like she has a perfect life. But looks can be perfectly deceiving....

And there's fresh-faced Casey, who left a job bagging groceries at the Piggly Wiggly to play personal assistant to her best friend...and Devon's rival. She's got the biggest crush on the biggest star of the film -- a hot Brit known for loving and leaving. Will Casey stay true to herself while trying to find a place in his universe?

Stars. They're just like us. But what does that mean for the rest of us? Stay tuned, people.

Tie. Most definitely a tie. I read this in hardcover and loved how the cover was a wrap around and you could see the other two girls on the back, but i guess if you haven't held the book in your hand you wouldn't know that. The paperback gets across the point that it's about all 3 girls equally which is important, but it's a little busy.

I can't wait for the next book!

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10 comments:

  1. That really sums up my thought! I agree that the paperback presents more accurately the three girls on the cover, but I like that the hardcover gave them all a lot of space and importance.

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  2. I like the hardcover the best.

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  3. I like both of them too!

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  4. In this case I like the paperback!

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  5. Definitely paperback! But the three girls look way older than the target audience...hm.

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  6. I like the hardcover the most, espessially in person. But I do like the title font more on the paperback.

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  7. In the paperback, the models don't really look like teens, although I like the general idea better than the hardback, so I guess it's a tie!

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  8. I like the second one better because in the first one, I don't like how they did the title.

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  9. I'm not sure about this, but I think the Girl series got canceled. There's like nothing about it on Melissa's site and I feel like she said there wouldn't be any more books.

    I love both covers though.

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  10. BookChic- I hope not! I remember she tweeted me the title of the second over the summer but who knows what's happened since then.

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