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masopinion
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LA Candy

I think this book is really good. Lauren Conrad made a book based on the Hills except she uses different names for the characters.
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KarissaGirl
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 i no i cant put down the book..i love it
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    I agree. Honestly she did an excellent job no matter how many people accuse her of having a ghost writer. In my opinion its sort of tricky to pin point which character Madison and Gaby are at first. Once you read the second book you really see them blossom into the dynamic characters. In Sweet Little Lies Gaby surprises me when she is speaking to Scarlett, and she just changes from stoic to excellent.

-J. Encalade :smileyhappy:
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Going to be the bad egg here, but I didn't like it. It's a good thought of a story line, you don't see it around much, but it just didn't feel like a good, structed novel to me. The whole thing felt fast and rushed, and no depth was fromed. There are so many good Young Adult novels that are built and offer you the whole world of depth.

 

 

LA Candy didn't do it for me. Kind of sad I wasted time one it, but eh, what can you do.

"Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring."
— Marilyn Monroe
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When I first pickled up the book it look interning. At first I think this was only me but it was hard for me to get in to it isn't my usual gene but the more I read the more I get in to it.:smileyhappy: