How to be a Star by M. Doty
  

Synopsis

How to be a Star by M. Doty

In the first Surviving High School novel, freshman Emily Kessler overcame her first-day fears, broke national records on her swim team, secured her place in the high school hierarchy, and even started dating the cutest boy in school. Tired of playing Emily's sidekick, it's time for best-friend Kimi Chen to step into the spotlight and snag her own place at the coveted centre table of the cafeteria. But when a low-budget music video she made hits the web and goes viral, forget just being popular - Kimi is famous! Boys want to date her, girls want to be her, and she's even been asked to perform on her favourite television show. Things are finally looking up; what could possibly go wrong? But when fame starts to get in the way of her friendships, Kimi chokes on national television. It turns out that being a star may be more than she bargained for.

Reviews

The story moves along at a compulsively readable pace. Teens will want to clear their calendars after they start this one.

About the Author

M. Doty is an award-winning screenwriter, game-writer and novelist. For the last six years, Doty has worked as a writer for Electronic Arts' hit mobile game, Surviving High School.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
224 pages
Interest Age: from 12

Author

M. Doty
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Publisher

Publication date

30th May 2013

ISBN

9780316220170


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