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Sugar and Spice: Book 2 (LA Candy) Paperback – Import, 3 February 2011
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About the Author
Lauren Conrad is best known for starring in MTV's #1 show, The Hills. She has been featured on the covers of Cosmopolitan, Rolling Stone, Seventeen and Entertainment Weekly, among others. Her first novel, L.A Candy was a huge bestseller. She lives in Los Angeles.
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- Publisher : HarperCollinsChildren’sBooks (3 February 2011)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 288 pages
- ISBN-10 : 000735309X
- ISBN-13 : 978-0007353095
- Reading age : 13 - 16 years
- Item Weight : 200 g
- Dimensions : 12.9 x 1.83 x 19.8 cm
Best Sellers Rank:
#713,451 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #67,029 in Children's Literature & Fiction (Books)
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I really enjoyed this as it showed just how devious reality tv can be. Putting Madison to work with Jane and Hannah at Fiona Chen events was pretty funny yet you do feel for Jane who wants to be an event planner for all the right reasons.
It was also nice to see more of Scarlett's relationship featured. Her insights into college choices etc really helped round out her character.
Madison's plot was a surprise, and seemed to be a form of karma for hurting Jane, so it was interesting for her to be the victim this time around. However, I hated Gaby in this one, her makeover didn't seem in keeping with her character and she annoyed me in the scene in the Vegas hotel room. I thought the character of Caleb didn't seem right either, in high school he was "perfect" and then once the cameras were upon him he became "fame-hungry" although he'd been talking about how building homes for the poor was so rewarding? That doesn't make sense to me.
All in all, it was a great book and gave the characters some nice closure. I would love to read the next Lauren Conrad book, The Fame Game, but at £6.99 I think it's too expensive for a Kindle book and will probably wait for a price drop.