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  • My favourite part of the story is when Jen finally does something about Cara Cow
  • It is really sad to read about how hard Cara tries to fit in but is never accepted and I love the way that she looks a lot prettier when she is just being herself
  • Some of the best parts of the book is watching Luke and Jen interact with each other
  • The people who would get the most out of this book would definitely be teenagers

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      Teen Idol is about a girl named Jen Greenley. Everybody likes Jen Greenley and she’s everybody’s best friend. She can keep a secret and is a very good listener. In fact, Jen’s so good at keeping a secret that she is asked to look after the famous movie star, Luke Striker, while he is undercover as a new student called Lucas Smith. He has arrived at Clayton High School to research a new role in a movie in which he plays a student. Just how will Jen cope with the weight of having one of the most famous movie stars to look after, will she crack under the pressure?

      My favourite part of the story is when Jen finally does something about Cara Cow. It is really


      sad to read about how hard Cara tries to fit in but is never accepted and I love the way that she looks a lot prettier when she is just being herself. I also enjoy reading the Ask Annie pages. They are mostly typical teenage problems and it is funny the way Annie responds. She responds in such a sarcastic manner, while there is still good advice with in her answer. All the students seem to worship Ask Annie and really take to heart what she says.

      The main character is Jen Greenley. As previously mentioned, she is one of those people who are just nice. She listens, keeps secrets and really cares if someone gets hurt. Then you have Luke Striker, a major Hollywood star. When he ...


      • arrives at Clayton High School, he just can not believe how rude and mean the students are because being a movie star, he never even attended a high school. Some of the best parts of the book is watching Luke and Jen interact with each other.

        Teen Idol is a romance, young adult novel. There are no illustrations. I liked the book because it was a nice, light hearted read. It is one of those books where you can just pick up and read it. It would be perfect for when you are going on holiday. The Ask Annie pages always made me laugh because of Annie’s answer and the question asked. You really feel as if you are Jen in the parts where you can tell she

        is finding it hard to cope with the difficulty of keeping Lucas Smith’s secret identity a secret.

        The people who would get the most out of this book would definitely be teenagers. This is mostly because of the fact that Teen Idol is set in a high school and teenagers find it more easily to relate to than an adult would. This also the book for people, who would love to see the effect of what would happen if a celebrity was placed inside a high school. The teenage girls in this book claim to love Luke Striker, yet even when he is right under their noses, they don’t notice. Then when all is revealed, they all claim to have picked up on his undercover identity.




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