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The Fame Factor By Polly Courtney,

  • Title: The Fame Factor
  • Author: Polly Courtney
  • ISBN: 9781847561497
  • Page: 487
  • Format: Paperback
  • By day, Zoe Kidd lives a tedious existence, following orders and trying to appease her parents By night, she s the raucous lead singer of all girl rock band, Dirty Money But when hit maker Louis Castle appears at one of their gigs with talk of record deals and stadium tours, it seems as though Zoe s luck has turned.
    The Fame Factor By day Zoe Kidd lives a tedious existence following orders and trying to appease her parents By night she s the raucous lead singer of all girl rock band Dirty Money But when hit maker Louis Castl

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    1. Polly Courtney is a new author to me but after reading about her I found that she has actually wrote 8 books but none of which I have seen whilst browsing the book shelves until I was in my local Library and I was picking out my next selection of books and saw The Fame Factor Polly has wrote this using her experiences with the music industry and also she has friends who are in unsigned bands so the knowledge she has from this is put into the book which makes the book realistic As you can see by [...]

    2. Does for the music industry what The Devil Wears Prada did for fashion By day, Zo Kidd lives a tedious existence, following orders and trying to appease her parents By night, she s the raucous lead singer of all girl rock band, Dirty Money.For six years, Dirty Money has toured the London scene, playing pubs, clubs, shopping centres and the odd public toilet They re gifted, they re beautiful and they re determined to make it to the top.So when the American hit maker Louis Castle appears at one of [...]

    3. Okay read, but main character seemed a little too naive I m not English, I m not a musician, I have put almost zero thought into the mechanics of the music industry and yet I still would have had of a clue than Zoe It just didn t sit right, if its your dream to make it big wouldn t you pay at least a little attention to how you get there Odd Characters may be a little stereotypical, but the dynamics were the best part of the book, quite human.

    4. An ok all rounder book here, was a bit of a tear jerker at times and I finished it relatively quickly so on these sides yes I enjoyed the book I ve only given it 3 stars as I would say yes I liked the book but no it wasn t amazing , it was catchy and definitely made you want to carry on reading until the end but it s not one that I would have missed if I hadn t read it.

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