Scarlett Fever (Scarlett, #2)
Publisher: Scholastic Point
Pages no: 352
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Young Adult Contemporary
Scarlett is fifteen, a sophomore in a highly competitive high school, an assistant to a theatrical agent, and her life is complicated. So very, amusingly complicated. Older brother Spencer is going to audition after audition, getting callbacks, but no jobs. Older sister Lola is foundering, unsure wh...
This book was actually better than the first. The plot was more defined.
by Maureen JohnsonSo, this will be less of a review and more of a reaction, because I just put the book down and AUGH!Don't get me wrong. It's great. I love Scarlett and her kooky family (remember my thing about families?). I adore Spencer (especially the scene at the party where he attempts to e...
I read this months ago and forgot to review it. Ummm can't think of a real long rambling review or anything, but that's because I didn't have many issues with it. I really like Maureen Johnson's books, and this one was no exception. I thought it was a great follow-up to Suite Scarlett, cute and fun...
My Expectations: so-so, kind of in the middle type of book. I expected something similar to Suite Scarlett (which I thought was around average)Delivery: above my expectations! I liked it more than the first, and was even more fun than I thought it would be.Put-down-ability: LOW! I read it non-stop :...