Author: Rachel Renée Russell
Description: I never expected to go into this book in hopes of a five-star worthy read, but I thought I would like it sufficiently enough, so I bought it.
If you are reading this review, just keep in mind that I am about 1-2 years above the intended audience age, so I’m a teenager reading a tween book. But still.
Okay, let’s start out with something that really bothered me- basically the entire plot line. This may be a very minor spoiler, but you find it out at the very beginning basically, so it won’t be too big of a shock- Nikki gets her own reality show somehow, even though she’s in an amateur band that got signed after they played one song at a school talent show or something along those lines. Very realistic. If you couldn’t tell, I was being sarcastic. Nikki and her band became insta-famous I guess, because they hadn’t even released ONE SONG YET and this girl got her own reality show. Ugh.
Still, it wasn’t all bad. There were some cute and funny moments and no matter how unrealistic the plot seems, it was still pretty creative.
But Mackenzie is always out to get Nikki, and you’re never wondering who pulled off the evil prank or who is to blame for every problem. Nikki needs a new villainess- one of her friends perhaps? I know, it’s intense, but doesn’t it sound way more I intriguing?
Okay, that aside, the grammatical choice and «overused» punctuation was extremely annoying. A common example, «SQUEE!!!!!!!». And exactly like that, too. No joke.
And then there was the dreaded cray-cray. I have no idea if its just me, but abbreviated words that don’t need abbreviated (take totes as the shortened form of totally, for example) make me shiver. Especially when the abbreviation actually MAKES IT LONGER. Who invented this, and why? I don’t even know.
I counted the cray-crays. There were about three. That’s approximately one per every hundred pages. That is three too many.
Oh, and I spotted a hashtag-something-or-other in there too. I mentally (and probably physically) cringed.
Less noticeable was what accompanied the similes. It would say, «Brianna was blowing kisses and posing like she was a pageant princess from Toddlers and Tiaras», but then it would add «or something». It would have flowed much smoother without that, especially for all the creative similes throughout the book.
I didn’t expect to not like this installment as much as the others. I think it might have been all the added exclamation marks and such, because as I looked through my other books from this series those seemed to be much less prominent. I was a little harsh on this review, but these books are always cute for when you want a light read with nice illustrations, and I like this series enough that I will probably still buy the next book.
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Author: Rachel Renée Russell