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But Adrienne discovers magic isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, and the road to popularity is paved with humiliation. To make her dreams come true, not only will she have to get the lead in the school play, ask out the most popular guy in school, and stand up to the current queen of popularity, but also keep her personal genie from trashing her room, dressing like a nerd, and revealing to her mom that he’s living in their attic. For someone who’s supposed to be helping her, he couldn’t be making her life any worse. That is, until she starts to fall for him.
Starlight by Chelsea M. Campbell is an enjoyable YA read. It was fun, light and cheesy (but in a good way). I found myself swept up into the story quickly. There were parts where I felt frustrated as the characters muddled through some situations that seemed easy to work through, but it was understandable as a YA read. I liked how it touched on bullying and Adrienne being able to rise above that. Overall, this was a really good story that I would like my daughter to read as well.
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