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Shooting Stars by Allison Rushby

I also love the Ned Hartnett character. I reccommend it – it’s brilliant! All the supporting characters were equally amazing. Also seen on The Nocturnal Library.

It’s shooting stars allison rushby quick read from a debut author, and I’m looking forward to what Rushby gives us next. The daughter of an Australian paparazzo father and Japanese mother, Jo hasn’t led an easy life. And since nothing ever goes beyond some kissing, it is very appropriate for younger teens as well!

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Their past made their current feelings much more plausible. It was a fun, easy, shooting stars allison rushby contemporary book–I was able to read it in one day. It could go either way. Wrong, She feels awful about invading this young man’s privacy, but alloson needs the money.


This book was simple, but I liked it.

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When she is given a big job to go inside, undercover, at a big retreat place to get shots of teen music heartthrob, Ned, she discovers there’s more to herself than she realized–and maybe papping isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Reasons I didn’t like this book: Shooting stars allison rushby becomes more than a target ruwhby Jo, but actually a person, and that complicates her ability to take the pictures she needs to take.

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The angle is different and entertaining. View all 10 comments. I love the fact that she is easy to relate to. I loved the main character, Jo.


A Story about discovering what is right! She gets a job to go undercover allixon a retreat in Boston in order to snap pictures of Ned Hartne I’m going to briefly share my thoughts on this book. She is incredibly cynical for a sixteen-year-old, but she’s had to grow up fast in the business she’s in. Don’t wait, go out and pick this book up shooting stars allison rushby She wasn’t a big fan of thinking rationally, and her “solution” to the biggest problem she had was a solution I had thought up pages earlier.

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Not because she’s a teenage photographer–but because she seems to be so motivated by money. I loved Jo, the main character. And the minor characters were really fleshed out – they had stories and lives and personalities.