Format: Trade Paperback
Dimensions: 384 Pages, 5.12 × 7.87 × 0.79 in
Published: May 1, 2012
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0316098272
ISBN - 13: 9780316098274
About the Book
Sixteen-year-old Molly Dix has just discovered that her biological father is Brick Berlin, world-famous movie star and red-carpet regular. She plunges headfirst into celebrity life and meets her gorgeous, spoiled half-sister. But in this town, nothing is ever what it seems.
From the Publisher
You say Spoiled like it''s a bad thing.
Sixteen-year-old Molly Dix has just discovered that her biological
father is Brick Berlin, world-famous movie star and red-carpet
regular. Intrigued (and a little) terrified by her Hollywood
lineage, Molly moves to Los Angeles and plunges headfirst into the
deep of Beverly Hills celebrity life. Just as Molly thinks her life
couldn''t get any stranger, she meets Brooke Berlin, her gorgeous,
spoiled half sister, who welcomes Molly to la-la land with a
smothering dose "sisterly love"...but in this town, nothing is ever
what it seems.
Set against a world of Redbull-fuelled stylists, tiny tanned girls,
popped-collar guys, and Blackberry-wielding
publicists,Spoiledis a sparkling debut from the writers
behind the viciously funny celebrity blog GoFugYourself.com.
About the Author
Heather Cocks is a die-hard sports fan, a Leo, an ex-reporter, a
Notre Dame grad, a dual citizen of the U.S. and U.K., a sandwich
enthusiast, and a former producer forAmerica''s Next Top
Model. Jessica Morgan is a Southern California native and UCLA
alumna who has produced reality shows ranging fromGrowing Up
Gottito the docu-series30 Days. She collects shoes,
books, and unpaid parking tickets. Both ladies live in Los Angeles,
California and watch almost everything on the CW.
"Fans of Jessica Morgan and Heather Cocks, the hilariously caustic
duo behind the popular Hollywood fashion blog "GoFugYourself," will
not be disappointed with their debut novel. "Spoiled"is packed with
all the Hollywood snark and pop-culture references readers of their
blog have come to expect - plus an impressive amount of pathos for
what could otherwise be a bubblegum