Saturday, July 12, 2008
BRALESS IN WONDERLAND by Debbie Reed Fischer
I have to be honest.
I LOVE books about modeling. Seriously. It started with this book called HIGH CHEEKBONES.
So when I heard about BRALESS IN WONDERLAND, I was psyched. And when I won it, I was REALLY thrilled.
BRALESS is like a particularly tasty episode of America’s Next Top Model. You know, one where Tyra rips out a potential model and is all like, “Do you really want this?”
And the girl says, “I don’t know.”
Allee is the girl. And she’s in modeling for one thing—money for Yale. Lip gloss and nail polish are so not her things.
But modeling is harder than Allee ever imagined. Between the other girls, go-sees, and her new it-girl status, can Allee hack it? And will the dangers of the modeling scene totally suck her in?
The answers will shock you, which is absolutely why I love this book. Allee is a fun, likable, and very interesting character--and never what the reader expects.