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Catch A Falling Star

Culbertson, Kim A. (eBook - 2014 )
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
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Carter Moon is expecting to spend a quiet summer working in her parents' restaurant and hanging out with her best friends Alien Drake and Chloe--but when a Hollywood company arrives to film a movie, her sleepy California town is suddenly transformed, and Carter finds herself playing an unexpected part in it all.
Authors: Culbertson, Kim A.
Title: Catch a falling star
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Publisher: New York :, Point,, [2014]
Edition: First edition
Characteristics: 1 online resource
text file, rda
Content Type: text
Media Type: computer
Carrier Type: online resource
Summary: Carter Moon is expecting to spend a quiet summer working in her parents' restaurant and hanging out with her best friends Alien Drake and Chloe--but when a Hollywood company arrives to film a movie, her sleepy California town is suddenly transformed, and Carter finds herself playing an unexpected part in it all.
ISBN: 0545627052
9780545627054
Statement of Responsibility: Kim Culbertson
Subject Headings: California Fiction Self-realization Fiction Friendship Fiction Best friends Fiction Motion pictures Production and direction Fiction Actors and actresses Fiction
Topical Term: Self-realization
Friendship
Best friends
Motion pictures
Actors and actresses
Additional Physical Form Entry: Electronic reproduction of (manifestation): Culbertson, Kim A. Catch a falling star New York : Point, 2014 9780545627047 (DLC) 2013029467 (OCoLC)860752581
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Jul 03, 2014
  • FindingJane rated this: 3 stars out of 5.

This is a young adult romance featuring two very different would-be lovers. The gradual realization that the movie star Adam Jakes is a coat of many different colors comes slowly to Carter Moon and to the reader as well. We’re given a little peek into the inside world of a movie star and along the way muse over such questions as to the meaning behind celebrity and why people get so excited over the presence of stars. Larger subjects of astronomy, philosophy and education also find their way in this book without making it too ponderous for the average YA demographic.

“Catch a Falling Star” may have a generic title and a Hollywood ending. But it raises itself above both with a protagonist that defies convention—until she realizes her own motivations. Maybe it’s not quite a love story but that ambiguity is decidedly part of its charm.

Mar 31, 2014
  • SW24 rated this: 4.5 stars out of 5.

This book is very good!!! I just finished the ARC and totally loved it. Very good rom com while still having enough of a plot. Definitely recommend it!

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