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JENNA & JONAH'S FAUXMANCE
by Emily Franklin, Brendan Halpin

Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary Young Adult

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Ever wanted to be a celebrity? Get free clothes for just being you? Well, in this book you will find out what it is like, though maybe it isn’t as fabulous as it seems. This is a journey of a lifetime, as Charlie and Fielding figure out who they are, why they became actors and what they really mean to each other.

Starring in the No. 1-rated show in Japan, Jenna and Jonah’s How to Be a Rock Star, may have its perks, but it’s not all fun and games. For one thing, co-stars Charlie and Fielding can’t stand each other, but that doesn’t stop their publicists from forcing them to date. But when news gets out that Fielding is gay (which he is not) the ex-it couple must go undercover for a while. During their time living life “simply,” they discover all they’ve sacrificed to be famous. (WALKER, Feb., 288 pp., $16.99, ISBN: 9780802721624, HC, 12 & Up)

Reviewed By: Meera Patel

Publisher: WALKER

Published: February 2011

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