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The search continues . . .
Charley’s off to Scotland with her new beau, and Scotty and her dad travel to Maine in search of Scotty’s mom. When they land on her mother’s last known trail, will their questions finally be answered?
Goodbye, Hollywood Nobody
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Great ending to the Scotty Saga!
Many have followed Scotty's life and journey through Lisa Samson's Hollywood Nobody Series. Scotty's saga comes to a close in "Goodbye, Hollywood Nobody." Scotty and her father are traveling in search of Scotty's mother and Scotty is searching for answers to her questions in regards to God and faith. Charley is off in Scotland with a new boyfriend and Karissa shows up forcing Scotty to deal with her feelings toward her and move closer to forgiveness.
This is a great teen series as Scotty deal with real issues and the books are written from her perspective. Scotty is an enjoyable character to read about, and journey with as the reader will connect with Scotty through her various experiences and will empathize with her. It has been enjoyable to read about Scotty and see how she has grown from the first book to the last book. I recommend this series for teen girls!
*I received this book from the NavPress Blogger Review Program. I was not required to give a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
7/1/2011 10:14:33 AM
sad to see it end
sad to have this book series end but at least it ended on a good note. In this book you will find out if Scotty and her dad find her mom. Who is Scotty in love with and who loves her back. You find out if Scotty’s grandma finally finds true love, will she find God too.
As in true form of the Hollywood Nobody we go on many adventures with Scotty. There are many ups and downs and we go through her many emotions. My favorite part of the book is when Scotty goes to stay at a orphanage for a few months. She learns so much about herself, how to love even the most unlovable. Scotty finds more of who God is and His plans for her as well.
The author left this book open to continue even though it’s been years since the last book and it seems like this was to be the last one in the series. But I’m in a not so secret hope that she will write more.
Amazing books, great author. You can find her books at Navpress.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from NavPress Publishers as part of their Blogger Review Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commision’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
6/15/2011 7:53:48 AM
"Goodbye Hollywood Nobody" by Lisa Samson
This is it, the end of the "Hollywood Nobody" series, where Scotty's journey comes to an end. Charley's left , to finally make a life for herself and Scotty? Well, Scotty now has her dad, a home, a family, everything she's really wanted...except...the wherabouts of her mother. Scotty and her dad keep searching for her, but will they like what they find? Will they find anything at all?
I personally really loved this book, it really teaches you to trust and have faith in God. It's a quick, interesting, easy read. I give it four and a half stars.
5/21/2011 5:38:30 PM
Scotty is nearing the end of her journey that she knows as a teenager, and in this book she begins to transition to adulthood. Along the way she learns forgiveness, and heartache while beginning to understand what it is to trust Jesus.
I really enjoyed this final novel in the Hollywood Nobody series. There are many answers that are built up throughout the series that are finally answered such, whether Scotty's mom will be found, and if Scotty and Seth finally see each other as more than friends. Not everything has a simple answer just as you would expect in real life, but Scotty finally gets the answers she needs. The characters all brought lessons to the table in the book, and Scotty has her own lessons to learn and share.
There is not much for me to say that I did not enjoy about the book, since I would recommend it to anyone who is a teen or is not to read. The writing can be a bit confusing since Lisa Samson does not clarify who is saying the dialogue in a traditional manner.
Overall I really enjoyed the book, and found that it conveyed a character attempting to understand who Jesus was and how to live by his teaching, which is a great change to read. This book could be a great read for anyone even though its intended audience is teens.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from NavPress Publishers as part of their Blogger Review Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commision's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."
5/16/2011 5:14:01 PM
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Hate to say goodbye to Hollywood Nobody
"Goodbye Hollywood Nobody" is the fourth and final installment of the teen/tween series written by Lisa Samson and I for one really hate to see this one end. I have read three out of the four books in this series, I somehow missed book three, but it really didn't take away from this book because the author does a fantastic job of giving us enough information which caught me up with the new characters.
In this installment, Scotty isn't traveling around in an RV instead she is with her dad, and they are searching for Scotty's mother. Charlie, the grandmother that always traveled with Scotty is out of the country, taking a vacation with her boyfriend. Since this is the final book in the series many questions are answered, and while I hated to see the book end, I found the ending wrapped up the loose ends perfectly.
In this book Scotty has definitely matured. I think that the time both girls (Scotty and Karissa) spent working at the children's home in Kentucky really was a positive experience for them. I liked that this book veered away from the Hollywood theme in earlier books and instead focused more on the characters relationships.By the end of the story I felt as if Scotty had finally realized what was most important in life.
A great series with a positive message that I would easily recommend to teens, but honestly I think girls of any age from the teen scene on up would enjoy reading about Scotty's interesting journey.
A complimentary copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
5/9/2011 6:47:14 PM