After the Break - Penny Smith Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007315287 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Penny Smith / Paperback / 328 Pages / Book is published 2009-06-25 by Fourth Estate Ltd
Newest Review: ... restarted or will she be shown in such a bad light she looses everything? The story was a follow on from the first book with ... more
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Former Tv star Katie fisher makes a welcome return in this fun, a ...
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by - written on 06/03/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
After reading and quite enjoying the first book by Penny Smith I decided to give the second one a go, what a big mistake and I have to confess I was not able to finish it as it bored me to tears. The story is about Kate who from the first book got sacked from her morning television presenter show and then finally managed to get some work for a new company. In this book we have her out of work and running out of money so when given the opportunity to appear on a reality show she jumps at the chance as she needs the money ad hopes her career may be restarted off the back of it. She goes to the small log cabin with the fellow contestants and soon finds her feet and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/09 (Very useful, 217 readings)
Katie Fisher has been finding life a bit boring since she lost her presenting job on Hello Britain!. Sure, she's got new boyfriend Adam to keep her days filled, but the TV work is drying up and Katie is worried about losing public interest. When the latest celeb reality show Celebrity X-Treme comes knocking, Katie decides to take it against the advice of all around her. She thinks she'll be fine in with a Page 3 model, a comedian, and an ex-soap actor but she isn't counting on behind-the-scenes skullduggery. Will the big paycheck and recognition be worth the embarassment and ridicule Katie is bound to suffer over in Norway for her trouble? Or is "Celebrity ... Read the complete review
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