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I love Diane Hammond's writing and always want to know her characters in person. After reading Seeing Stars I'm glad I don't have kids that want to work in Hollywood.Published 7 months ago by Torri Cable
a little slow in places, unless you were an actress and then maybe a lot of that stuff would be important to you. But overall a pretty good bookPublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Diane Harmmond writes a very good book. Her material is current her dialogue excellent, settings, discriptions all engaging. The problem here is the way this is written. Read morePublished 13 months ago by jfd213
I really liked a couple of this authors other books but this one was just ok. The story is about kids trying to make it as actors in LA, and there are a few different main... Read morePublished 16 months ago by oliver
I'm sure these tales of youngsters and the circus they go through must be the story of all the kids and their mothers who are trying to "break through" to stardom. Read morePublished 19 months ago by SandraC
Although the writing was somewhat good, I found the story line to be lacking. It's a rather mundane subject of stage mothers pushing their daughters to become stars. Read morePublished 21 months ago by pat
For those of you that have wondered if your child has what it takes to be a Hollywood actor...this is a MUST read. Well written and very frank.Published 22 months ago by Sue-Sea-Que
A world we only see at a distance. Well written with characters we can identify with, even the little dog.Published on November 24, 2013 by Rebecca J. Williams
The book and story held my interest throughout. The book was a bit dark and the charachters less than loveable. Perhaps my favorite character was a Quinn, a young actor. Read morePublished on January 8, 2013 by Bernice Barnett