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Caitlyn Duffy is a private boarding school survivor and the author of The Treadwell Academy Novels, a series about privileged girls in a boarding school setting and the challenges they face. It was Caitlyn's dream to create a series that mixed glamour and celebrity with the real-life problems that kids endure with parents, siblings, dating and heartache. When she's not writing about the girls of Treadwell, she's walking her semi-famous dog Maxim around Park Slope, Brooklyn and drinking too much coffee.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 318 pages
  • Publisher: Lovestruck Literary (July 25, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0983398038
  • ISBN-13: 978-0983398035
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.8 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,301 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #883,021 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Caitlyn Duffy is a private boarding school survivor and the author of The Treadwell Academy Novels, a series about privileged girls in an elite boarding school setting and the challenges they face. The series addresses issues common to teen readers including eating disorders, divorce, grief, heartbreak, first love, drug addiction and disagreements with parents. It was Caitlyn's dream to create a series that mixed glamour and celebrity with the real-life problems that kids endure that could be enjoyed by readers of all ages. Her writing experience includes freelance editing for publishing houses and copywriting in the advertising industry.

- "The Rock Star's Daughter" is Book 1 in the Treadwell Academy Novels.
- "The Believer's Daughter" is Book 2 in the series, and tells the story of Grace, one of Taylor's classmates.
- "The Viscount's Daughter" is Book 3 in the series, and is about Betsey Norfleet, who is introduced in the first book.
- "The Tycoon's Daughter" is Book 4. It's all about Emma J, one Taylor's classmates at Treadwell who models for her famous retailer father's jeans catalog. "The Tycoon's Daughter" is being released in early January, 2014.

Caitlyn's currently working on a spin-off series about Taylor's best friend, Allison Burch, and a sequel to The Rock Star's Daughter, which has been enjoyed by over 1.2 million readers worldwide.
When she's not writing about the girls of Treadwell, she's walking her semi-famous dog Maxim around Park Slope, Brooklyn and drinking too much coffee.

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69 of 73 people found the following review helpful By j t le feuvre on April 29, 2012
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I am obviously not the author's target audience (36 year old mom) but I really really enjoyed this book. The writing was excellent, the story line hooked me in instantly and I devoured it, and was left wanting more. Great book.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Kasey Parrish on March 26, 2012
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This book sucked me in from the beginning. The way that Taylor is practically an adult at 15 and has had to be for a very long time, I really felt for her when her mother died even though she wasn't exactly a paragon of virtue. Taylor really stood out to me because even though she felt like she was floundering and there was nobody she could count on she did her best to stay true to herself. It was written in such a way to make it seem believable and even though this book was filled with flawed characters I felt that there was something in each of them good and redeeming in each of them. I liked that at the end Taylor had to learn to forgive and let herself move forward. She had to learn to be happy with herself and she gained a family in the process.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 13, 2012
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I downloaded this book off of the Top Free 100 list, because it looked like something I could read in the course of a plane ride and I wasn't looking for anything too serious. AND I LOVE FREE BOOKS! I can't stop myself...
I thoroughly enjoyed the character development and the storyline and found myself really invested in what happened by the end of the book. It was an easy read. Personally, I do agree that some of the content is a little bit older than the target audience - as a 24-year-old, I don't mind reading about drinking/partying, drug use, swear words, virginity and sex, etc, but I don't think I would have felt as comfortable with some of the things that Taylor was doing if I had read this book when I was 15. She acts older, and I feel that if the author had made her 17 instead of 15 it would have been a little bit more believable. 3 stars for the entertainment :)
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27 of 33 people found the following review helpful By BookNoodle on April 7, 2012
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Not that I thought the book would be bad or anything but it's a new author for me (which I love) and I usually read "grittier" books or fantasy/sci-fi. This book was amazingly real and surreal at the same time. The main character Taylor was well developed and I really felt for her. I just love the way the author told the story and look forward to reading more of her work.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Joe Flood on June 4, 2012
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As an author myself, I was really curious as to how "adult" young adult fiction could be these days. The answer - a lot! Though the book is aimed at teens, it deals with the loss of a parent, implied sex and drug use, family breakup and more. But it's also a breezy, entertaining read, the type of book you could read over an afternoon. Taylor Beauforte is a 15 year old forced to grow up way too fast after the death of her party girl mother. And she has to do so while on the road with her rock star dad, someone she barely knows. A teenager on the road with a rock band is a terrible place for a kid, and Taylor falls into all sorts of temptations, despite her nerdy nature. She tells her story in The Rock Star's Daughter, a cautionary look at empty fame can be. With its adult themes, you forget it's a YA novel. It's also well-written and offers a lot of insights about the importance of friend and family versus riches and fame.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Cub mom on May 21, 2012
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This book was awesome and a great read. While written from the perspective of a fifteen yr old girl it was a good clean read for adults of all ages. If you have teenagers it is nice to be able to share books and this was perfect. Highly recommend as a gift for teenage girls as it has adult themes with a good outlook. The main character is attempting to come to terms with her mothers death and faces peer issues. I hope my kids think like this when faced with choices. I really enjoyed it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Princess Ducky on November 30, 2013
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I did like this book, although I had a few issues with the main character - Taylor's - age. She was 15 but her thought process seemed older. However, as many kids I know have to grow up fast due to a parent's inablility to be a parent or be around I could make an allowance for that. Sometimes, children of alcoholics or 'partying parents' do have to take on a more mature role than age would suggest, so I get that.

I liked the storyline - girl finally starts establishing a relationship with her father although it was through tragedy. Her mother sounded flighty, and I really cannot believe that the child didn't even know her birth name - perhaps she wasn't as curious as me, but I was searching out my birth certificate when I was 12.

I have seen a lot of the lower rating reviews and have to say this - I think you have unrealistic exceptations of what teens and especially kids on the peripheral of the rock-star lifestyle are exposed to. Yes, these kids would have been served alchol, these kids if they were with older guys (especially 'rockstars') would be served no questions asked. I could and did walk into a store and purchase beer when I was 15, no ID requested, on multiple occasions and if you think that it is not happening in your town you are sadly mistaken. That said, Taylor had an expected attitude towards drinking to excess, and was critical of those who drank to excess - such as her mother and when her father started drinking.

I don't normally read YA but I saw nothing wrong with this story, and did enjoy it. Will I read it again - it's possible. Will I recommend it - to those I think are mature enough to handle it. Will I keep it on my Kindle, yes.
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