Recommended byPublishers Weekly
Like Meg Cabot, Sarah Strohmeyer has a gift for creating smart, funny girls teen readers love. She’s done it again with Zoe, heroine of her latest romcom.
In YA novel How Zoe Made Her Dreams (Mostly) Come True, Zoe learns there is a dark core under the glittering façade of the fairy-tale themed amusement park (cough, Disneyland, cough) where she’s a summer intern. For starters, her boss has a blacker heart than Snow White’s stepmother, and the other interns are worse backstabbers than Cinderella’s step-sisters.
On the upside, she has the chance of romance with a real-life Prince Charming, and a shot at winning a big heap of cash. If she can just live through a summer in the Fairyland Kingdom.
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...Strohmeyer's...humorous details about the park itself......provide a lively, unconventional backdrop as Zoe's emotional wounds slowly begin to heal.Read Full Review of How Zoe Made Her Dreams (Most... | See more reviews from Publishers Weekly
The narrative, always hard to follow, ends in a madcap maelstrom of conflicting interests, improbable revelations and multiple personality changes...Read Full Review of How Zoe Made Her Dreams (Most... | See more reviews from Kirkus
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