Sarah Strohmeyer [(How Zoe Made Her Dreams (Mostly) Come True)] [By (author) Sarah Strohmeyer] published on (July, 2013)

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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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    [(How Zoe Made Her Dreams (Mostly) Come True)] [By (author) Sarah Strohmeyer] published on (July, 2013)
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    Laralarry

    13. March 2016 um 13:32

    Inhalt: From Sarah Strohmeyer, author of Smart Girls Get What They Want, comes this romantic comedy about one girl's summer job from hell. Think The Devil Wears Prada set in Disney World. When cousins Zoe and Jess land summer internships at the Fairyland Kingdom theme park, they are sure they've hit the jackpot. With perks like hot Abercrombie-like Prince Charmings and a chance to win the coveted $25,000 Dream & Do grant, what more could a girl want? Once Zoe arrives, however, she's assigned to serve "The Queen"-Fairyland's boss from hell. From spoon-feeding her evil lapdog caviar, to fetching midnight sleeping tonics, Zoe fears she might not have what it takes to survive the summer, much less win the money. Soon backstabbing interns, a runaway Cinderella, and cutthroat competition make Zoe's job more like a nightmare than a fairy tale. What will happen when Zoe is forced to choose between serving The Queen and saving the prince of her dreams? Rezension: Dieser Roman hat mich sehr an die Schauspieler des Disneylands erinnert, welche auch verkleidet als Disneycharaktere dort arbeiten. Als Kind hat mich das immer sehr fasziniert, dass ich dort mit Cinderella und Peter Pan reden konnte, also habe ich mich demnach sehr auf dieses Buch gefreut. Die Protagonistin arbeitet ebenfalls in solch einem Park, übernimmt zwar keine Prinzessinnenrolle, sondern eher administrative Aufgaben, nichtsdestotrotz ist das Leben solch eines Schauspielers Thema dieses Buches. Das Buch hat durchaus seine guten Momente, ist aber insgesamt zu langweilig. Die Spannung befindet sich konstant auf einem mittleren Niveau, steigt nicht an, sinkt aber auch nicht. Fazit: Es gibt wenig Schlechtes anzumerken, aber leider sind die positiven Aspekte nichts Besonderes.

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