Publisher : HarperCollins
Pages : 293
Price : US$12 (IDR 125k)
Rating : 9/10
The romances are delicious. You mention it, Carmen-Luke "looooveeerr" faketionship (a.k.a fake relationship), Drew-Kate crush, Gaby and her douche bag boyfriend Jay, and the most surprising one is Madison (with who? can't spoil). I never like Madison from the first place (since L.A Candy to be sure), but LC drastically creates 'the new madison' in this book and I begin to love her; it's intriguing to finally see Madison's soft side and she's sweet! I love her now. As for the other three, well, they're more like sprinkles to Madison's cupcake. They got their own drama of course, but theirs weren't memorable as Madison's.
This book, unlike the previous one, The Fame Game, really presents the reality of fame itself; it's a bitch. I sense LC's intention to (somehow) quip the reality of reality show and the real world behind Hollywood's glitz and glamorous. She keeps the plot steady, thrilling, with little surprises and birdie flirtations. And of course, it's typical LC to present big question mark at the very shocking end.
Starstruck is a serious page turner. I enjoyed every events presented in the book. I love the characters, I love the drama, I love the cockyness, all works so well, LC's style. Bottom line, this probably the best piece LC's ever made and I do recommend you to grab the copy, NOW.