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Price of Admission ➽ [Download] ✤ Price of Admission By Leslie Margolis ➲ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Money Talks Secrets Walk Jasmine Green is the daughter of a major Hollywood studio head She lives the kind of life that makes people salivate while hating her bottomless bank account, vintage car, man Money Talks Secrets Walk Jasmine Green is the daughter of a major Hollywood studio head She lives the kind of life that makes people salivate while hating her bottomless bank account, vintage car, mansion, and birthday parties that end up splashed across the pages of People magazineBut Price of ePUB í even fabulously wealthy girls and their family and friends have skeletons in their walk in closets Just to clear her head, Jasmine anonymously writes a thinly veiled expose about her life in the form of a screenplay But when the script is bought by her own father s studio, suddenly this juicy read is the talk of the town, and on the fast track to being green litJasmine knows she has to do whatever it takes to stop her family s dirty laundry from becoming the next box office smash But she s up against one persistent tabloid reporter who s making it very, very difficult to keep her secrets.


10 thoughts on “Price of Admission

  1. Nancy Nancy says:

    It s good to pick up a refreshing read after my last encounter with a disappointing book, and this book is exactly the former Price of Admission is about Jasmine Green, the daughter of a well known movie producer Marvin Green and how a screenplay she wrote about her life with a few changing of names was almost turned into the next hit movie It starts with the present with Jasmine s point of view, with her going to Austin s funeral and meeting the characters one by one And when the big annou It s good to pick up a refreshing read after my last encounter with a disappointing book, and this book is exactly the former Price of Admission is about Jasmine Green, the daughter of a well known movie producer Marvin Green and how a screenplay she wrote about her life with a few changing of names was almost turned into the next hit movie It starts with the present with Jasmine s point of view, with her going to Austin s funeral and meeting the characters one by one And when the big announcement hits, the next chapter is one scene from Jasmine s screenplay It s even written in that format, and even though I ve seen a similar novel like this before Susan Juby s Alice series I knew the book was off to a good start I liked the easy flow of the novel It s not written in baby language but it s not too sophisticated that it wouldn t have suited the character of Jasmine From the very beginning, I got the sense that Jasmine wouldn t change that much throughout the story, and I was kind of right I understand that the main point is that she ll face her fears and confess, but it kind of drags out and makes the character development less noticeable She s constantly complaining and feeling guilty, and though that s supposed to be realistic, I just didn t think it was necessary On the other hand, the screenplay the author incorporated was a big thumbs up Most authors like to give a brief summary of what happened in the past, but Leslie Margolis took it a step forward and actually went back to what happened, giving dialogue and everything that made readers imagine exactly what happened and how it happened That s muchinteresting than reading, say Last year, I walked in on my boyfriend, and found out he was cheating on me with a girl whom he d met at the bar You can also find a bit of humor here and there as well The thing about the storyline that stood out to me was the character of Jasmine While every other author likes to write about the fabulous life of the rich and famous like Zoey Dean, Cecily von Ziegesar, etc this author didn t use the clich d twist Jasmine might be rich, her father might be well known, but there s tweaks here and there that makes itrelatable Like the stepmothers She s on her eighth stepmother, and she finds out that Jett her brother and Ginger Step mom 8 are cheating behind her father s back Disgusting, yes A twist, yup


  2. Jennifer Wardrip Jennifer Wardrip says:

    Reviewed by Amber Gibson for TeensReadToo.comPRICE OF ADMISSION is a glimpse into the privileged Hollywood lifestyle that Jasmine Green was born into Her father is the head of EggBrite, a huge Hollywood studio He caresabout the success of his films than his children and he s constantly marrying women half his age Sounds like an average Hollywood family, right But what celebrity family would be complete without a little bit of scandal The Green family has its fair share of secrets and Reviewed by Amber Gibson for TeensReadToo.comPRICE OF ADMISSION is a glimpse into the privileged Hollywood lifestyle that Jasmine Green was born into Her father is the head of EggBrite, a huge Hollywood studio He caresabout the success of his films than his children and he s constantly marrying women half his age Sounds like an average Hollywood family, right But what celebrity family would be complete without a little bit of scandal The Green family has its fair share of secrets and drama But they ve managed to keep it all hush hush, even from each other At least that was the case before Jasmine s diary in the form of a screenplay is purchased by her father s studio Nobody even considers that Jasmine wrote the screenplay They all assume that Austin, Jasmine s recently deceased ex boyfriend drug overdose, of course , penned the brilliant screenplay Everybody in Hollywood is talking about it, and it s only a matter of time before somebody will discover that this screenplay isn t really a work of fiction Jasmine is willing to do whatever it takes to stop her family s secrets from becoming the next big scandal to rock Hollywood But Jasmine s job is going to be a lot harder than it sounds, especially with sneaky reporter Barry Wentworth doing his best to uncover the truth about the Greens For anyone who salivates over the latest celebrity gossip and can t put down their latest issue of US Weekly, PRICE OF ADMISSION is a must read Leslie Margolis writes a fast paced story with jaw dropping surprises that will keep you wantingThis is a perfect light and playful novel to read on the plane to your Ixtapa beach resort While some of the characters could use a littledepth, Margolis plays off her characters to create a lighthearted Hollywood satire


  3. Erin Erin says:

    I told myself that if I wrote down all of the events, and what everyone said and did, then it would start to make sense By transforming myself and everyone I knew into characters reciting lines, I could sit back and watch, figure out where I went wrong and how to make it all better Jasmine is one of those characters that you will almost instantly dislike theyou get to know about her Not only is she an entitled character, she s also a cheater who until it s pointed out doesn t realize sI told myself that if I wrote down all of the events, and what everyone said and did, then it would start to make sense By transforming myself and everyone I knew into characters reciting lines, I could sit back and watch, figure out where I went wrong and how to make it all better Jasmine is one of those characters that you will almost instantly dislike theyou get to know about her Not only is she an entitled character, she s also a cheater who until it s pointed out doesn t realize she s just as bad as the other people in her family that she s constantly annoyed with Once she does realize this she seems to have a breakdown of sorts and really can t seem to handle things.Add on to that that she s apparently too afraid to talk to her dad about the script actually being her diary meaning everything that s in it is mostly real.Overall I was really disappointed in this book The only character I ended up liking was Duke because he just told her how it was, and eventually got tired of her crap and said enough Jasmine finally does do the right thing, but it s only after she is found out by someone that she does it I did like how she finally got the paparazzi guy to back off.I think I m gonna take a break now from the early 2000 s reads and go back tocurrent ones.Blog Twitter Instagram Facebook


  4. Nanci Booher Nanci Booher says:

    This book has sat on my shelf for probably 2 years I purchased it at a used book store I needed a lightweight book to take with me on my errands, and I am glad I picked it up It isn t just some story about spoiled rich Hollywood kids Its the story of a dysfunctional family and the fallout from having the daughter write about her life in script format, only to get mistaken for someone else s screenplay That screen play gets sold to none other than her father s production company The father This book has sat on my shelf for probably 2 years I purchased it at a used book store I needed a lightweight book to take with me on my errands, and I am glad I picked it up It isn t just some story about spoiled rich Hollywood kids Its the story of a dysfunctional family and the fallout from having the daughter write about her life in script format, only to get mistaken for someone else s screenplay That screen play gets sold to none other than her father s production company The father of the story switches wivesoften than should be legal, most of the time being unfaithful to the current wife I found myself wishing for this family to pull out of their rut and start to enjoy the company of one another


  5. Sandra Sandra says:

    Jasmine Green has everything girls wish to have Her father is a producer and she has access to the celebrity lifestyle To outsiders, she seems to be living a good life, but she is still a human being that goes through what ordinary teenagers go through Yes, she has money, cars, pretty dresses, but those don t seem to be the most important to her She d rather have a real family where her father can spend some time with her Because of this, she writes a screenplay about her life and her famil Jasmine Green has everything girls wish to have Her father is a producer and she has access to the celebrity lifestyle To outsiders, she seems to be living a good life, but she is still a human being that goes through what ordinary teenagers go through Yes, she has money, cars, pretty dresses, but those don t seem to be the most important to her She d rather have a real family where her father can spend some time with her Because of this, she writes a screenplay about her life and her family s affairs and she regrets it when she finds out her father s company bought it There are a lot of twist and turns I like this book


  6. Janelle Janelle says:

    I actually really enjoyed this book The back didn t make the book sound to appealing, but it was actually really good I loved how you actually got to read the screen play, and it was actually pretty good I could see myself watching the movie haha Jasmine was a likeable character, and I fell in love with her gay best friend Duke The one and only thing that I didn t enjoy about the book was that there was really no plot at all It was just her trying to get her screenplay back But I was so e I actually really enjoyed this book The back didn t make the book sound to appealing, but it was actually really good I loved how you actually got to read the screen play, and it was actually pretty good I could see myself watching the movie haha Jasmine was a likeable character, and I fell in love with her gay best friend Duke The one and only thing that I didn t enjoy about the book was that there was really no plot at all It was just her trying to get her screenplay back But I was so engrossed in the screenplay and how she would solve it that I didn t really care


  7. Nick Duretta Nick Duretta says:

    Even though I m giving this two stars, it turned out better than I expected It smacks of a vanity effort, yet Margolis can actually write, and she takes a weak YA story that takes aim at an easy target the shallowness of Hollywood show business parents and offspring and manages to actually get you to care about the characters before the finish That came as a surprise to me


  8. Sabrinne Sabrinne says:

    I loved the book Couldn t put it down


  9. Karen Karen says:

    i liked it, but the chick needs 2 stop freaking out and just tell someone about the script and not hurt confuse everyone


  10. Victoria Victoria says:

    i really enjoyed reading this book D


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