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Pop Tart [PDF / Epub] ✅ Pop Tart Author Kira Coplin – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk An eager, aspiring make up artist, Jackie O Reilly has always dreamed of a high profile Hollywood career and now fate has made her fantasy a glittering reality Filling in at the last minute for her bo An eager, aspiring make up artist, Jackie O Reilly has always dreamed of a high profile Hollywood career and now fate has made her fantasy a glittering reality Filling in at the last minute for her boss, Jackie finds herself working with America s newest sweetheart wild and glamorous Brooke Parker, who s on the brink of superstardomJackie s right where she s always wanted to be in the entourage of an it girl, a globe trotting world of private jets, long white limos and all night parties Brooke is fun and real, but also impetuous and unpredictable And when the pop princess begins to unravel, Jackie will have to decide where her true loyalties lie or become a victim of the unrelenting chaos of the twenty four hour media circusA blistering, dazzling, and authentic novel written by two knowledgeable Hollywood insiders, Pop Tart is a high speed roller coaster ride through the treacherous playland of pop culture stardom.

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  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • Pop Tart
  • Kira Coplin
  • English
  • 09 March 2018
  • 0061756946

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10 thoughts on “Pop Tart

  1. Leah Leah says:

    Pop Tart is the debut novel from Kira Coplin and Julianne Kaye From the back cover it sounds like a very interesting read A make up artist, Jackie, is trying to make her way in LA when the chance of a lifetime comes in the form of Brooke Parker, a rising star They form a firm friendship and Brooke brings Jackie into the life of the rich and famous Until Brooke starts to rebel The cover is gorgeous and the blurb makes the book sounds like a must read Also after posting the cover and blurb on Pop Tart is the debut novel from Kira Coplin and Julianne Kaye From the back cover it sounds like a very interesting read A make up artist, Jackie, is trying to make her way in LA when the chance of a lifetime comes in the form of Brooke Parker, a rising star They form a firm friendship and Brooke brings Jackie into the life of the rich and famous Until Brooke starts to rebel The cover is gorgeous and the blurb makes the book sounds like a must read Also after posting the cover and blurb on the site we got quite a few comments saying how fabulous the novel was.Unfortunately I m currently struggling to finish the novel I m almost half way through and nothing of note has really happened I will carry on for the sake of my review but I have to say it may well take a while unless I just read it to get it over with which sounds like a good prospect to me right now.It s a shame that the novel isn t living up to the hype as the premise of the story makes it sound like an incredible read and one which, while ficticious, will go behind the scenes of what really goes on with a young, famous person I thought it was going to be a female, younger ish version of Johnny Be Good by Paige Toon but it is nowhere as close to JBG.On the back cover of the novel it says Brooke Parker is 16 However on page 58 a newscaster reports that Brooke is just 18 years old That is a huge error to slip through the editing process I have to say And a pretty basic one at that.I think the first person style of the novel is all wrong For a novel with two female characters that are the core of the novel it would have been better written in third person so we could get Brooke s perspective rather than just Jackie s.Not only that but who on earth uses the word beat to describe something that s cool I have never read that word being used anywhere.I just can t get over how much I dislike this novel The pace is a snail s one and I know I m not even half way through but it s just so difficult to keep reading something this bad I skim read the last half of the book and I have to say I didn t miss much.The book is repetitive, cliched to the maximum and Brooke is like a younger version of the now Britney Spears who had a meltdown.Overall the novel could have been so muchThe blurb on the back made it sound like a must read until you actually started reading the novel A very, very poor offering on what was a well raved about novel.I hate writing bad reviews but I can t lie if I hated a novel and unfortunately I hated Pop Tart Read it at your own peril Rating 1 5

  2. Patrick Neylan Patrick Neylan says:

    This is a story of shallow, empty, plastic people in a shallow, empty, plastic world So it s no real surprise that the book itself is shallow, empty and plastic littlethan a fictionalised description of celebrity lifestyle.In Pop Tart, characters come and go, eachghastly than the last and none of them with any depth to make the reader care two hoots what happens to them.Kira Coplin who I presume is the chief writer seems to assume that, since everyone knows who these people are This is a story of shallow, empty, plastic people in a shallow, empty, plastic world So it s no real surprise that the book itself is shallow, empty and plastic littlethan a fictionalised description of celebrity lifestyle.In Pop Tart, characters come and go, eachghastly than the last and none of them with any depth to make the reader care two hoots what happens to them.Kira Coplin who I presume is the chief writer seems to assume that, since everyone knows who these people are REALLY supposed to be, she doesn t have to develop her characters But tragedy requires something important to have been destroyed or potential wasted and Brit sorry, Brooke is such an empty vessel that her collapse only inspires indifference.Nor does it make much sense because the writing is so weak Coplin is a journalist and her style doesn t go beyond the 2000 word celebrity write up, where the readers are assumed to know about the characters and the story already By the end of the book, when some emotional depth was needed, I almost felt sorry for her as she grasped at platitudes to rescue her floundering prose I don t like to be harsh, but these authors cannot write fiction and shouldn t try again.Like a real pop tart, this book is unpleasantly sticky and unsatisfying But if you like junk food literature, ignore my one star and gorge yourself But it ll make you fat

  3. Richmond Richmond says:

    Was not too into this novel, which in spite of its many inside baseball references to teen pop idols very closely resembling the Jonas Brothers and Britney Spears names are changed in the book to avoid lawsuits, I m guessing , isn t too juicy or relavatory about why celebs have such messed up lives.

  4. Beth Beth says:

    Unmemorable The best parts of the book are the quotes before each chapter.

  5. Clare Clare says:

    I know it s not really a good review considering I read 4 chapters, but 4 chapters was seriously enough.

  6. CB CB says:

    Like the eponymous toaster pastry, POP TART is full of empty calories and no discernible nutritional value, but if you are in the mood for a brainless read I ve certainly read worse.POP TART is a barely veiled roman a clef about Britney Spears Here, Britney is called Brooke get it They both start with B , while Justin Timberlake is Jesse ooh Starts with J The authors leave off their naming device when it comes to Christina Aguilera, choosing instead a character names that rhymes J Like the eponymous toaster pastry, POP TART is full of empty calories and no discernible nutritional value, but if you are in the mood for a brainless read I ve certainly read worse.POP TART is a barely veiled roman a clef about Britney Spears Here, Britney is called Brooke get it They both start with B , while Justin Timberlake is Jesse ooh Starts with J The authors leave off their naming device when it comes to Christina Aguilera, choosing instead a character names that rhymes Jessica Radar Meanwhile, read Fred Durst for Lou Jersey, and Paris Hilton for Alexis Young.The book told through the first person viewpoint of Jackie, an aspiring well, we re not quite sure to what she aspires other than to be an LA someone She drifts into makeup because it s there, and it is as a make up artist that she is hired to be part of Brit I mean, Brooke s team during her first tour, backing up a barely disguised N SYNC Brooke and Jackie become fast friends, primarily, it seems, because Brooke has no other females around her age in her proximity Jackie does like Brooke s unspoiled demeanor and refreshing candor, but as this is a rise to stardom book, Brooke doesn t stay unspoiled for long.The problems with the book are A Britney Spears life truly is a case of real life eclipsing what suspension of disbelief allows in fiction Thus, any attempt to fictionalize her life pales when next to the real world pop star.and B Jackie is very amorphous We don t know what she wants and her ultimate career choice comes out of left field The authors have a bad case of not wanting to make their heroine look TOO bad, and thus don t go far enough either on the temptation or resistance to temptation side Ultimately, it is this lack of a strong narrator that makes the book ultimately forgettable.POP TART is a good beach read, but don t expect the contents to stay with you forthan an hour and so And if eaten too quickly too often, runs the risk of increasing brain flab

  7. Hannah Hannah says:

    Pop tart was a rare book to me, it was book I could not finish I was unable to finish it for the simple reason that when I added this to my tbr a good 4 years ago it would have been the perfect book for me I was determined to one day get round to the book and the day finally came and I realised that my reading style and taste has changed dramatically I think I would have fully loved this book 4 years ago, but today it was a little too dramatic for my liking The plot follows a budding make up Pop tart was a rare book to me, it was book I could not finish I was unable to finish it for the simple reason that when I added this to my tbr a good 4 years ago it would have been the perfect book for me I was determined to one day get round to the book and the day finally came and I realised that my reading style and taste has changed dramatically I think I would have fully loved this book 4 years ago, but today it was a little too dramatic for my liking The plot follows a budding make up artist when on her first day on a set the star she is working on decides that she loves her look and wants her to be her artist This is where my first problem lay where everything felt a little too lucky and it just didn t feel realistic I also thought the star was to dramatic and I just couldn t enjoy reading her I did however find the protagonist to be a good insight into this crazy world and did enjoy her perspective but it wasn t enough to compel me to reach the end of the novel

  8. Jolene Jolene says:

    A bit too cliched but it s a simple read

  9. Allison Dogaer Allison Dogaer says:

    A fun read with a look into the ultra famous.

  10. Sophie Sophie says:

    Originally posted on Soph ReviewsKira Coplin and Julianne Kaye s novel Pop Tart is the story of an aspiring makeup artist, Jackie O Reilly, who befriends a rising young pop star, Brooke Parker, after a one off job as her makeup artist The story follows Jackie and Brooke through the highs and lows of their new found fame and the love, heartache, friendships and fallouts that come along with it.Although on the surface this appears to be nothingthan a story of a newly famous pop star and her Originally posted on Soph ReviewsKira Coplin and Julianne Kaye s novel Pop Tart is the story of an aspiring makeup artist, Jackie O Reilly, who befriends a rising young pop star, Brooke Parker, after a one off job as her makeup artist The story follows Jackie and Brooke through the highs and lows of their new found fame and the love, heartache, friendships and fallouts that come along with it.Although on the surface this appears to be nothingthan a story of a newly famous pop star and her tag a long makeup artist discovering the problems of the paparazzi, beneath the superficial Hollywood story are some real life lessons and relatable circumstances It was those life lessons, and the way they were so seamlessly slipped into the story, that made me like this book.It terms of the story, I have read better It was very repetitive and I felt as though I was simply reading about party after party, concert after concert, boy after boy However, the characters were, for me, what made the story The relationship between Jackie and Brooke, although at times slightly strange, was heart warming The way their relationship was written made me genuinely feel for both characters through the good and bad.I was not greatly impressed by the way the romantic relationships were portrayed throughout the book While Brooke and Jesse s breakup should have been, I feel, a hard hitting, emotional moment, I was rather unaffected by it I did not feel that their relationship had been explored and built up enough before being torn down.Another disappointment was the ending I felt as though the story was leading to a great climax but instead seemed to build up before fizzling out It seemed as though parts of the story and relationships between characters were not so much tied up neatly but rather came to a confusing, abrupt and messy end.Overall, I was not a huge fan of the basic story of the book but the characters, life lessons and relatable circumstances made it an enjoyable read It wasof an easy, beach read than anything else so I would recommend it if you are not looking for anything too complex or hard to follow PS Another old review, new ones coming soon

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