Gorgeous (Paul Rudnick). Gorgeous. SUMMARY: Inner beauty wants out. When eighteen-year-old Becky Randle’s mother dies, she’s. When Becky Randle’s mother dies, Becky is whisked from her trailer park home to New York. There she meets Tom Kelly, the world’s top designer, who presents . Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Gr 9 Up-An unsuspecting teen goes from a : Gorgeous eBook: Paul Rudnick: Kindle Store.
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Not an uggabug, mind you, but nothing special either. Rudnick, you plotted this book out, you should know at least a little. But then her mom dies, and Becky is left rudderless. I just made the decision.
Spoilers ahead and I want to say I haven’t enjoyed a book so very much in such a long time. My favorite part was when she figures out who she really oaul and then Prince Gregory The muttered snide comments are witty and biting, while the professions of love are sweetly clumsy.
I think about the 18 year old me, who finally put on make up and a nice dress turned to the mirror and just saw me staring back. But to love her back, Gregory would have to look past the blinding Rebecca to rudnickk the real girl inside. Best scene in story: It’s still nothing amazing, but I enjoyed it. Being pretty or being herself. Rudnick wrote the film reviews for Premiere under the name of Libby Gelman-Waxner.
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Those few lines were so honest and lovely and right that they nearly required a moment of silence. Gorgeous is an excellent example of just how far down the urdnick we have come. I am twenty-four years old, so these kinds of books do not effect me. It was actually quite refreshing to simply acknowledge and accept, instead of grappling with a pseudo-explanation as to how these bizarre things were taking place.
Becky starts to slip away and Rebecca starts to emerge. And it wasn’t like sugar, which is actively bad for you.
Gorgeous by Paul Rudnick
No, it’s not satire. If this is going to teach self-involved girls about social responsibility, more power etc.
She knows she doesn’t belong there, even though she’s inhabiting the body of the most beautiful woman in the world. It reminded me a bit of Meg Cabot’s Airhead. I loved the satire in the narration, it made it so you couldn’t make it through a paragraph without smiling.
Gorgeous by Paul Rudnick
Which it failed epically on. He makes her an impossible offer: And what are the repercussions? Having nothing to lose, she agrees to give it rudnlck shot. The characters were hilarious and lovable, the romance was endearing and the plot had a unique twist. Rudnick is an American playwright, screenwriter and novelist. Well, it’s insanely w condensed from gorgfous review, posted at USA Today’s HEA blog It was the cover art that first drew me in, but when I read the book description for Gorgeous by Paul Rudnick and realized it was a pal fairy tale with a twist, I simply had to have it.
She’s flawed, but she’s brave. Much like the rest of the book. There was never a point where I wasn’t interested in what was going on. It’s just a spot-on caricature of a teenage super-fan, and it’s brilliant.
And this is gprgeous two chapters in?? Aug 12, Joel rated it it was ok. That’s how Becky describes herself which to me is ridiculous. And then Cartberlake comes out with his declaration, view spoiler [“I’m gay,” hide spoiler ] and I loved every minute that followed.