The life of a young woman in Hollywood - how could that be interesting to the rest of the world? Well it isn't, but the story is funny and as time kil..Show More »ler between late night flights it works. Of course she meets with very unsavory people (this is Hollywood, rememeber), but there is a sweet ending (not very likely to happen in real life, though). You can picture this story as a typical Hollywood film comedy starring Drew Barrymore (in fact, that might have been the reason for its coming into existence).
After just finishing The Second Assistant I felt the need to find out what happened to Lizzie next. I'm so glad as I liked the first, I loved the seco..Show More »nd. It was wittier, had a better pace and the plot was more developed. It's a winner of a summer read - fun, exciting and completely insane.
Since I finished this book a week ago, I don't think my cheeks have still recovered out of all that smiling I did when listening to it. Not only is La..Show More »urel Lefkow my favourite narrator and such a talent, the story is truly funny. After Second Assistant, I was on the fence, but this one truly tipped the scales. Please, please, please someone convince Mimi and Clare to co-author another book on Lizzie and Luke.