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Lizzie Miller, the witty East Coast girl clinging for dear life to the bottom rung of the Hollywood ladder, has been promoted. As first assistant, Lizzie is now learning the ins and outs of the business - but she vows not to be wooed by the glamour.
©2006 Clare Naylor and Mimi Hare; (P)2007 BBC Audiobooks Ltd

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  • Hazel
  • Espoo, Finland
  • 03-05-14

Where is the next one?

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 Laurel 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.

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  • Andrea
  • Linz, Austria
  • 02-25-08

entertaining

Like this one even a bit better than the first book!

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  • Betina
  • 03-30-09

Lovely

I thought it was a lovely story. It's really easy to listen to, you don't need much brain activity to keep up with the story. Some of the chapters made me laugh out loud, really nice.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-29-12

better than "the second assistant"

Less swearing than the first book (yes, I know that's the real world but then why read fiction?). The narration's great and the oscar scene had me in fits. More please.