Introducing Scarlett Lee

Larger-than-life Scarlett is a real drama queen. The trouble is, she sometimes forgets where the acting stops and real life starts! But when her dad disappears, she’s suddenly caught up in a real drama of her own. Will she be able to unravel the mystery and work out just who she can trust – and who is putting on an act?

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    this book is amazing

    4 March 2013

  • Scarlett is a full-on, five-star blockbuster of a drama queen. Wasn’t she named after Scarlett O’ Hara, one of the greatest drama queens ever?

    Scarlett is obsessed with drama and really wants to become a famous actress. At drama club she always has her best friend, Gemma, in a fit of giggles by impersonating the other girls at their Drama Club. But one day, Gemma turns on Scarlett and Scarlett becomes the loneliest person in the world. Well, she has her mum and big sister Cleo to keep her company but… it just isn’t the same.

    Scarlett’s dad is going on a trip in a yacht in the Atlantic Ocean for six weeks! She really misses her dad – they all do. But then dad’s best friend Gerry (the girls call him Uncle Gerry) arrives on the scene and everything changes! It turns out Uncle Gerry is… evil.

    A big drama happens involving the police… and for once Scarlett doesn’t want to be the centre of it all!

    This book was really good, and it was like the book had been written about me! I’m just like Scarlett – I love drama, singing and dancing.

    I give this book 4/5. I was a bit disappointed because when Gemma turned nasty and ignored Scarlett, I was like ‘Oh I can’t wait to get to the end – I want to know why Gemma has turned so nasty!’ but it turned out the book didn’t give any explanation of what happened to Gemma. But luckily that was the only down part of the whole book!

    4 March 2013

  • I borrowed this one from the library its amazing!!!!

    23 September 2012

  • i love this book

    7 March 2012

  • I got this book a few christmases ago, and loved it loads. I thought at first it was a bit over dramatic and just like any other book about a girl and a play, but the twist in the tail is so exciting, it makes you want to read and read until you just can’t read any more. Scarlett Lee is so dramatic, and at first you think she’s a bt of a spoilt girl (or I did anyway) but then you realise she’s just trying to reach out for attention she needs, not wants. I reccomened this book to anyone who wants a girly read, with a real unexpected twist in the tail :D

    3 March 2012

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