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Sometimes when I watch you on TV, I feel as if you’re talking just to me and it makes me feel less alone. I know you probably get loads and loads of fan mail but I wanted to ask you – could we be e-mates?
Georgie Harris feels as if the summer holidays are over before they’ve even begun. Banned from drama workshop by her bullying stepdad and increasingly fragile mum, she’s doomed to six long weeks of looking after her kid sister. So she emails the one person she thinks might understand; Dylan Curtland, star of the soap opera Jessop Close. And when Dylan starts emailing back, Georgie finally feels a tiny spark of hope. At last she has someone who really gets her, someone who really wants to help. Could this first crush lead to a real friendship – and a dream come true?
“Tender, quirky and cool. Siobhan Curham is a name to watch.” Cathy Cassidy
“An absorbing, moving novel… I’m still thinking about the characters so much I want check on them.” Chicklish
April 2nd, 2012
AR book level: 5.7; Upper years; 10.0 points