Fifteen-year-old Wonder Blake and her family are trying to recover from the death of Wonder’s older sister Lucky, who was about to sign a major record deal when she died. When Lucky’s talent manager runs into Wonder at the Dairy Queen where she works, her life takes a dramatic turn–suddenly, despite her own ambivalence, she is the one signing the record deal. Transformed into a teen idol and thrust into the spotlight, Wonder learns what it takes to be a star–and also what it costs. The new world she has entered will leave her forever changed.
From the Compact Disc edition.
About Rachel Cohn
People often ask me why I decided to become a writer, and my answer is simple: I became a writer because I had to do something with all the voices in my head, or I’d go crazy. Fiction writing seemed… More about Rachel Cohn