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Transcript: Other Books to Read Allison told the model company that she was quitting the modeling competition to save her families secret, and she tells the devil that she likes herself the way she is and that she wants her cellphone back and doesn't want to be gorgeous. Allison's phone is possessed and is getting her in a lot of trouble at school, and at home because it is sending things she wanted to send to certain people, and making noises when it is turned off. Her mom also lost her job and her family is in danger of it being told to the world because of Allison. Plot Main Characters The antagonist of the story is the Devil I know this because he tricked Allison and got her into a lot of trouble. My Thoughts on the Book Tone The point-of-view the story is in is first person. I know this because Allison was always referring to herself as I. The author wanted the reader to feel what it was like to have BIG problems in your life Protagonist Allison was always jealous of other people and wanted to be gorgeous. One night the devil came into her bedroom and said he would make her gorgeous if she gave him her cellphone. The next day she goes to a modeling tryout with Roxie. Allison gets a callback to be in the final 5 people. She could win but she would have to give away her families secret of troubles. She decides to drop out and save her family and her mom gets her job back and everything goes back to normal. Theme The theme of the book is personal struggles. Other Characters I felt bad for Allison because I wouldn't want to be embarrassed by all the things she went through. I liked the book because it was very intriguing and made me want to keep reading. It also wasn't dull like most other books, and was always in a good spot no mater where I was in the book. Point-of-View Resolution Allison- she thinks very low of herself and doesn't have much confidence in herself Devil- tricks people into his tricks by bribing them Roxie- Allison's new friend who is very daring and does what she wants Book By: Rachel Vail Conflict The protagonist of the story was Allison I know this because the story was told from her perspective and the protagonist is the main character. Gorgeous By: Blaire Lindner Mood Phoebe- Allison's younger sister who has a perfect life Jade- Allison's best friend for years who is very insecure with herself and needs closure by others to feel good. Antagonist The story takes place on the coast of Long Beach, California in the middle of the city. The Book

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Transcript: Becky Randle, the main character, is the narrator throughout the entire book. Becky enhances the story when was with Prince Gregory in the park. She thought that "he was a young guy in love and that love had been taken from him and he didn't understand anything, and he was scared that he never would. His words came out in a yearning whisper and they not only turned me into pieces, they made me love him even more as he asked: "Who are you?"' (p. 271) Paul Rudnick is a novelist, playwright and screenwriter. Some of his screenplays include Addams Family values and In&Out . He's written for Vogue, Entertainment Weekly, Vanity Fair, and The New Yorker. His plays have been produced both on and off Broadway and around the world. Becky Randle is an average eighteen year old with many flaws. She's insecure, shy, and doesn't feel comfortable around guys. She starts out as socially awkward, but as she spends time with Tom and Gregory, she improves and by the end of the book she is confident and proud. She is just like the rest of us by wanting "the biggest life I could possibly get, a life far beyond what East Trawley had to offer" and to fit in. (25) Becky Randle is just an ordinary eighteen year old in East Trawley, Missouri. Once her mother dies, her world has turned around. She is sent to New York City to meet the one and only Tom Kelly, a world renown fashion designer. Tom Kelly promises Becky that he can make three dresses that can turn her from a ordinary girl into the World's Most Beautiful Woman Who Ever Lived. Throughout the book, Becky sees how beauty and fame affects her life and how she can change the world. Becky Randle lived in a small town called East Trawley. It was a small town that no one really heard of. She then goes to New York City after receiving a call to go see Tom Kelly. She makes appearances, and eventually catches everyone's eye. This eventually leads her to go around the world to film movies, and meet the prince of England. If Becky's journey were to happen somewhere else and at any other time, it would still work. If this took place in Paris in 1920, her life would perfectly fit in. Paris is the place where most people think of fashion and love, and the 1920s were the time for fashion. Her journey taking place in New York City makes her story make sense. New York is known for it's sense of fashion. Tom promises Becky that he'll " make you three dresses.... And if you wear these dresses, you'll become the most beautiful women on earth." Paul Rudnick uses suspense throughout the entire book to catch his reader's attention. Becky received a phone call from her mom and "before I could say anything, she was gone forever. But I knew that I'd been so lucky to have a mom like her, and I also knew that wherever she and Tom were hanging out, the cell phone service was incredible." This leaves us thinking about where her mom is and what will happen next. Narration Fiction By Paul Rudnick Scholastic Press 2013 Everyday teenagers struggle with their outer appearance as they try to fit in. They get insecure about things, and want to improve just so they feel like they belong. This is what Becky is going through. She struggles with her weight and her appearance such as "grudgingly unshaped eyebrows." As she meets Tom Kelly, all that changes. He helps her become more confident. For those who are interested in these types of books, the ending would be somewhat predictable. For those who aren't, they are in for a surprise. This book was a great book. I loved it. This is a book you should read. Overall, Becky teaches us that beauty on the outside isn't all that important. We should look at the beauty within, and we can be happy. It's what's on the inside that counts. Prince Gregory was teaching us this when he was talking to Becky. He was explaining to her that he "knew that there was something else, or as things turned out, someone else lurking beneath that flawless exterior. And after you and I spoke... something clicked. Something became clear. Because as I thought about it I realized - you're Rebecca's soul." Rating and Final Comments Kayla Walters 2nd hour 12/4/14 Gorgeous All About Paul Rudnick

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