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Girls on Film (novel)

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Country  United States
Publication date  2004
ISBN  978-0-316-73475-2
Author  Zoey Dean
Preceded by  The A-List
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Series  The A-List
Pages  256
Originally published  2004
Page count  256
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Publisher  Poppy imprint at Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Characters  Adam Flood, Delia Young, Camilla Sheppard, Ben Birnbaum, Samantha Sharpe, Anna Percy
Genres  Young adult fiction, Chick lit
Similar  Zoey Dean books, The A-List books, Other books

Girls on Film is the second novel in the A-List series by Zoey Dean. It was published in April 2004 through the Poppy imprint at Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.

Plot summary

“Ben, you don’t have to be anything or do anything for me. Not ballons, not roses, not phone calls. Nothing” Anna couldn’t bare to see Ben go but she knew it was right for her. She did only have her heart shattered and then stepped on all by Ben. Anna didn’t know what to do, she had to change from staring into Ben’s beautiful eyes to looking at Adams blue star tattoo.

Adam was at the wedding with Anna, Ben, Cammie, Dee and Sam. Adam fell in love with Anna at first sight but Anna was with Ben. Cammie, Dee, and Sam were “best friends” but never seemed to tell each other anything about their personal lives and their plans. Cammie who is queen bee with her gorgeous strawberry blonde hair and lovely body shape, couldn’t quite win Ben back, Ben wanted Anna.

When Ben and Anna see each other on the boardwalk, Anna is with Adam, Ben is with his cousin who he pretends is his girlfriend to make Anna jealous. But Ben felt like a loser with a broken heart.

Anna is able to score another internship but its in the afternoon after school which means she will still have to go to senior year. Susan, Anna’s sister is fresh out of rehab and sober. But we will see how long that lasts. Susan is Susan.

Sam and Anna become partners for a school project and head out to the V’s to do some filming. Anna calls up Ben saying she is no longer seeing Adam, except she calls from the Hotel Phone. So Ben heads up to the V’s to try and win Anna back. But it doesn’t happen.

Anna is assigned to be Brock Franklin, a writer from New Yorks, friend at the Party. When Anna loses Brock she finds Susan intoxicated with Cammie, and Anna made sure Cammie knew about Susan. Sam saved the day and gave Anna and Susan a ride home without making a big deal. And on Annas way out she finds her boss, Margaret, with Brock who also seems to have a drinking problem.

When Anna is to return to work on Monday, she has to face Margaret. Not to mention Cammies dad is the head of the company Annas internship is with, Apex. When Anna is shocked that she still has the job, it means that Margaret is dead to Anna meaning they are not to talk to each other or interact with each other.

Sam offers a small getaway to Santa Barbara. When Anna goes for a small run on the beach Ben catches up to her to tell her the truth about what really happened that night. Anna forgives Ben and they redo that night.


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