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VINE VOICEon 21 June 2008
It was really interesting whilst reading this book to try to put together the fictional "celebs" in this book with real celebrities, particularly in the rock star world.
The book was a very easy read and quite good fun but really nothing to get very excited about.
The story about Thea trying to find her father worked quite well and it came to a very good conclusion which actually felt quite real, although to get there were some huge co-incidences and opportunities.
I would like to know how it feels to be a rock stars wife in real life and to not be interested in the whole fame thing - so made me think a bit.
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on 12 October 2002
I adored Claudia Pattison's first book Wow! and couldn't wait to get my hands on this one. Fame Game has all the dry wit and bitchy humour we saw in Wow!, as well as some great one-liners, but it's also an unexpectedly sensitive and thought-provoking read. The heroine Thea isn't as tough as Wow!'s Ruby Lake but she's very likeable all the same and I loved her observations on the wacky world of the celebrity wife.
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on 5 October 2002
Everyone who, like me, loved Pattison's first book and rushes to buy the Fame Game is probably going to be disapointed. It is not that the book is terrible, far from it, it is just that Claudia Pattison, the author, has become a victim of her first novel, like so many author have done before her. In otherword, we were expecting this novel to be even better than the last one.
Readers probably will find it hard to understand, respect, left alone like, the central character who doesn't have the sparkle of Claudia's previous heroine.
And essentially, this is the novel main weakness: the lack of characters interesting enough to make you care.
In fact, the sub plot, where the character look for her father, is actually what make the book worth reading... A shame that the author didn't developed it better as this would have made a good novel on its own.
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on 16 August 2006
This book is unputtadownable. The story really gripped me, and I needed to know what happenned next. Absolutely Fantastic.

She's got a knack of making the boring bits (you know the ones all books have) interesting. I will be looking forward to rest of her books.
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on 27 April 2015
Not a bad follow up to her 1st book.
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on 5 October 2002
This book is perfect for a lazy sunday afternoon. It is not too taxing and the story bubbles along at a pleasant pace! Claudia Pattison ensures that enough happens to Thea to keep her reader but the story line is not over complicated by needless detail.
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on 24 July 2008
If you're an avid reader of Heat and/or interested in zeleb gossip, this is the perfect novel for you. The characters have depth, most of them anyway, and the author inserts the perfect amount of twists and turns. A brilliant read.
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