Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Shooting Stars

Shooting Stars: My Life as a PaparazzaShooting Stars: My Life as a Paparazza by Jennifer Buhl
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

Jennifer Buhl is one of the few female paparazzi (or paparazza, as she likes to call it) in LA. She slowly becomes the best in the industry and proves that even though females are uncommon in the paparazzi line of work, they can still reach the top. This was an OK book. I liked how you got an inside look on how the paparazzi live and do their job. It’s nice to actually see their side for once and not what everyone else says even bad things about the paparazzi.

The one thing I could not get over is how the celebrities will just drive around to get a big group of the paparazzi to follow them…really dumb if you ask me.

I loved how Jennifer can be a badass when she needs to be and doesn't let herself be bullied. She was able to prove that she can be as good, and even better, than the male paparazzi.

All in all, this book was a great and fun read, but it wasn’t a “OMG I can’t stop reading book. I was bored after a couple of chapters. It was the same thing over and over again”

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