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Royce Rolls by [Stohl, Margaret]
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Length: 400 pages Word Wise: Enabled Language: English

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Sixteen-year-old Bentley Royce is the wild child of a super-glam reality TV dynasty. She has it all – designer clothes, a fancy school and an actual Bentley to drive around in. Her ambitious mum Mercedes has dragged the family from trailer park to Hollywood stardom. But Bentley wants out – she wants to go to college, escape her own storyline, be NORMAL – but Royces don't do normal (or college).

Rolling with the Royces is running out of ways to keep viewers hooked and suddenly the show is threatened with cancellation. Bentley faces an impossible choice. Without the show, she could live the college dream – but her family would crumble (they are already twenty million dollars in debt). Bentley Royce has a mission. She must use her brains to save the show; if she saves the show, she can save her family – and she'll do whatever it takes …

Royce Rolls is a laugh-out-loud funny romp with a twist of mystery – a behind-the-scenes comedy with a brilliant voice, a hilarious and subversive antidote to the Kardashians and TOWIE (which will still work for fans of both!).

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1064 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Childrens; 1 edition (6 April 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06XDS93JX
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #48,601 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1.0 out of 5 stars One Star 29 April 2017
By irma - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This book was very boring. It's was not what I was expecting it to be.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A must read for fans of reality tv 18 April 2017
By Michelle@Book Briefs - Published on
Royce Rolls is a young adult humorous contemporary by Margaret Stohl. I loved this book. I found it to be hilarious. It is no secret that I am a HUGE reality tv show junkie. I watch all of it…the good, the bad and the plain old trashy. I love it. And I loved Royce Rolls because it took all of the aspects of reality tv…from the filming and production, to the impact that being a reality tv “star” has on your life, to all of the absurd moments. It all worked for me. This book is pure guilty pleasure fun. Now, I will admit that if you find the whole idea of reality tv awful, and you can’t stand to even think about it…this is probably not going to be the book for you. You might find it superficial and gratuitous, and unnecessarily dramatic…which it is. But to be fair, those are some of the things I love most about reality tv. I found Royce Rolls to be a great time. I loved this book.

Royce Rolls was a blast for me to read about. I loved everything about the set up of the book. I loved the over the top characters, I loved the meddling from production, I loved the footnotes. It all worked for me. I think this book will appeal to a very specific reader. I think you will either love it, like I did, or it will be a complete miss for you. If you like reality tv, this is going to be a hoot and a half for you to read.

I loved Bentley, the main character. I thought she was likable and sweet. She was really easy to root for. I didn’t love all of the characters as much as I loved her, but overall I felt like it was a good ensemble. The real winner with Royce Rolls for me was the writing. I loved all the witty dialogue and the seriously hilarious moments. I thought this was an accurate representation of the reality tv aspect of our society today. Honestly, it felt very on point for me. I also liked that I felt like I was getting a behind the scenes looks at Hollywood and production, which is always really fun.

Bottom line: If you haven’t noticed by now, my theme for this book is fun. Royce Rolls is a really fun read. I think fans of reality tv will enjoy this over the top family, crazy moments and funny dialogue. I had a blast reading Royce Rolls. It was just as much a guilty pleasure as reality tv itself.

*Disclaimer- I received a copy of this book for free.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars All of the characters are horrible. I get that they're "characters" 11 April 2017
By stacee (book_junkee) - Published on
Even though I don't care for reality tv, I was intrigued by this premise, especially with Margie's background. For me, this was a mess.

All of the characters are horrible. I get that they're "characters", but I couldn't find anything redeemable in any of them. Bentley had promise, yet I still struggled to root for her.

The format was odd. There are loads of footnotes {that I'm still not entirely sure wtf they were for}, press releases, Twitter updates, and storylines inside storylines. There were a few sparks that engaged me and got me to continue, but I was mostly trying to keep from DNFing. I'm only rating it 2 stars because I finished it for some reason.

Overall, I can see that this will appeal to some readers, but it wasn't for me.

**Huge thanks to Freeform for providing the book free of charge**
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Perfect for lovers and haters of reality TV 5 April 2017
By QueenBook - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I really enjoyed this story, despite or (because of) my innate cynicism about modern reality TV. A Kardashian-esque family is the center of this story, and they manage to be absolutely fake and absolutely real at the same time. The main character's irritation with the whole fame-for-the-sake-of-fame scheme plays well to readers like me. She is dark and witty, and quickly became the trusted voice of reason in her mother and sister's insane last grab for fifteen more minutes of fame. There are plenty of twists and unexpected turns, and the opening lines set up a nice mystery that is engaging to unravel. There is also plenty of glam for those who want it, but beneath the clothes and makeup, there is some depth. I will say that things felt a little overproduced in the end, with a rather far fetched resolution, but it is an acceptable ending in a TV world where anything goes. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and I think my high school students will as well, so I'm adding it to my classroom library wishlist. Language and situations are appropriate for grades 9+. I received an ARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars smart mystery, full of irony and also full of ... 5 April 2017
By Hilary Reyl - Published on
This book had me laughing out loud. It is a gleeful, smart mystery, full of irony and also full of heart. Royce Rolls is Margaret Stohl at the top of her form. It is a wild ride through the over-the-top craziness that is LA in all of its "reality." The story entertaining and gripping, with characters you love in all their absurdity. I read it in one joyful breath.