Threads: Sequins, Stars and Spotlights
by Sophia Bennett (author)
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Four girls have four dreams. Crow is on the way to becoming an international fashion designer. Jenny’s been discovered by a Broadway composer. Edie still wants to go to Harvard. Nonie …isn’t really sure, but knows it’s something fashion-related and wonderful. They’re growing up and on the brink of glittering careers. So why are their lives so complicated? Why does success demand sacrifices, and which ones are they willing to make? In this, the final book of “The Threads trilogy”, Nonie discovers that life is just beginning. The girls have choices to make. Who will wait for fame? Who will emerge an outright star? Who will fall in love? And who will turn her back on all her dreams? This time the answers are in New York. It’s a long way for Nonie to travel, especially with only one teeny-weeny wheelie bag. But for the sake of her friendships, Nonie will do whatever it takes.
February 7th, 2011
AR book level: 4.5; Middle years; 10.0 points
- 336 pages
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on 11 March 2014
Crow is on the way to becoming an international fashion designer. Jenny’s been discovered by a Broadway composer. Edie still wants to go to Harvard. Nonie… isn’t sure, but knows it’s something fashion-related and wonderful. They’re growing up and on the brink of glittering careers. So why are their lives so complicated? It seems that success demands sacrifices – but which ones are they willing to make? Now, all four girls have big choices and discoveries ahead of them. Who will wait for fame? Who will emerge an outright star? Who will fall in love? And who will turn her back on all her dreams? The answers lie in New York. It’s a long way for Nonie to travel, especially with only one teeny-weeny wheelie bag. But for the sake of her friendships, she’ll go as far as it takes… i really liked this book i think its fabulous . i would recomend it for 10-13 as i am 10 and i thought that 9s and under would understand it but if they want to try it it is your choice ! i hope you read it :0)
on 4 March 2013
Yay! It’s finally here! I’ve been waiting for this book to be published since about this time last year! Maybe even longer.
Sequins, Stars and Spotlights is all about….well, sequins stars and spotlights! This novel seemed to mainly focus on Nonie and Jenny. The girls are all moving on with their careers….except Nonie. Nonie feels stuck. She’s working temprorarily at Miss Teen but all she’s doing is making the tea for the ‘important people.’ Suddenly, she doesn’t know what to do with her life. But all of that is put on hold when her friends start having problems that need to be solved. Jenny admits to something very serious (an amazing and surprising twist.) which almost causes a fall-out between them all. Edie becomes very tired with everything (running her blog, applying for universities, running campaignes, helping her friends, studying, trying to save the world….the usual.) Everything’s happening at once. Will the girls stay friends and manage their lives at the same time?
AMAZING. The twists in this book, the new characters, the cover, the designs….it’s all amazing. I actually have no complaints about this book, it was fabulous in every way. :) Something extra special about this book is that the (gorgeous) dress on the cover was designed by Sophia Bennett’s competition winner Jewel. I think the dress Jewel designed is fabulous, she did a great job. :)
This novel is everything I expected and more. It was great! I definitely recommend it for fashion-lovers world wide. I LOVE IT!!! :) 1000000/10! (Or, in more sensible terms, 5/5. xD)
on 3 March 2012
It sounds really good – I want to read it!
on 2 March 2012
This book is sooooo inspirational. I loved it.5out of 5
on 24 February 2011
This book was different to what I expected it to be, in a good way though. It was a bit confusing to start with, as I have since found out the book is the last in a series, but after the first few chapters I got the hang of the characters. Also this book has taught me more about fashion, so it is good in that aspect too. I really didn’t want it to end, because I was interested as to what Nonie’s career choice would be in the end. Overall an A* book, with an interesting plot and story.
Megan, age 11
on 16 February 2016
sounds like an incredibly good book im dying to read it can anyone tell me in about 3 sentences what is going on?? thanksxxxx