Art Girls Are Easy
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Fifteen-year-old Indigo Hamlisch is an art prodigy looking forward to her last summer at the Silver Springs Academy for Fine and Performing Arts for Girls. But her BFF Lucy Serrano is a C.I.T. this year, and that means she doesn't have to hang out with Indigo and the other campers anymore: she can mingle with the counselors -- including Indigo's scandalous and unrequited crush, paint-splattered art instructor Nick Estep. But it's not like anything is going to happen between Lucy and Nick... right?
As Indy becomes more and more paranoid about what's going on between her best friend and her favorite counselor, Indy's life -- and her work -- spin hilariously out of control. Funny and bold, Art Girls Are Easy is a comedy of errors filtered through the wry, satirical eyes of a girl who's been there, done that, and is just looking for a little inspiration.
Bad writing, under developed story.
While I appreciate the concept of this book, I feel it just isn't well written. First of all, the storyline just falls flat. It's like the author has the reader climb a mountain only to arrive on the other side to a patch of dirt. There wasn't any real depth. This also extends to the relationships in the book which I feel like the author is ATTEMPTING. To make a deeper connection and statement about, but again NO DEPTH. Overall, the storyline isn't good, the character development is lack luster and underdeveloped, and the writing is armature and dull. The only real merit I see is a catchy title, but it was both the best and only good impression.