Lisa Samsons Goodbye, Hollywood Nobody is a fun, teenage adventure with a sweet family side. As it completes the Hollywood Nobody series, concluding the story of Scotty Fitzgerald, an enthusiastic, bright teenaged girl who is learning to find both her identity and her motivations in God.
Scotty, newly reunited with her father, has abandoned the blogging and the Hollywood blur to go search for her mother, whom she's almost certain must still be alive somewhere. Based on a tip from one of her father's FBI contacts, the two take off for Maine to see what they can discover. Meeting a dead end, Scotty decides to help out at a children's foster home down south, where she meets her nemesis once again and has to learn God's lessons about change and forgiveness. Charley, her grandmother, heads overseas to seeking romance. But is there still a chance for the family Scotty didnt think existed to be reunited?
I read the first three books in this series a couple of years ago, and finally got the chance to read this one. I loved this series and really enjoyed Scotty and her dynamic personality. She is human and makes mistakes, but learns from her mistakes and shows growth. A great series for teen girls, but also for "old" people like me too!
- My rating: 5 out of 5 stars
- Genre: teen
- Part of a Series: yes, "Hollywood Nobody"
- Publication year: 2008
- Publisher: NAV Press