Review + Dream Cast: Screen Queens

Screen Queens || Lori Goldstein

  Published by | Penguin / Razorbill on 11 / 06 / 2019

  Genres | Young Adult + Contemporary

  Rating | Avocado Avocado Avocado Avocado Half-Avo ( RATING 4.5 / 5 )

There is never an elevator to success, but there are competitions. Lucy, Maddie, and Delia all have aspirations, dreams. Just, not the same ones. Thrown into competition together, these three girls find themselves with a common goal: to win the ValleyStart internships. And be the first ever girl only team to do so in the history of ValleyStart. If only the next five weeks weren’t going to be hard, and include the drama of two-faced instructors, nemesis’, love and exes. If only.

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~ No compensation was given for this review ~

Screen Queens is a great, empowering novel that explores the relationship between three girls working together towards their goal. This is an extremely girl-power orientated novel as it explores how hard it is for women to in a fast-paced male enterprise. As a reader, I felt empowered too! These characters make you have all the positive feels!

Our characters are all unique and extremely determined. The plot, although fast, was extremely engaging and found myself unable to look away from my Kindle for even a second! This deals with some extreme difficulties in the workplace such as harassment, undermining and the power that social media and technology has over people.

Screen Queen’s is an empowering and wonderful novel to read! And now, for an extra!! See my dream cast for these three empowering MC’s! I have chosen actresses that I feel would represent the character well, and not necessarily the best on looks, based off of roles I have seen them in before!


Mackenzie Foy as Delia! From Interstellar and Nutcracker and the Four Realms, Foy gave me the impression that she can act a very independent and motivated character well.





Elle Fanning as Maddie! Fanning acted in Maleficent and We Bought a Zoo, and I think that she plays the unique roles very well. I think that this would blend well into the role of Maddie, kept to herself and a lot more going on than she would admit!





Finally, Sierra McCormick as Lucy! She played Pretty Little Stalker so well, and I think she could really bring Lucy’s character to life!







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8 comments :

  1. I'm so glad you enjoyed this book and BIG YES to girl power-- I love it when stories emphasise this and makes you feel empowered too. We need more books like this!! And I quite like books with a fast pace too!! I love that you included a dream cast as well!!

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    1. Thank you!
      Yes I enjoyed it so much, it was so fun to read!! Fast paced books are good when it comes to tours (in my opinion) because it is easier to read and work on your post, because it isn't always a review post!

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  2. It's great that you enjoyed the book and I enjoyed reading your review (: I'll have to try and read this sometime, it sounds wonderful xD, and it will be interesting to see how your dream cast compares when reading; such a lovely extra to have added :D

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    1. Thank you so much!!! Yes please do, it was actually so good?? I was worried I wouldn't like it because I thought it might overshoot what it was trying to say but it didn't and I loved it! Haha yeah, idk I just think that those three actresses have played in roles before that make me think they would be good for these characters, too.

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    2. Will do (: and that's good, I know what you mean about worrying but that's fantastic that you loved it :D I'm sure you're right; they've been great in what I've seen them in, although I'm not sure if I've seen the third in anything or not.

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  3. I'm so glad you enjoyed this book and superb post !!!!!!!!!!!

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