I Represent Sean Rosen
by Jeff Baron
Sean Rosen knows what he wants. A ten-million-dollar deal with a big Hollywood studio. The only problem is, he's a kid. And he's busy with school. And he lives far from Los Angeles or New York City. But Sean does have a laptop and a phone, and he's smart. He's about to have the ride of a lifetime as he discovers the ins and outs—and dos and don'ts—of becoming one of the youngest movie moguls the world's ever known.
Funny at times, but ultimately not as good as I'd expected. This book was a fairly quick read, but I didn't really feel enthusiastic at all once I'd read it. Sean never really learns not to lie and doesn't have to face any real consequences for all of his deceptions... I kind of found that disappointing and unrealistic. If you love books where you really see inside the character's head, you might like this one, but I don't think it'll be a hit with everyone.