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Multnomah Books Diary of a Teenage Girl Series, Chloe #2: Sold Out

Former social outcasts Chloe Miller, Allie and Laura are stoked when a talent scout from Nashville spots their all-girl garage band at a local gig, and Redemption is sky-rocketed to contemporary Christian pop stardom.

But they find out fast: Fame come with a price tag. People aren't acting normal. Suddenly everyone wants to be their friend. Clashes at school and with family members start spiraling out of control.

So how do we know who is who, Lord? Chloe cries out in her journal. It is feeling, faith, or fact? Give me discernment!

Exhilarated yet frustrated, Chloe puts her dream in God's hands and prays for Him to work out the details. Can the band--or their friendship--survive this? God only knows. 282 pages, includes discussion questions. Recommended for ages 14 and up.

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Customer Reviews for Diary of a Teenage Girl Series, Chloe #2: Sold Out
Review 1 for Diary of a Teenage Girl Series, Chloe #2: Sold Out
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Date:February 16, 2007
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Noname
WOW! This book was so incredible! I really loved how it picked up right where "My Name Is Chloe" left off. I am so hooked on this series!
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Review 2 for Diary of a Teenage Girl Series, Chloe #2: Sold Out
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Date:October 6, 2003
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Bri
Melody Carlson is my absolute favorite author; every teen girl should definitely read the Diary of a Teenage Girl series! I don't like the Chloe books as much as the Caitlin ones, but I still can't help but love this book.
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Review 3 for Diary of a Teenage Girl Series, Chloe #2: Sold Out
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Date:August 26, 2003
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Gen
I only started reading the Diary of a Teenage Girl series after she started writing about Chloe. The first four seemed too uptight for me, and when I saw the Chloe books, I started reading them. It's really amazing at how realistic the diaries are. Normally, the typical novel for teenage girls have the perfect family, the perfect boyfriend, the perfect room and so on and so forth. I like how Melody Carlson keeps things in tact and real.
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