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Olivia and her friends are auditioning for a production of Romeo and Juliet in the West End. It makes Olivia realise just how much she wants to be an actress, like her mum was. But her father asks her to perform with him in a high-wire stunt instead. How can she choose between her parents? And love is in the air at the Swan School of Theatre and Dance. But when the curtain Olivia and her friends are auditioning for a production of Romeo and Juliet in the West End. It makes Olivia realise just how much she wants to be an actress, like her mum was. But her father asks her to perform with him in a high-wire stunt instead. How can she choose between her parents? And love is in the air at the Swan School of Theatre and Dance. But when the curtain falls, will everyone get their fairytale happy ending?


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Olivia and her friends are auditioning for a production of Romeo and Juliet in the West End. It makes Olivia realise just how much she wants to be an actress, like her mum was. But her father asks her to perform with him in a high-wire stunt instead. How can she choose between her parents? And love is in the air at the Swan School of Theatre and Dance. But when the curtain Olivia and her friends are auditioning for a production of Romeo and Juliet in the West End. It makes Olivia realise just how much she wants to be an actress, like her mum was. But her father asks her to perform with him in a high-wire stunt instead. How can she choose between her parents? And love is in the air at the Swan School of Theatre and Dance. But when the curtain falls, will everyone get their fairytale happy ending?

30 review for Olivia's Curtain Call

  1. 5 out of 5

    Carlie Yung

    Warning contains spoilers. Olivia has been offered a role as Juliet in Romeo&Juliet, but her dad has an event running on the same time and he needs Olivia and Tom. Will Olivia choose her memory of her mother, or her dad. My favourite part was when Ton thinks that Kasha like Olivia, but instead she loves Tom. Here I will post page 207~208 paragraph at the bottom towards top of page 208: Olivia’s eyes were dancing. “Tom, I want to say thank you. If it hadn’t been for you, Eel might still be in a coma Warning contains spoilers. Olivia has been offered a role as Juliet in Romeo&Juliet, but her dad has an event running on the same time and he needs Olivia and Tom. Will Olivia choose her memory of her mother, or her dad. My favourite part was when Ton thinks that Kasha like Olivia, but instead she loves Tom. Here I will post page 207~208 paragraph at the bottom towards top of page 208: Olivia’s eyes were dancing. “Tom, I want to say thank you. If it hadn’t been for you, Eel might still be in a coma. It was such a brilliant idea, and it wasn’t just clever, it was absolutelyvthe right thing to do. It’s why I love you so much, Tom McCavity.” And she stood on tiptop and brushed his cheek with her lips. And The last page: “I am,” she said. “Very happy.” Olivia looked up into Tom’s eyes and raised her hand towards him. His hand rose to meet hers and their palms met as if in prayer. For a moment they stared wonderingly at each other, and then Tom bentchis head towards her face and their lips touched. The only romantic parts.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Nicki

    I've been lucky enough to read proofs of the Olivia books and really enjoyed them all. Sadly, this is the last one, but I think it may be the best. I won't go into details, just to say everything is wrapped up really beautifully and I thoroughly recommend these books to any young (or young at heart!) girl. I've been lucky enough to read proofs of the Olivia books and really enjoyed them all. Sadly, this is the last one, but I think it may be the best. I won't go into details, just to say everything is wrapped up really beautifully and I thoroughly recommend these books to any young (or young at heart!) girl.

  3. 4 out of 5

    ADEELA

    Great for kids

  4. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    this is a good childrens book.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ella Rust

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    Aimée

  7. 5 out of 5

    OTTBookLover3

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    Trix

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    Jodie Lee

  10. 4 out of 5

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    Kate Gavin

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    Amber Jones

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    JOHN SULLIVAN

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    Jake and Charlie Ingham

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  30. 5 out of 5

    Valerie

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