LOOK AT ME by Marjory Hall

LOOK AT ME

By
Email this review

KIRKUS REVIEW

Most of Marjory Hall's stories are romanticareer combinations and this one's about Carol Brooks, who decides to become Carole, without really knowing what else she wants to do with her life. She gets a summer job with a strawhat theatre but although she'd like someone to notice her and give her a chance to act, she's only an all-purpose prop. And she's too interested in herself to pay much attention to Gary, the brother of a friend. But by the end of the summer (and after a benevolent talking-to by an elder star) she is ready to think about other people--and Gary--instead of herself.... Not as much socializing or glamorizing as in Clothes- horse (1966), the story's not much more than its mini-message; the former's easy to read, the latter's easy to take, and both together perform adequately for this interest level.

Pub Date: April 21st, 1967
Publisher: Funk & Wagnalls