Book Review: Beauty Queens by Libba Bray


Beauty Queens

Beauty Queens Book Review


This book proves that a cliché is not the only thing a person can be. They can be a blond beauty queen, a handsome pirate, or a secret agent clothed in black. But they can also be a kick-ass female, a transgender pageant queen, or a corrupted beauty queen with a thirst for power. This book also proves that no one should be judged by their looks; because there is so much more underneath. The perfect beauty queen could be a lonely girl whose mother left her at a young age. The extremely attractive pirate could be a boy from a bad neighborhood just looking for some money to get by. Beauty Queens is about 13 pageant contestants who are stranded on a deserted island and how they escape. This book is an adventure filled with action: explosions, survival, and, of course, a whole lot of hairspray. This is a book that makes the word “cliché” seem outdated and keeps you wanting more.


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