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Series Description: Miley Stewart looks like a regular girl-next-door, but she's got a big secret. When the lights go down, Miley is the famous teen pop sensation Hannah Montana! Miley may be a celebrity when she's on stage, but she wants the rest of her life to be as normal as possible. The only people who know the truth about Miley's dual identity are her father, brother Series Description: Miley Stewart looks like a regular girl-next-door, but she's got a big secret. When the lights go down, Miley is the famous teen pop sensation Hannah Montana! Miley may be a celebrity when she's on stage, but she wants the rest of her life to be as normal as possible. The only people who know the truth about Miley's dual identity are her father, brother, and best friends Lilly and Oliver. But keeping that secret-and balancing school with her newfound fame and fortune-is harder than Miley ever thought it would be. Hannah Montana #7: When Miley's scheming, look-alike cousin Luann pays a visit, she's surprisingly well behaved. Miley thinks they finally might have gotten over the rough patch from their childhood, and even invites Luann to the coolest Halloween party in town. But when Luann hog-ties Miley in her pop-star closet, Miley realizes she's made a big mistake! Will Miley's friends rescue her in time to stop Luann from revealing Miley's secret identity? Plus, when Miley's grandmother comes for a visit, Miley's brother Jackson seems to be getting more than his fair share of attention. Didn't anyone teach Grandma Stewart not to play favorites? Hannah Montana #8: Ever since Jake Ryan started acting on the TV show, "Zombie High," Miley thinks he's become a huge egomaniac. So when he invites Miley to the school Seventies Dance, she says no. Then Hannah Montana guest stars on Jake's show, and Miley realizes she might have been wrong about her former crush-but is it too late? Plus, when Miley and Jake start using other people to make each other jealous, it's bound to backfire-Miley just never expected it would be on her! Hannah Montana #9: When Hannah Montana becomes a spokesmodel in a TV commercial for a new perfume, there's only one problem-she hates it! But when she gets an incredibly hot gift for being the new face of Eau Wow, Miley starts to reconsider. . . . But could she "really" go on TV and lie to the whole world? Plus, when Miley accidentally gets her brother Jackson fired from his job, she makes him Hannah Montana's assistant-with serious consequences!


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Series Description: Miley Stewart looks like a regular girl-next-door, but she's got a big secret. When the lights go down, Miley is the famous teen pop sensation Hannah Montana! Miley may be a celebrity when she's on stage, but she wants the rest of her life to be as normal as possible. The only people who know the truth about Miley's dual identity are her father, brother Series Description: Miley Stewart looks like a regular girl-next-door, but she's got a big secret. When the lights go down, Miley is the famous teen pop sensation Hannah Montana! Miley may be a celebrity when she's on stage, but she wants the rest of her life to be as normal as possible. The only people who know the truth about Miley's dual identity are her father, brother, and best friends Lilly and Oliver. But keeping that secret-and balancing school with her newfound fame and fortune-is harder than Miley ever thought it would be. Hannah Montana #7: When Miley's scheming, look-alike cousin Luann pays a visit, she's surprisingly well behaved. Miley thinks they finally might have gotten over the rough patch from their childhood, and even invites Luann to the coolest Halloween party in town. But when Luann hog-ties Miley in her pop-star closet, Miley realizes she's made a big mistake! Will Miley's friends rescue her in time to stop Luann from revealing Miley's secret identity? Plus, when Miley's grandmother comes for a visit, Miley's brother Jackson seems to be getting more than his fair share of attention. Didn't anyone teach Grandma Stewart not to play favorites? Hannah Montana #8: Ever since Jake Ryan started acting on the TV show, "Zombie High," Miley thinks he's become a huge egomaniac. So when he invites Miley to the school Seventies Dance, she says no. Then Hannah Montana guest stars on Jake's show, and Miley realizes she might have been wrong about her former crush-but is it too late? Plus, when Miley and Jake start using other people to make each other jealous, it's bound to backfire-Miley just never expected it would be on her! Hannah Montana #9: When Hannah Montana becomes a spokesmodel in a TV commercial for a new perfume, there's only one problem-she hates it! But when she gets an incredibly hot gift for being the new face of Eau Wow, Miley starts to reconsider. . . . But could she "really" go on TV and lie to the whole world? Plus, when Miley accidentally gets her brother Jackson fired from his job, she makes him Hannah Montana's assistant-with serious consequences!

30 review for Face the Music

  1. 4 out of 5

    Veronica

    I used to love Hannah Montana so much when i was in 4th grade me and my friend always traded Hannah Montana stuff and i got books from her so i read most of them.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bryniqua

    'There are the badest little kids ever!'said maliy stert dad.Jackson is the badest kid in the house and maliy is the best kid in the house but it is so funny thing that jackson is the means,badest boy.But not like rico.Rico is mean to everyone.IN the tonw that he live in that little boy 'There are the badest little kids ever!'said maliy stert dad.Jackson is the badest kid in the house and maliy is the best kid in the house but it is so funny thing that jackson is the means,badest boy.But not like rico.Rico is mean to everyone.IN the tonw that he live in that little boy

  3. 5 out of 5

    Evelyn.anna

    i loved it

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ana

    i luv hannah montana!!!!!!!!!!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    I wouldn't read it Hannah Montana does not make sense you can still tell she's Miley even with a wig. I wouldn't read it Hannah Montana does not make sense you can still tell she's Miley even with a wig.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Hasara

    Can read over and over again... :D Girly Stuff!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Alissa Cotto

    ilove this book because ilove music and thatis half of whythey made the show but that isent what the whole show is about.

  8. 5 out of 5

    GaBBy

    good

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kiana

    i liked this book was that it talked about music

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kenzie

    this book is good!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    Good good! Miley gets my dream car!!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    janie love

    cool

  13. 5 out of 5

    Whitney Boatright

    Great book. I couldn't put it down. I liked the part where Lilly was smelling the perfume and it was just a bottle of water. Great book. I couldn't put it down. I liked the part where Lilly was smelling the perfume and it was just a bottle of water.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Rory

    Just like with the Clueless series, I always manage to stop reading one of these kinds of series for a year or two. The last time I read one of these was almost 2 years ago. I've seen the entire series, thanks to Netflix about 7 years ago. Everyone laughed when they found out I was watching it after Miley's image change and subsequent "Wrecking Ball"... uproar? But I'm not much for the whole "yOu CaN't WaTcH dIsNeY aNd NiCkElOdEoN aFtEr A cErTaIn AgE" crap. I'm not sorry that I'm not sorry. Somet Just like with the Clueless series, I always manage to stop reading one of these kinds of series for a year or two. The last time I read one of these was almost 2 years ago. I've seen the entire series, thanks to Netflix about 7 years ago. Everyone laughed when they found out I was watching it after Miley's image change and subsequent "Wrecking Ball"... uproar? But I'm not much for the whole "yOu CaN't WaTcH dIsNeY aNd NiCkElOdEoN aFtEr A cErTaIn AgE" crap. I'm not sorry that I'm not sorry. Sometimes Disney and Nickelodeon are better than the stuff "for adults." Part one: I vaguely remember this episode. It must be one that I didn't watch very often. "Hannah Montana" (secretly Miley Stewart, duh; thank God Beth Beechwood didn't reannounce it like other authors have) has accepted to star in a commercial for Eau Wow; a cleverly named perfume. Unfortunately, after practicing with a perfume bottle that just has water in it, she smells the real perfume and has a flashback. Apparently, Miley once was part of a contest involving raspberries and vomited on the governor when she was the winner (it's not specified, but I'm assuming she was disqualified as a result). The perfume also smells like raspberries and Miley finds herself in a moral dilemma. Can she really endorse a product she can't stand the smell of just to keep a car she's sent that has "eau wow" license plates? Meanwhile, her brother Jackson thinks he should be a next contestant on a show called "Teen Wilderness Challenge," and basically hires Oliver to be his camera man for a video he wants to send in, proving he can live in the wilderness. Props to Beechwood for not using pretentious exclamation points and for not announcing that Miley Stewart is Hannah Montana. This is book 9. It's hardly necessary at this point. Honestly, after reading part one, I mostly remember the scene where Jackson steals his father's steak. Part two: I remembered this one a bit more than the first one, though not completely. Most of what I remember seems to be from season one; it's a pity Disney doesn't put much importance on releasing entire shows on DVD. I've only ever located season one on DVD, and it seems Disney only released a couple of the seasons. Hint, hint, Disney. This one had one storyline that was more written than the second one. Miley wants her brother Jackson out of the house so she can practice her singing, and gets the idea to ask Rico, the son of the owner of the beach bar (no alcohol), to give her brother a raise. Rico tries to strike up a deal. If she becomes his dance partner for a ballroom dance competition, he'll ask his dad to give Jackson a raise. She refuses so he fires Jackson. How that's legal and why the writers didn't have Mr. Stewart seek legal action, or to have Mr. Stewart step in to talk to the owner about it, I don't know. Miley accidentally, and sarcastically, suggests that Jackson become "Hannah's" assistant (which Jackson calls an "assisticant") and before she can correct the error, he accepts. Right, then. Oy. Right at the start of part two, Miley sings the couple opening lines of a song, but Beechwood did not see fit to add them or the song title, so for all I know, Miley was singing the Barney theme song. That cardinal sin again. It loses a star for that. It's interesting that Beechwood would use Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers as a way to describe the dancing if Rico and his female dance partner. I remember the episode. They did a decent job, but they were nowhere near the caliber of Fred Astaire lol. It doesnt affect my review, though, because of it being a bold choice. This is definitely a portal to another time, or a timepiece, if you will. "The Dixie Chicks" are mentioned, and of course, they've oddly changed their name to "The Chicks" now. Oh, time piece, take me back in time, now! The writing was actually really good in this one aside from the cardinal sin. The plot problem isn't Beechwood's fault because this is an adaptation, not of her creation as far as I know, and therefore cannot affect my review. I give it 4 stars.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Gabe Colon

    I think its a pretty good book. In chapter 1, the story is that Miley (Hannah Montana) Is doing a commercial for perfume. I think the book is fun, interesting and has a great story.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kylie Abecca

    Another great juvenile fiction book, written in such a way that the pages are kept turning and the reader is drawn into the double life of Miley/Hannah Montana.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Bharat

    Awsm

  18. 5 out of 5

    amanda s.

    I liked it, though this one's not exactly my favorite. Rock on, Hannah! I liked it, though this one's not exactly my favorite. Rock on, Hannah!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Msbookworm

  20. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

  21. 5 out of 5

    Bossy Kiya (Jakiya)

  22. 4 out of 5

    Urvi Patel

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

  24. 5 out of 5

    Alexis

  25. 5 out of 5

    ♫✯Em loves Hollenstein✯♫❤the summertime and butterflies all belong to your creation❤

  26. 5 out of 5

    Isabella Caroline

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jiana Talingdan

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Adams

  29. 4 out of 5

    Liz

  30. 5 out of 5

    Tony

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