This was probably my favorite book in the series. As you can tell by the name of the book, the authors of 43 Old Cemetery Road series are off to Hollywood. At least the human ones are. Olive seems to be left out, or they just don't believe in he. As the film starts shooting things turn upside down, and Olive gets her vengeance. Also, some sneaky things are happening behind the scenes in Hollywood and it is up to the book crew to expose the culprits. It is very sneaky and cunning and has you begging for more.
This was a really fun book to read. I especially liked it because it was about Hollywood and making movies and acting. It was also about writing and making friends. It was really funny, too, and I liked how the characters have names like "Don Worrie." I could not put the book down!
Thisbook is really good and very well written. I also enjoyed the surprising end. The book was really funny since Olive was telling so many jokes. My favorite character is Ignatius Grumply because he is funny and grumpy at the same time, which is an odd combination.
"Hollywood, Dead Ahead" is the 5th book in the 43 Old Cemetery Road series. The main characters are a young boy, an old man, and a ghost. Yes, a ghost. In this story, the trio travel to Hollywood to have a movie made about their books they write together. But Olive, the ghost, is left out. In a story told all in letters, they make their mark in LA. This book didn't disappoint and I think kids any age can enjoy this book. Have fun reading! :)
Iggy, Olive, and Seymour are headed to Hollywood, destined to become famous movie stars. However, when Moe Block Busters, their producer, writes Olive out of the script, Olive is furious. She is replaced by a ghost named Evilo (Olive spelled backwards) who is going to be played by Ivana Oscar, Hollywood's favorite femme fatale. But, little does Moe Block Busters know that Olive has a few tricks up her sleeve, and she is ready to do all she can to end up in his movie, Evilo Must Go! With a few unlikely friendships and interesting contracts signed, Hollywood, Dead Ahead is a book that you could die for. Kate and Sarah Klise form a humorous book around a bone-chilling plot that will delight anyone who ends up reading it. This is a great book to add on to the Klise sisters' series, 43 Old Cemetery Road.
This book is awesome! The way that the author uses letters in the book instead of, well, telling the story is a great way to make the book better! Ignatius is a good character as well as Seymour and Olive, a ghost. You can read this book, too and now!
This book was really good. I never imagined the series going to Hollywood, but I thought it was hilarious how nobody believed in Olive. I love the names the authors choose for the characters because you can figure out who the characters personality was like just from their name. I could see where the story was going when they signed the contract without reading it, because my dad always tells me to read before i sign. I never thought that the contract would involve that she would have to die! It was really funny how they put that on the posters before she died or realized that! Overall it was a really good book, and i cannot wait for the next one!
Hollywood, Dead Ahead was awsome. I really liked how the author wrote the book out of notes, newspapers, voting ballots and postcards. I like Seymours drawings the best. I love how Olive interupts the letters people write. I adored the prank Olive, Seymour, Ignnatuis, and Ivana played on Myra.