Suite Scarlett
Maureen Johnson
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Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM By Maureen Johnson

Her new summer job comes with baggage Scarlett Martin has grown up in a most unusual way Her family owns the Hopewell, a small hotel in the heart of New York City, and Scarlett lives there with her three siblings Spencer, Lola, and Marlene When each of the Martins turns fifteen, they are expected to take over the care of a suite in the once elegant, now shabby Art DeHer new summer job comes with baggage Scarlett Martin has grown up in a most unusual way Her family owns the Hopewell, a small hotel in the heart of New York City, and Scarlett lives there with her three siblings Spencer, Lola, and Marlene When each of the Martins turns fifteen, they are expected to take over the care of a suite in the once elegant, now shabby Art Deco hotel For Scarlett s fifteenth birthday, she gets both a room called the Empire Suite, and a permanent guest called Mrs Amberson Scarlett doesn t quite know what to make of this C list starlet, world traveler, and aspiring autobiographer who wants to take over her life And when she meets Eric, an astonishingly gorgeous actor who has just moved to the city, her summer takes a second unexpected turn Before the summer is over, Scarlett will have to survive a whirlwind of thievery, Broadway glamour, romantic missteps, and theatrical deceptions But in the city where anything can happen, she just might be able to pull it off Praise for Suite Scarlett I can t wait until my room at the Hopewell is ready Meg Cabot This book is made of funny and smart and whimsical deliciousness really, lick a page and taste for yourself Libba Bray I couldn t put it down Michele Jaffe I loved it E Lockhart An utterly winning, madcap Manhattan farce, crafted with a winking, urbane narrative and tight, wry dialogue ALA Booklist, starred review.
  • Title: Suite Scarlett
  • Author: Maureen Johnson
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  • Page: 264
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Lucy Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Suite Scarlett is about a girl who has just turned fifteen. Scarlett lives with her mother, father, two sisters, and her older brother in a hotel in Manhattan. The hotel is more or less just scrapping by. This is emphasized in the opening scene where her parents prepare her birthday breakfast, having let a very capable cook go due to budget cutbacks. The gifts Scarlett receives from her family are meant to give us indicators of their personality or, if they are lacking a personality, their finan [...]
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Rosianna Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
A brilliant book; I found myself drawn in by the witty, intelligent Scarlett who even possessed shades of English sarcasm, a quality I love in protagonists! The setting, the progressively deteriorating Hopewell Hotel in the centre of New York City was the perfect location for this funny, endearing and generally wonderful story which didn't put a damper on my lifelong dream of living in a hotel. The best aspect of this story wasn't the humour or setting, however, but the fantastic characterisatio [...]
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Kelly Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
I would give this a 2.5, simply because the last, oh, 200 pages made me laugh from how ridiculous it was.Johnson's writing style irritated me to no end. She has no sense of how to write from the voice of a 14 or 15 year old in this book. I am actually annoyed I chose to read this book first, as others have said her work is great (perhaps this one is not representative). And, before I dig into my real issues with the story, let me start by stating it is clearly a poor decision to put someone who [...]
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rhea Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
3½ This book was cute and I in no way mean that condescendingly. If I was in high school this series may have been my favorite and I would pass it around to friends, do I know any teens of the right age now? Scarlett is the least annoying 15 year old I've ever read in a book, that I can remember. She was real, I would've been friends with her or maybe I would've been her. Her emotions, thoughts, worries, etc. were realistic and not just her, her 3 siblings were very real too. There's a romance [...]
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Angelc Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Scarlett Martin's large family runs and lives in the Hopewell Hotel in Manhattan. The Hopewell has seen better days and the family will do what it takes to keep the business afoot. Scarlett feels like the only one of her friends who actually stayed in Manhattan for the summer. But she won't be bored long, thanks to a new guest, the glamorous Mrs. Amberson, checking in.I loved Scarlett's relationship with her family, especially the tight bond with her older brother, Spencer. The characters and re [...]
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Steph (Reviewer X) Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Reposted from my original blog post, here.Y’all, I think there’s something inherently wrong with me, because I had never, ever read a page upon which MJ bestowed her glorious talent prior to this made of awesome 300+-page collection of MJ scribe.I know.As I have said many, many, many times before here and everywhere else where I am present and books are discussed (or I turn the conversation over to books), there’s no better way to enamor me than a great, well written and developed cast of [...]
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Danielle Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
*3.5 stars*At first I didn't really like this because I didn't like the characters. It started out as a 2 star book but as I was reading it more it got way way better. I really liked Spencer and Eric. Marlene was kinda odd and Lola was ok. Scarlett I quite liked too. The story was interesting. I liked that it was about a play etc. I did really think that mrs Amberson was annoying but I wasn't really annoyed by her anymore towards the end.I will be picking up Scarlett Fever because I want to know [...]
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Nandini Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
1 JUST-OUT-OF-GENEROSITY STAR.This book, fellow readers, is a disgrace to the magnificent term 'YA Contemporary' that I hold above all else. Suite Scarlett disappointed me on so many grounds, I don't know where to start. This was wrong in all possible proportions and I might juST HURL THE BOOK ACROSS THE ROOM.1. The culprit: Maureen Johnson. After reading Let It Snow and absolutely adoring Johnson's story because of how stinkingly cute it was, I expected something similar from this book. Let's j [...]
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Tina Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Original post at One More PageI've heard a lot about Maureen Johnson from YA contemporary circles, but somehow, I never really got around to getting her books. This almost feels like a sin for someone who loves contemporary YA as much as I do. So at the back of my mind, I have this little to-buy list that includes one of Maureen Johnson's books in case I wanted to splurge on something, but winning a giveaway during Armchair BEA saved me from spending and instead, I got an audiobook of Suite Scar [...]
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Angie Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Somewhere in between the release of Girl at Sea and Suite Scarlett, I'm embarrassed to admit that I think I may actually have forgotten, for just a second, how funny Maureen Johnson is. I mean the hunching your shoulders, tongue caught between your teeth, giggling kind of funny. I read her blog regularly, so I shouldn't be a bit surprised. But Suite Scarlett was even funnier than her previous books. It was like concentrated Essence of Johnson: charmingly and unrepentantly hilarious. They really [...]
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Lindsay Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Umwell. This is one of those books about a young girl who doesn't know how beautiful she is and has a crush on her older brother's impossibly good looking friend. If you like that sort of thing then there you go.Unfortunately Scarlett is the least interesting character in this book. Her family owns an old hotel in New York City and the best parts of the book come from her interactions with Mrs. Amberson, the hotel's eccentric guest, and Scarlett's siblings.
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April Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Dear Maureen Johnson, I worship at your alter. Your books completely charm me.Suite Scarlett by Maureen Johnson deals with what happens to Scarlett Martin on her fifteenth birthday, when as family tradition dictates, she gets a key to a suite in the family hotel and must take care of the suite and whomever stays in the suite.Read the rest of my review
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Rain Misoa Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Wow I was not expecting to like this book as much as I did. It was actually pretty good. This is my first novel that I've read by Maureen Johnson and I am not disappointed in picking this book up. Mind you, there are some things that I found a bit annoying but that didn't deter me from finishing or liking this book. The plot had me hooked! I wanted to know what was going to happen with the play of Hamlet, what was happening between Mrs. Amberson and her "past," and see how everything was going t [...]
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walker Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
A novel doesn't have to be perfect to make me think, and a hypothetical perfect novel might not even help me express myself the same way that this book did. So I guess what that might mean is that sometimes "good" is better than "perfect", and Maureen Johnson, don't take the three stars personally. They mean "good".Part of what I enjoyed about my reading of Suite Scarlett is that it explored multiple traditions in modern literature. It might be marketed as a "girl book", and it probably is one, [...]
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Jone Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Fue un libro que adquirí en una tienda de un aeropuerto con la intención de empezar a leerlo durante un viaje de unas cuatro horas aproximadamente. No había oído nunca hablar de él, ni me sonaba tan siquiera la portada, el título o el argumento. Sin ninguna referencia previa, comencé a leerlo. Los primeros capítulos de introducción a la historia, la situación y los personajes, eran simples. Se entendían bien y a pesar de algunos detalles poco relevantes, era una lectura ligera. A medi [...]
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JoLee Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Scarlett's family lives in and operates a run-down hotel in New York City. The Martin family is in some financial trouble. The hotel isn't doing so well. It's an absolute money drain. Meanwhile, Spencer, the oldest child and only boy, is given an ultimatum from his parents--find a paying acting job in one week or take a scholarship at a culinary school. Scarlett gets to work helping her favorite sibling while juggling the antics of a very strange guest, Amy Amberson, who eventually gets involved [...]
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Elle Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
I was truly interested in this book when I started reading it. There were all kinds of different turns throughout the book that made it all the more intriguing. This book will catch your attention from the beginning and hold onto it until the very end. Suite Scarlett is about a fifteen year old girl named Scarlett Martin. The Martin family owns the Hopewell Hotel in New York City and once you turn fifteen you have to take on some responsibility within the hotel. Scarlett is assigned the Empire S [...]
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Gabriela Roberts Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
To me this book was fun and exciting. Living in a hotel already sounded fun but the ordeals she goes through living with her siblings is homely and cute. Her connection to her brother is heart-warming and their love for each other is touching in a sense. The empathy you feel towards her given her situation really helps a person connect to her and all that happens to her. The whole idea of a not so secret love is thrilling and heat racing, giving Scarlett's life a fun twist to her already extraor [...]
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Ying Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
This was another great book from Maureen Johnson with dynamic parts and suspenseful chapters. Scarlett was one of the richest, most developed characters in the story and I liked how Spencer was written. However, sometimes I felt the actions were too fast paced and that there weren't enough developing details. Overall, this was a good read and had me wishing for more at the last page.
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Vir Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Un 3,5 en realidadSuite Scarlett es una lectura sencilla, divertida, fresca y muy disparatada. Con unos personajes algo peculiares que vivirán situaciones de lo más rocambolescas, con las que conseguirán sacarnos un montón de carcajadasvidasecretadeloslibross
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Meli Videla Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
4,5 porque sí súper divertido y llevadero. Y me dejó con ganas de leer el segundo.Reseña Completa: wordsfeather-books
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Megs ♥ Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Scarlet was an adorable character and I liked her a lot. Sadly this book didn't draw me in at all and halfway through I stopped reading.
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Chelsey Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Read for the book set in a hotel category for the Popsugar Reading Challenge 2017There was nothing redeeming about this book.
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Alexis Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Scarlett Martin and her family live in and run the Hopewell Hotel, an aging beauty of a building situated on the East Side of New York City. The hotel is run down, but it's been in the family for generations and still retains some of its 1920s charm. The whole family works hard to keep it going, even though times are tough, and part of that tradition is the giving of a room when a Martin child turns 15. Summer vacation has just started, and it's Scarlett's fifteenth birthday. She is the third of [...]
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Namratha Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
SETTING : New YorkA more precise SETTING : The Hopewell hotel on the Upper East Side. Family-run, the art deco hotel personified Jazz Age New York glamour. Sadly, all it personifies today is a pitiable lack of funds and staff.HEROINE : Just turned fifteen Scarlett Martin. Scarlett is a fairly grounded teenager who helps her family keep the Hopewell in working condition. She has a closet dream of being a writer and a more urgent dream of not being flat broke. Scarlett has also been given the resp [...]
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Melissa McShane Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Scarlett's family owns a hotel in New York City that used to be famous, but now is just run-down and going bankrupt. They have to let the cook go the morning of Scarlett's fifteenth birthday, ruining the family tradition of an amazing breakfast; her older sister Lola keeps coming to her to keep their parents from finding out she's skipping out on her job to be with her incredibly wealthy boyfriend; her older brother wants her help keeping their parents from finding out his new acting gig isn't a [...]
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Stacey (prettybooks) Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
It had been a while since I picked up a Maureen Johnson book. I last read 13 Little Blue Envelopes and The Name of the Star back in 2011 and so I thought it was about time to try some of her earlier young adult contemporary novels, since they were newly published in the UK. I was under the impression that they were nearer the fluffy end of contemporary – not that there's anything wrong with that, I just usually go for either 'really sad' or 'witty and really cute' – but what I found was that [...]
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Ashlie L'Homme-Mueller Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Though Maureen Johnson maintains an almost detached sort of tone throughout her writing, what makes it work is the drive of the story and characters. Fortunately for Johnson, each one is successful.Scarlett Martin is one of the four Martin siblings who live with their family in the once-extravagant Hopewell Hotel. At age fifteen, each acquires a room to take care of. It just so happens on Scarlett’s fifteenth birthday, a permanent guest takes up residence in the Empire Suite she is to care for [...]
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Lizzie Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
In all ways, really, it's a 3-star book that gets an extra star for these reasons: Maureen Johnson's NYC is a super great setting, and she probably should do all her writing this way. Also, she of course knows her theater people, and when Mrs. Amberson shows up and out-crazies everyone and whisks Scarlett all around to wacky and illegal things, digging up her old life and the old city, it's super excellent. More of that. In general, a lot of detail surprised me -- the city, the crumbly hotel, pe [...]
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Jennifer Oct 29, 2020 - 07:13 AM
Suite Scarlett is a novel that gives off the feeling of perky innocence. The main character, Scarlett Martin, is so easy easy to like that you're immediately swept up into her wholesome personality. Suite Scarlett strays very far from my usual young adult tastes for paranormal or scandalous books and at times I found myself wondering where the big conflict in the plot was. Of course, Suite Scarlett is realistic fiction, and therefore the big conflict was all those little things along the way - h [...]
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Suite Scarlett By Maureen Johnson Her new summer job comes with baggage Scarlett Martin has grown up in a most unusual way Her family owns the Hopewell, a small hotel in the heart of New York City, and Scarlett lives there with her three siblings Spencer, Lola, and Marlene When each of the Martins turns fifteen, they are expected to take over the care of a suite in the once elegant, now shabby Art DeHer new summer job comes with baggage Scarlett Martin has grown up in a most unusual way Her family owns the Hopewell, a small hotel in the heart of New York City, and Scarlett lives there with her three siblings Spencer, Lola, and Marlene When each of the Martins turns fifteen, they are expected to take over the care of a suite in the once elegant, now shabby Art Deco hotel For Scarlett s fifteenth birthday, she gets both a room called the Empire Suite, and a permanent guest called Mrs Amberson Scarlett doesn t quite know what to make of this C list starlet, world traveler, and aspiring autobiographer who wants to take over her life And when she meets Eric, an astonishingly gorgeous actor who has just moved to the city, her summer takes a second unexpected turn Before the summer is over, Scarlett will have to survive a whirlwind of thievery, Broadway glamour, romantic missteps, and theatrical deceptions But in the city where anything can happen, she just might be able to pull it off Praise for Suite Scarlett I can t wait until my room at the Hopewell is ready Meg Cabot This book is made of funny and smart and whimsical deliciousness really, lick a page and taste for yourself Libba Bray I couldn t put it down Michele Jaffe I loved it E Lockhart An utterly winning, madcap Manhattan farce, crafted with a winking, urbane narrative and tight, wry dialogue ALA Booklist, starred review.

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