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Diamond Star Halo, her second, was published earlier this month. She studied at UEA, and has taught creative writing there and elsewhere. She lives in the Welsh Marches. Rock'n'roll — from Robert Johnson to Jack White — is a coming-of-age sound that allows us to find ourselves, and maybe others. I love these novels because they attempt to capture threshold, anarchic times where anything might happen; that, to me is rock'n'roll. After all, rock'n'roll is a spectacle — of beauty, truth, all of that — and it's one you want to drink in.
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Jun 7, books based on votes: Just Listen by Sarah Dessen, If I Stay by Gayle Teen books about music, musicians, bands, musicals, etc.
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There are a lot of ways to be a rockstar, a classical virtuoso, or even a super fan. When funny, charming, absolutely-normal Audrey Cuttler dumps her boyfriend Evan, he writes a song about her that becomes a number-one hit and rockets Audrey to stardom! Suddenly, tabloid paparazzi are on her tail and Audrey can barely hang with her friends at concerts or the movies without getting mobbed? Her life will never be the same? Stella will do anything for her sick sister, Cara-even stand in line for an autographed Heartbreakers CD
Tattoos, luscious locks, and alpha-male musicians are the perfect recipe for a hot and heavy romance novel. The combination of fame, fortune, and steamy plotlines tempt readers looking to escape for a few hundred pages. While our heroes are usually leather-pants-wearing, long-haired hunks who can shred a guitar, our leading ladies vary from innocent good-girls to badass rockers in their own right. These suggestions, linked to their Booklist reviews when possible, are sure to having you rocking out in no time. Back-Up, by A.
Music just makes everything better, and these music-loving YA books are no exception. Audrey, Wait! This contemporary YA about a teen girl who finds unintentional fame as a muse for rock stars is one of my all-time favorite fun reads. Virtuosity , by Jessica Martinez. Some teens live to listen to music; Carmen lives to play it.