Guitar Girl

Guitar Girl

Book - 2004
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Molly Montgomery discovers the high price of fame when her band, The Hormones, is joined by dangerous Dean and his friend T, and they become famous.
Publisher: New York : Dutton Children's Books, 2004, c2003.
ISBN: 9780142403181
0142403180
9780525472346
0525472347
Call Number: MANNING
Characteristics: 217 p. ; 22 cm

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Well, despite the rare typos and some bit of punctuation here and there, the first third made me want to forget and then recall at the last minute before having to get real interested in the rest of the story. It's about Molly Montgomery's rise to temporary fame with The Hormones, and I understood the reason why the mainstream boy bands in real life didn't last long enough after the debut hit single. Also, there was a love story with a bit of what I recalled from The Fault in Our Stars and the post bits from the iglovequotes on Tumblr. The advice: follow your heart and dreams to make it more achievable and realistic.

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