Seventeen-year-old Molly Montgomery never planned on becoming famous. Molly’s band, The Hormones, was just supposed to be about mucking around with. Manning’s first novel may be predictable, but Molly Montgomery’s compelling voice will pull in readers as she chronicles her quick rise to pop. This first novel may be predictable, but Molly Montgomery’s compelling voice will pull in readers as she chronicles her quick rise to pop star fame with her British.
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Tilly the Teacher Fairy brings happiness to schools everywhere. Readers won’t be surprised when Molly and Dean secretly become a couple, her manager shows his true colors, or party-girl bassist Jane lands in the hospital with an overdose.
When high school misfit Elise stumbles upon an underground indie club night, Start, she unexpectedly finds a place she belongs. But when naughty Jack Frost steals her magical sparkling golden loom, all the creations start to go wrong!
This story just left me with a bitter taste in my mouth, and a vague sort of sadness. It shows just how quickly “best intentions” can horrible spiral out of control and be “worst nightmare” Molly is in the midst of the whirlwind of stardom and trying to figure out who the sheep are – when she should know they are all wolves.
She’s somewhat taken aback when her little group starts to get attention and finds herself quickly out of her depth and struggling to find her way with a boatload of distractions pushing and pulling at her. Molly slips further and further away from her old life and straight into a tangled love-hate relationship with Dean.
And what I knew was that boys never fancied you back, and that working weekends in the Best Buys convenience store was slowly sucking the soul out of me, and that there wasn’t a problem in the world that couldn’t be helped with coprous amounts of choclate.
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She just buitar writing songs and playing music with her friends, Jane and Tara. Jul 06, karisakun rated it it was amazing Shelves: Soon The Hormones are front-page news, and their debut album is rocketing up the charts.
The story’s carefully developed characters and relationships, driven by tuned-in dialogue, make it realistic and compelling. They’re just okay, maybe even a little worse, but then along comes Dean, who pushes Molly’s buttons ever so much, but he promises super stardom if he and his friend T can join.
Want to Read saving…. Information for Information for Authors Information for Booksellers. It was sad, I’ll admit, but practical. Get it and you wont be dissapointed. The main charater Molly is the guitarist and singer. Sarra Manning is a teen queen extraordinaire.
Guitar Girl by Sarra Manning
Sep 18, anita rated it liked it Shelves: It’s telling you to be yourself. They meet people and find out what it’s like to live the rock star life. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. He runs hot and cold, argues all the time, but he has hints of deeper feelings that are as intriguing as they are confusing.
It’s probably not the most realistic of band-fiction novels: This is for you. He and T join the band to help the girls out. Jun 26, Jennifer H.
But life as a teenage rock star has its downside, and Molly’s gir, learning that fame doesn’t come for free. Doing it when you’re ready. Four stars for a great story with great characters. This book is a carbon copy of what wrong with that band, but you love this Molly. This book is a heart-breaker.
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Because it was only now, when I knew that I could guitxr stand to be near him again, that he was telling me what I’d always wanted to hear Give her a reason! As I said gitl a quick read which meant for me at times I didn’t feel like th e story didn’t develop itself as much as it could have and I would have liked more because by the end I thought it was over pretty quickly She’s so darn innocent as the book opens, a true naif, as my satire professor would have said.
But it aint all fun and games because Molly has to deal with a power abusing manager, the fact that Dean and her hate eachother or maybe they’re just pretending because they have the hots for eachotherand the effect that being in the spotlight can have on the young and famous. If you enjoy reading about Molly’s exploits as much as I did you might be pleased to know she has a saera cameo in another of Manning’s works ‘Let’s Get Lost’, another book I srara highly recommend.
To view it, click here. Molly is a force who is leading the band while trying to stay on task to empower other girls who are not noticed to started their own bands. The nitty gritty of rock and roll. View high res cover image.