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Front Row: A Novel Paperback – January 1, 2015
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About the Author
Rebekah lives in Wisconsin with her husband, two daughters, a dog, and a cat. She enjoys going to concerts even though she's only getting older and more tired, shopping until her husband cuts her off, and indulging in junk food and wine. She's a city girl at heart but also finds joy in remote waterfalls and bridges. Rebekah keeps her skills sharp at her day job as a technical editor. No grammar or style error is getting past her. At least not twice.
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“...sardine-like quality to the crowd.”
“...indulge our voyeuristic tendencies.”
“...legs like water balloons about to break.”
The book details the struggles of a college girl's experiences as she tries to navigate her friends and their communal obsession of boy bands. It’s a little rough around the edges but flow and story will make you feel hurt and feel happy for her as you wonder how it will end.
I was resisting posting a review, in part because I don’t post reviews for most books. However, I feel if a book affects you enough you owe it to the author to post regardless.
Those who have been there—or who are there now—will recognize themselves somewhere in this book. As a writer, Rebekah Bryan has an unusual talent for adding the details that bring the people and places to life, while leaving out the details that would only get in the way. This gives the reader just what she needs to dive in, get lost, and make the story her own. Front Row is a lot of fun, with enough depth to be absorbing. I hope we see more from this author!
The story was fun and easy to read. I sat down and read it in one sitting!