- File Size: 3468 KB
- Print Length: 306 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: DopplerPress; 1 edition (September 26, 2016)
- Publication Date: September 26, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LZXY9PY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,199 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
I'm with the Band Kindle Edition
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Once the demo tape is sent in, we have a time warp affect and the band packs up to leave for a week. (off-note: Michelle and the band remind me of the band “Crystalyne” Now, before that time Michael has never expressed himself as being a girl but he decides to take on the challenge of pretending to be one for the band (which reminded me of an the episode of “The Monkees” “Some Like it Lukewam”) and there isn’t too much complaining by everyone…come to think of it, Mike’s mother has a lot of issues that should be reined in or at least handled differently. Also, Kayla—and Mike’s feelings--should be brought in earlier.
The story does dive into the drama and excessively tiring world of Hollywood and music-it’s a jungle out there. The use of a Zak Efron-ish actor (am I dating myself with this reference or “The Monkees” one?), a lesbian soap star (warning, some may take offense to her involvement in a particular scene later on in the story as “a villain”) and an up and a young country star was a good combination but one could see the love triangle a mile away and one could also see who would come out as the good guy. Also, during that scene…how does Michelle remember it so vividly? It’s not bad…it’s a good scene…but I can’t see how she could tell what was real and what was imagined.
My biggest issue is with the mom and with the agency. She’s fourteen years old and traveling without a handler, assistant or some form of guardian while her mother is on the bus with John and the rest of the band? Granted, it’s a moot point but even older stars have a small entourage to help them. I realize too that this would impact how Tommy delivered the news to her.
I liked the story, it was a fast read and Michelle’s thoughts are realistic, such as her divided thoughts of Kayla (which should be mentioned earlier in the story) versus Tommy. There would be a lot to think about and the story does have him flip-flop back and forth but I didn’t see a true reason for the change…unless it was simply for stardom and that looked a bit shallow for Michelle. Her family may have stars in their eyes but she appeared to be real and to have her say that she wanted to have gender-reassignment surgery just for that…I couldn’t see it.
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