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How To Kill A Rock Star by Tiffanie DeBartolo

How To Kill A Rock Star by Tiffanie DeBartolo

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5 Stars

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Meg's Review:

This Story follows Elisa Caelum a young writer, and Paul Hudson, super talented lead singer of the band Bananafish. They are both huge music lovers and this is one of the first of many things that draws them together. This book follows their very bumpy and challenging relationship and the challenges they face. disappearance's and Crazy surprises drive you to continue page after page in this book.
Did you really want to die?" "No one commits suicide because they want to die." "Then why do they do it?" "Because they want to stop the pain.”
You can feel the emotion in Tiffanie's writing. The way its written you become her and feel the pain the characters feel as well as the joy. Tiffanie has a knack for writing and it doesn't leave you wanting. With her writing you understand the pain that these two characters have had, and at some points in the book I was on the verge of tears. It has its heart wrenching moments. This book has some serious drop your jaw and blank your mind spots in it for sure. Half the book I wanted to kill the heroine and the other half I was crying for her. It is very easy to jump in Eliza's shoes in this book. I read this book shortly after Thoughtless while I was on a Rock Star kick. It didn't let down at all. Paul is mouth dropping delicious and doesn't leave you wanting. You can feel his love and devotion for Eliza. Its palpable while you read. “Eliza has the sky in her eyes and I’ve always wanted to touch the goddamn sky.” -Paul This book has a Love triangle that jaw drops just like Thoughtless, but its all its own. This was another book I couldn't put down. I was either pining for Paul, and ready to wring Eliza's neck, or I was the other way around. My only complaint about the book would have to be the ending. Don't get me wrong, it had a great ending but I was expecting a much more drama filled one than what was given. It kind of left me wishing there was more. None the less it was an amazing book and I did Love the ending it had. A Definitely Rock Star Read.

Synopsis:

Written in her wonderfully honest, edgy, passionate and often hilarious voice, Tiffanie DeBartolo tells the story of Eliza Caelum, a young music journalist, and Paul Hudson, a talented songwriter and lead singer of the band Bananafish. Eliza's reverence for rock is equaled only by Paul's, and the two fall wildly in love.

When Bananafish is signed by a big corporate label, and Paul is on his way to becoming a major rock star, Eliza must make a heartbreaking decision that leads to Paul's sudden disappearance and a surprise knock-your-socks-off ending.

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