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ISBN: 9781250095169368 Pages, Ages 12-18
Pure wish fulfillment for anyone who hasn’t gotten over the One Direction breakup
Charlie Bloom is happiest behind her camera, unseen and unnoticed. When former classmate Olly Samson gets in touch out of the blue, asking her to take backstage pictures of his new band, she takes him up on it. Charlie dreams of becoming a photographer, and it’ll be good experience.
But Olly’s band, Fire&Lights, isn’t playing ordinary gigs. They’re stars on the rise, the hottest boy band in the country—and Charlie is immediately catapulted into the band’s surreal world of paparazzi, sold-out arenas, and screaming fans. Soon enough, she becomes caught between Olly and Fire&Lights’ gorgeous but damaged frontman, Gabriel West. As the boys’ rivalry threatens to tear the band apart, Charlie stumbles on a secret about the band—and herself—hidden within the lyrics of their new #1 single.
Music. Fame. Heartbreak: Chris Russell's Songs about a Girl is the perfect next read for anyone who has ever wanted to say, “I'm with the band.”
Olly Samson was a normal eighteen-year-old, in almost every way.
He used to live around the corner from me, on Marchwood Avenue, before he left school. He was easygoing, a nice guy, and always seemed to have plenty of friends....
Praise for Songs About a Girl
“Highly relevant…compelling...readers will be eager for the story’s continuation.” —Publishers Weekly
“Page-turning romance from start to finish. This is the book that teenage dreams are made of!” —Serendipity Reviews
“Occasionally, a book will come along that shakes up the blogosphere completely. Bloggers have been crazy over Songs about a Girl, from exclaiming over how fun it is to read to freaking out over plot twist after plot twist...and now it's my turn!” —The Mile Long Bookshelf
“Any fangirl or fanboy will smile reading this book.” —The Queen of Teen Fiction