Take a Bow
From the fantastic author of The Lonely Hearts Club and Prom & Prejudice comes a story of all the drama and comedy of four friends who grow into themselves at a performing arts high school.Chasing fame. Chasing love. Chasing a future.Emme has long lived in her best friend Sophie's shadow. She... show more
From the fantastic author of The Lonely Hearts Club and Prom & Prejudice comes a story of all the drama and comedy of four friends who grow into themselves at a performing arts high school.Chasing fame. Chasing love. Chasing a future.Emme has long lived in her best friend Sophie's shadow. She writes songs, and Sophie sings them. It's always been like this, and feels like it always will be.Sophie will stop at nothing to be a star. Even if it means using her best friend and picking up a trophy boyfriend, Carter.Carter is a victim of a particular Hollywood curse: He's a former child star. Now all he wants is a normal life. But being normal is about as hard for him as being famous.Ethan has his own issues -- a darkness in his head that he just can't shake. He's managed to sabotage every relationship he's ever been in. Emme's the only girl he's ever really respected . . . but he's not sure what to do about that.
Publish date: February 1st 2013
Publisher: Scholastic Books
Pages no: 280
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Coming Of Age
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
, Young Adult Contemporary
This book immediately appealed to the fan girl in me who was obsessed with the first 3 seasons of Glee. A most enjoyable fun light hearted read about a group of teens in a prestigious school for performing and creative arts in New York. Centres on four characters, told from four different points...
adorable and fluffy (but not too fluffy) and lovely!
2 1/2 stars (Gosh, Goodreads, get half stars already!) ;). I wanted to LOVE this book. I was intrigued by the premise, and I enjoyed the idea of four POV...but I just felt like it was too simple. I loved the performing arts school angle, but I didn't feel like any of the characters got enough faceti...
I've read quite a few music-influenced stories in the last little while, and I was extremely happy with Take a Bow. It isn't exclusively about music, but about some students at a performing arts school. So, music, acting, painting, composing, and other fine arts rather than just music. :) I think th...
Take a Bow is a good book. Not an amazingly incredible book, but a good book. Perhaps I was expecting a little too much from the book, after having seen some rave reviews online, but I did feel a little let down after reading this one. After I posted this on a recent book haul, Jaime @ The Perpet...