It's always a good book day when a deep, philosophy loving soul, writes fiction. Because you want him around to keep saving you. I consider Eliza one of the most weak, cowardly, pathetic heroines I had a chance to meet in a book. I was so bonded with Eliza that for three hundred and two pages I lived in her paper world, and kissed her rock-stars, and rode on her slow fucking chug a lug train. I am puzzed by all the five star reviews. Over time their feelings for each other grow into love, but then the Man or Winkle threatens to tear down everything Paul believes in. I connected with this book on so many different levels.
While I will thoroughly enjoy a great many things, I don't lose my noodle over a whole hell of a lot. I still can't write a review. You were right about one thing though. They always go for the shiny gimmicks. I got that she thought she was doing the right thing, but the way she went about it was completely out of line! Never have I believed in that statement more than now. As I got the chill and saw that these two people are meant to be.
You guys, look at me, look into my laser-boob eyes and listen to me. A credible love story with moments that will grip your heart and pancreas at the same time? I had to put the book down to get over the trauma of it all. You know being in the right place at the wrong time and Karma and all that Jazz …. A couple of things before I begin: First. They are the secrets we stash in our pockets and the weapons we carry like guns across our backs. And the way she used Loring to push Paul away to go on tour without her was a mistake coz that plan clearly backfired.
I hate these questions because half the time I am reading my smexy books and I feel a little embarrassed to share the titles especially According to my friends and family, I read a ridiculous amount of books. This book just about killed me! Through his recordings, we learn about Paul's feelings for Eliza, his band, his music and his attitude towards success. At the end of the song, we would applaud and beg him to do it again. Paul was incredibly stubborn and put obstacles in his own way all the time. We all need a little bit of Tiffanie-magic in this world. 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.
Sometimes we do it to stay alive. It was fate that Paul met Michael whom had a sister that happened to move to New York that happened to need an apartment. The story itself wasn't bad and I've got to give props to the author for the good work she did on the plot. I read this book shortly after Thoughtless while I was on a Rock Star kick. Man this lady can write. As I was reading, I had to stop and absorb the intensity of the connection.
I'd sell my soul to see you fly. All that what ifs are really brought out. Is that what you just said? Right off the bat I had a crush on him. I kept squinting at the bottom left hand of my kindle, wishing the number to magically turn into 99% done so the torture could be over. It means I stayed up until 2:00 am on a work night to finish it. In the end he'd been victimized, although to a certain degree it was his own fault.
Tear your heart out, break you, restore you, change your life, and save your heathen souls. Half the book I wanted to kill the heroine and the other half I was crying for her. Tiffanie DeBartolo, I feel like you just kicked my ass in a boxing match and I need to leave the ring on a stretcher. It's something special with her character development we don't usually see, something deep, something real. On a music standpoint, he's got strong convictions to not get bought by record execs and lose his voice, his soul. I know at one point the culprit went to explain themselves but was disheartened when they saw the result of what their actions had done.
How to Kill a Rock Star opened the ground I was walking on and swallowed me whole. We listen to the same music. Complications note the title ensue. I don't want my music tainted by Mr. No criminal is smart enough to beat Columbo. They both have to make decisions which will change their lives, and they both have to decide what is more important to them.
The build and the break. Yet the world doesn't get to see it because hardly anyone knows about this author - only a few of us have have the pleasure of experiencing her brilliance. I was a tiny bit shocked when I saw the ebook's price. I have news for you; you didn't break my heart. Or we sing about them. To attempt to discover the truth.