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Guitar Girl by Sarra Manning

by Chevy

When I checked this book out from the library, I started reading just as we got in the car. I didn't put it down until I fell asleep in it. I really fancied the beginning and at first I really fancied Molly, because she reminded me some much of myself. However, after she met Dean and after their first rehearsal, the book really took a down fall. Molly started getting really immature and irrational and talking like she was in the third grade. There were some good parts but there were also a lot of dissappointments

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Tue Sep 11, 2007 3:36 pm
Alainna says...

I liked Guitar Girl's storyline but I also agree that Molly got slightly immature towards the end. I liked it when the band first formed and the first half of the book was better.


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Mon Sep 10, 2007 4:16 pm
Rydia says...

I read this one a few years back and I have to agree that the character of Molly declined towards the end. I wouldn't really recommend it to anyone.

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