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Guitar girl
Sarra Manning
Teen Fiction MANNING

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Emilee said:
I thought that this was a pretty good book. It wasn't exactly what I expected. Molly forms a band with her two friends, Jane and Tara to help with the "girl revolution" and when Dean and his friend T see The Hormones (her band) play at one of her first gigs he wants to help make her better. But when they get a manager and become big, who can Molly really trust?
posted Jun 5, 2004
Camille said:
i thought this book was great! it is about a girl who starts a band and becomes really famous but she soon finds out that fame and fortune can be missleading! thats all i will tell you.
posted Sep 8, 2005
Safia said:
This book tells the in's and out's of a teenage girl's life--but it's not any normal teen. It's the life of a former teen rock 'n' roll sensation, Molly Montgomery, which the book starts out by telling she is being sued. Her lawyer tells her to remember everything that happened and to write it all down. Molly's story tells about the formation of her geek girl band and then their sudden rise to fame. For Molly there are a lot of firsts. Her first band, first gig, first recording contract, first tour, and even first kiss. But everything is not as great and glamourous as a rock star's life should seem. There's controlling parents and nights being the wallflower at wild parties. It is clear that Molly's naiveness will lead her to big trouble. This novel was quite different from what I expected, yet still captivated me.
posted Jun 28, 2006 at 3:36PM
Aimee said:
This book wasn’t at all what I expected. The begining starts out really good with three friends forming a band then hitting it big time. They end up getting mixed up with drugs and bad relationships in the end though. Not all books need to have all of that drama in it.
posted Jul 11, 2006 at 7:32PM
doviedisco said:
i loved this book so much. i hope that later on someone makes it into a movie, cause there needs to be more female rock bands out there (and i’m talkin mainstream) and if this book were made into a movie, it would show them what they were getting into with this industry...not to scare them away or anything *babbles* but i do think that girls need a kind of role model movie. i think that it would be a success.
posted Jun 4, 2007 at 5:36PM
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main characters Molly Montgomery
Age: 17
Fiesty; fragile; enjoys writing songs about Hello Kity and boys; enjoys playing music with her friends; they form a rock band called The Hormones; parents are overprotective and strict; suddendly turns famous and reaches stardom; loses her virginity and her self.

Friends with Molly; member of Molly's rock band.

Friends with Molly and Tara; member of their rock band.

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