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Good Times, Bad Boys

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2008

    Great Book!

    I bought this book because of the subject matter'love rock!'and really enjoyed this story. I liked the surprise ending, I didn't see it coming. The author made her characters believable. I will check out other books by this author.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2007

    love love love this book

    woooonderful book.. had me addicted the whooole time... i was sad when it ended.. the ending actually wasn't all that great which is why i just gave it a 4 rather than a 5... but i could just be bias because i was sad it was ending...

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    delightful lyrical chick lit tale

    In New York Echo Brennan writes for the Brooklyn Art & Times while dreaming of covering the superstars of rock and roll for either Rolling Stone or Disc magazines. After failing to fly from BATS into the big time, Echo decides to take charge of her career and her life. She cons her way into the VIP secret room at the in crowd¿s Edge Bar to persuade Jack Mantis and the Butter Flies to let her interview them as her first step. She kicks her musician boyfriend Matt Hanley out of her aprtment having given up on his ever making the record that he is capable of doing as her biggest leap forward. --- Matt is hurt by her dumping him though in some ways it is because he has become complacent. He writes a single about the loathome woman who destroyed him. The song is a sensational hit and Matt is not considered a one hit wonder or even the next big thing as he is the current big thing while Echo becomes the most hated person in music in two decrades. She is immortalzied along side of Donna the Prima Donna and Runaround Sue. This happened all because she wanted to start her life anew. --- Readers will appreciate this delightful lyrical chick lit tale starring a besieged woman who over night has become a legendary bad girl. The support cast, especially Matt, Echo¿s sister and best friend add depth to the fun tale. However, GOOD TIMES, BAD BOYS belongs to Echo, who is the star of this amusing show that looks closely at how heroes and villainesses are created. --- Harriet Klausner

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