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Road Trip (Diary of a Teenage Girl Series: Chloe #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2014

    Does laura get inyo DRUGS??????!!!!!!!!!


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  • Posted September 3, 2010

    this book was great!!!!!!!

    The book Diary of a Teenage Girl (road trip) is about Chloe, Allie and Laura, three girls traveling the country as a christan band named "Redemtion". They travel from church to churchplaying their music and preaching about God. After a few weeks on tour the girls get to open for an extremly popular band called "Iron Cross". the girls of Redemption and the guys of Iron Crossget along very well as they talk about their music and God. But when things look like their going great on the outside,secretly it couldent be worse. The bands bass player ,Laura , is geting addictied to Ritalin on the road. When Chloe first finds the empty bottle of Ritalin in the medicine cabinet, she suspects Laura had taken Allies medicationto make her less drowsy from her sleeping pills. After thanksgiving break Chloe confronts Laura about the pills, but Laura denies everything. But later in the tour Laura stops playing in tje middle of a song and crys on stage so Iron Crosses bass player,Michael,had to fill in for Laura the rest that concert. After that Laura stops dening her addiction and confronts her bandmates with her problem. They are all very understanding and they begin to pray for her. laura decides to tell the world about hger problem on a christmas special they were planing to play on. but when lauras mother hears her daughter saying she has a drug problem on TV she goes crazy and says Laura cant do the tour anymore. she does this because lauras sister ,Christan,had moved out of the house young because she had a drug problem as well. Before this Laura had hated the thought of useing drungs and that it was a terrible sin. But as lauras mother keeeps changing her mind about the tour the girls just have to keep praying that she'll make the right chose. This book taught me that if you open your heart to god then your life will follow in his path.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2003


    The Christian rock group Redemption is on its way to fame and glory when it signs a major contract and tour as the opening act for the highly regarded male group, Iron Cross. As the trio travels the road by bus, they will find trials and tribulations riding with them............................................ Chloe, Allie and Laura soon find the grind of touring taking its toll on each one of them. Laura seems off kilter, turning introspectively moodier by the minute. Chloe looks like she is ready to bolt for home every time a crowd gathers around the trio though she finds some solace with Allie¿s mom and her Down¿s syndrome brother. However, the one in deepest troubled waters is Allie, whose showing a growing dependence on drugs that could destroy her career and end Redemption¿s dreams of success.................... The latest teenage girl novel, ROAD TRIP, is an engaging look at the troubles of teen life especially those under the spotlight of fame. The story line may be Chloe¿s diary, but actually is mostly told in third person narration between the key cast members as each suffers from doubts and woes that make them so human instead of preachy paragons. Melody Carlson provides a warm, but frank Christian teen tale that will provide plenty of enjoyment yet inspire young and old to more than just tolerate others. Anyone who has not read the previous novels of this motivating interesting series such as I AM CHLOE will, like this reviewer, want to obtain them............... Harriet Klausner

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