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Posted January 27, 2012
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Mary Saint is the main character and very interesting. She is not your typical lead singer or musician. She marches to the beat of her own drum. The author provides the reader with details from Mary's past, including her touring and band experiences, as well as her current turmoil. What do you do after you are a lead singer? Mary still deals with the death of her boyfriend, Garbagio, and the disbanding of Sliced Ham (her former band).
Mary's character was memorable and enjoyable. She seems so raw and real in the novel. Thaddeus, her best friend, is a compassionate character. The reader will be able to tell that he clearly cares for Mary and wants what is best for her. Jean, Mary's mother, comes off as a bit cold. She doesn't seem to have her daughter in mind most of the time and doesn't appear to care overly much for her. The other secondary characters were kind of just there, they didn't add much to the story.
Mary's story is interesting and fun to read. If the reader enjoys musician stories, band stories, etc... this is a book that he/she will love. The author herself writes from a knowledgeable base, the reader can believe much of Mary's story. The book can be comical as well as serious. The events are well-written and flow perfectly. This novel is recommended to adult readers.
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Posted January 23, 2012
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