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The Day The Music Died [NOOK Book]

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Every generation has its voice. For troubled teen Grace Hoppe, it is a pop star Chad Carter-Stefano. When her idol dies tragically, Grace struggles to find hope. When her idol appears to her in a dream, Grace is convinced she needs to share his one last message with the world.

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The Day The Music Died

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Overview

Every generation has its voice. For troubled teen Grace Hoppe, it is a pop star Chad Carter-Stefano. When her idol dies tragically, Grace struggles to find hope. When her idol appears to her in a dream, Grace is convinced she needs to share his one last message with the world.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044606111
  • Publisher: Michael Hammond
  • Publication date: 6/21/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 563,112
  • File size: 94 KB

Meet the Author

Michael has been writing for close to a decade. A former reporter and radio personality, Michael has worked for the Canadian Press, Waterloo Region Record, Ottawa Sun, Peterborough Examiner and a number of other publications. His first novel, Redemption Song, was published in print in 2006 by Baico Publishing. The book was a featured bestseller on CanadaBooksOnline.com. Michael lives in Ottawa, Canada with his wife and daughter.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 13, 2013

    Short

    This was a short story but with it I liked how the author ommited things. It left you to figure it out for yourself.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2013

    6 pages long. Beliveable, well written, just too short, choppy and first person.

    I do not like books written in the first person. This six page book was too short, without out enough before and after detail. The reader does not how old Grace is. She is old enough to drive and works at a pizza parlor, lives at home, but she could be sixteen or eighteen, which would make a difference. A lot of questions are not resolved. This fast read could be real life, but it simply left me wanting to know more and feeling unsatisfied. Did the agent die? Was Grace arrested? Was she deemed insane by the courts, or her parents? Why was her incarceration so long? What was the song about? Why did she not ask someone for help from her father's abuse? Overall not bad, could be excellant with more story and details.

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