Access Unlimited

Access Unlimited

by Alice Severin

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BN ID: 2940149455126
Publisher: Own Room Publishing
Publication date: 03/30/2014
Series: The Access Series , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 400
Sales rank: 383,033
File size: 520 KB

About the Author

Alice Severin is the author of Access All Areas, Access Restricted, and the latest in the series, Access Unlimited. She draws a great deal of inspiration from London, where she found like-minded people backstage and behind the scenes in the music business. Ms. Severin has been a delivery driver, a baker, a teacher, a copywriter, and a performance artist, among other things. Ms. Severin now lives in NYC and is sustained by loud music through headphones and messages from fans around the world.

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Access Unlimited 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Highly recommended series! ACCESS UNLIMITED is the third in the trilogy. It could easily be read as a standalone novel, though part of the joy is getting to know Tristan, its enigmatic rock star hero, slowly, much as its journalist narrator Lily does.  The early parts of the book have Lily adjusting to the rhythms of tour bus life. There’s a palpable sensation of ever-forward movement through exquisitely described urban landscapes. The back bedroom of the bus that she shares with her lover, Tristan, becomes a cocoon where they can retreat from the pressures of life on the road and the demands of Tristan’s fans. But bunking on the other side of the thin walls lies fellow bandmate AC, Tristan's oldest friend, whose quick wit and easy flirtations with Lily imperfectly conceal an inner loneliness. This is some beautiful writing, not a word wasted, with laugh-out loud funny dialogue and some story-advancing sex scenes that evoke such emotional and visceral intensity that to not be moved by them might mean that one does not have a pulse.  Its unblinking social commentary shows a world that venerates money and fame, callously indifferent to the earth’s natural beauty, or to the bonds of friendship and love. At its heart, it is a love story, exploring the question of what it means to form a bond with someone—not the things one merely says, but the actions one takes, when one values another’s happiness as one’s own. The characters will stay with you long after the last sentence. Rarely have I read a book that leaves me feeling as emotionally drained as this one did. Alice Severin is a writer to follow. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago