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Kevin Emerson’s Exile trilogy combines the swoon-worthy romance of a Susane Colasanti novel with the rock ’n’ roll of Eleanor & Park. Packed with mystery and music, Kevin Emerson’s final volume in the Exile series is the pitch-perfect ending to Summer’s journey of self-discovery and love and an ode to music fans everywhere.
Catherine Summer Carlson has hit rock bottom. Her band, Dangerheart, is falling apart, and finding the last of the lost songs now seems impossible. Can the band pull together to outwit Candy Shell Records, stay one step ahead of the police, and find a way to get to London to unlock the Eli White mystery before it’s too late?
Summer knows that escaping to London would be the riskiest thing she’s ever done, but she also knows that this might be her and Dangerheart’s last chance of becoming the band they’ve always dreamed of being—and her last shot at figuring out what her heart really wants.
About the Author
Kevin Emerson is the author of the The Last Day on Mars and The Oceans between Stars, The Fellowship for Alien Detection, the Oliver Nocturne series, the Atlanteans trilogy, Breakout, and Carlos Is Gonna Get It. A former science teacher, Kevin is also a drummer and singer, most recently with his bands Northern Allies and The Board of Education. He lives in Seattle, Washington. You can visit him online at www.kevinemerson.net.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
After the ending of book 2, I was quite eager to see how it all ended. Summer has definitely grown through the series. I struggled with her in the beginning. In this book, she's has definitely recognized that she needs to wear her manager hat a bit less. I didn't do a reread, so I couldn't remember a lot of the background with the label and management people. There was enough for me to get by on and really I just wanted more Caleb time. Plot wise, it wasn't the epic finale it was expecting. It was a little quiet and subdued, yet somehow it really worked for the story. I would have liked a little more from the final chapter, but it's happy and hopeful and open. Overall, this has been a fun and quick to read series. **Huge thanks to Katherine Tegen Books and Edelweiss for providing the arc in exchange for an honest review**