Indigo Blues

Indigo Blues

by Danielle Joseph
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Indigo Blues 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 37 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
This one's about a girl name Indigo who becomes famous after Adam, from the band Blank Stare wrote a song about her. The band also becomes famous thanks to the song. And from there, both have to deal with stuff of their own. Indigo Blues was an okay book.
Burg More than 1 year ago
I walked away from this book with mixed feelings. The only way I can think of to try and explain why this is, is for me to break down my review into what I really liked about the novel and what left me wanting. For starters the whole idea behind this book is just great. Two teens date for a little while and then they go their separate ways, one more willingly than the other, which is usually the case in all breakups isn't it? Some time passes and the boy (Adam) and his band get their big break and are discovered by an agent/manager. What song changed their career's fate you ask? Why, it's the song Adam wrote about his break up and it's titled "Indigo Blues" after his ex-girlfriend's name. As much success as it's bringing Adam, the opposite can be said for Indigo. She becomes teased at school, hounded by the media and is made out to be some kind of a heart breaker. Not an equal outcome if you ask me. So for what I loved? Obviously the premise drew me in and kept me interested throughout. Indigo was very real for me. She didn't come across as being a super pumped up character, but instead was a very believable one. I would have reacted similarly in her situation for the most part. As much as I liked Indigo, her younger brother Eli stole the show for me. Definitely my favorite out of the cast. He was quirky, witty and slightly nerdy, but most of all he was downright adorable. Indigo and Eli had the sibling rivalry going on, but his reactions to her teasing threats and his strange habits had me falling in love instantly. Now to the thing that I'm just not sure about. The ending. I was not happy with the ending and it left me unsatisfied. I get that Danielle Joseph may not have wanted to write a cookie cutter ending but for me it was too abrupt. I'm not into spoiling a book for others but I just thought this could have gone a different direction than Joseph took it and I was disappointed. Oh well, it happens but unfortunately now I'm not sure how I really feel about the book, the ending is such a large factor for me when I'm reading. So I'm left frustrated, bummer right? So I remain on the fence and leave it to other readers to check it out for themselves and see what they think, I'm not sure whether I want to sway anyone one way or the other.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was interesting, but you could tell that there would be a "happily ever after" ending. Still, reading the book about how Adam wrote the hit song just because he was mad and probably sad that Indigo broke up with him. Quite a bit of rated r parts, more for 13 and up, but I'm 12 and I still read it. Anyways, not the best book I have ever read, but I would still recommend getting it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good story. Aweful ending
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book untill you get to the ending. It was very awkwardly ended. It should have went on a few more chapters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
*SPOILER ALERT* This book really interested me, yet I hated most of it. Who does Adam think he is? Just because he's a rock star doesn't mean he should get to write a song about his ex (who he'd been dating only for three months) that makes her sound terrible, then get HER to apologize to HIM? What did she do wrong? Relationships end all the time, why does Adam get to make it such a big deal? He made it sound like they were engaged or something. And it was very sexual and curses flew at any point the author could let them. It was a good book pointed in the wrong direction.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An interesting plot but it never really went anywhere. The ending was kinda abrupt.
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I really enjoyed this story. It was a good two sided story of Indigo and Adam. I would love to read a sequel to this story. I recommend it for a cute love story
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I really enjoyed this book! I read it im one day. Even though it was 164 pages it took me a while to read. GREAT book i would recomend it to anyone. I didnt like tge ending thought. This book deffinatly satisfied me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great plot great complex characters. Definitely recommended!
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I really loved the book. But in the end it was sorta rushed. That makes you think there would be anext one
CesegeDemaine More than 1 year ago
The characters were well developed but the plot line dropped off after a while. I enjoyed the overall main point of the book but was disappointed about the quick ending. It almost seemed like the author needed to get the book finished so she decided to just end it where she was. I wanted to know what happens after the TV show? How does the world receive their interview? Why would they end up back together? And did Adam end up writing a new hit single or did the band end up a one hit wonder?