After being accepted at a performing arts school, Emme, Carter, Sophie, and Ethan form friendships and begin to reassess their goals as musicians and actors . Take a Bow by Elizabeth Eulberg, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Four students at a high school for the performing arts find that sometimes life’s most important auditions happen off-stage.
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The book was a quick read, but it was really predictable which I didn’t love, but I stayed with it and read through to the end because I did want to know what happened, as much as I didn’t love my main characters, I still cared about what happened to them, even Sophie. Not once did I get confused as tqke who was talking or what was going on and it made the story flow so swiftly and perfectly – I loved it! Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.
Carter was interesting because I have never known someone like him and his situation is somewhat unique, being a child star. I loved the book very much, the only things I would change are just a few grammer things, and gt he way it ended. I just loved the rest of the characters.
The story, based on the familiar premise of artsy teens, shows surprising depth as it tackles issues including emotional vulnerability, authenticity and betrayal. Now, when I think of Take a Bow, three elements come to mind: Tapi pertengkarannya dengan Emme dulu selalu menginggatkannya agar menjadi pribadi yang lebih baik bukannya malah melukai diri sendiri.
You’ve got Carter, the former child star who is now a regular on a daytime soap and trying to decide if he’s actually still interested in acting. Her latest novel, Take A Bow has to be my favorite of her three books. Playing the perfect boyfriend, playing the perfect student, playing the perfect son. Di samping menjadi penyanyi utama, aku adalah cacat untuk band. Buy the selected items together This item: Told in second-person present-tense, this fantasy is styled after I think it’s safe to say that if I were asked to pick my top five favorite authors, Elizabeth Eulberg would without a doubt be one of those writers.
But being normal is about as hard for him as being famous.
I loved the premise, too. I really love how Eulberg approached these four different points of views and the way she entangled them to develop the story of these students. She has drawn out a plan to become famous, which also includes those around her.
This book reminded me A LOT of the movie “Fame,” with the overwhelming pressure these kids have to face. Kind of like a nostalgic trip to the not the distant past down memory lane. Take a Bow really makes me wish I didn’t have a rating system.
I already loved the premise before even turning to the first page, especially since I love music! I find it inspirational!
Looking for beautiful books? I can not say anything bad about this book except that it was very short and I wish it was longer since I became attached to the characters.
Apr 30, Nicole rated it liked it Shelves: God bless you all, though. And Ethan — I could not get enough of his point of view. I’m thinking specifically of his “No one will ever care for her as much I do” moment on pagebut it’s certainly not the only spot that made me worry.
Take a Bow by Elizabeth Eulberg Book Reviews
The book lagged and I had to force myself to finish it. He accepted the roll reluctantly, but became comfortable with the attention. This book is the story of four students in a performing arts high school. Your train is now — Amtrak engine noise — logize for this inconvenience. They were tragic tales.
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And, of course, with every fabulous contemporary, there’s a romance in the making! I just loved hating Sophie. This book means so much to me because next year is my senior year where I will have to discover which college I want to go to, how to best say goodbye to my high school friends and what job I want to prepare for.
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Take a Bow was every bit as magical as I was hoping for. I really got a kick out of the sections in the book dealing with the band, name – Teenage Kicks.
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