Guitar Girl
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  • To find this book first check your local book stores and if you can't find it there go online and I know they have it there

    • by sadonna
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      Guitar Girl by Sara Manning is a book you can not pass up. The book starts out with three friends and they decide to start up a girl band.

      After there second gig two guys ask if they could join the band.

      Moll the lead singer did not want the guys to join because the band was supposed to be a girl band all about


      being a girl.

      Well her two friends in the band go behind her back and say the guys could join.

      Shortly after they practice a lot this guy approaches them at one of there gigs and asks if he could be there manager and the guy promised to make them big.

      Well not long after this guy named Paul becomes there manager it all starts ...


      • to go down hill.

        Molly was underage but as soon as she turned eighteen Paul made her sign a contract while she was drunk.

        Then Molly starts to fall in love with the lead guitarist in there band.

        Well that is all I’m going to reveal so you have to read the book to find out what happens.

        To me this book is catered towards

        teenage girls because of how it is told from the point of a teenage girl.

        This book is two hundred and seventeen pages long so it should not take you too long to read depending on how fast you read.

        To find this book first check your local book stores and if you can’t find it there go online and I know they have it there.

        Happy reading!




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