“A high school music festival goes awry when a young prodigy disappears from the most infamous room in the Bellweather Hotel, in a whip-smart novel sparkling with dark and giddy humor.”
Welcome to my latest Book Revue – a quick, quirky way to review a book and know if it’s the right next read for you.
WHAT is it?
In five words: Mystery, Music, Artistry, Angst, Family
WHO should read it?
Folks who love music and/or thrillers, Young Adults with an appreciation for poetic language that defies their ages.
WHEN to read it?
In the dead of winter. Preferably with a white-out blizzard wailing outside your ice-frosted windows. Bring a blanket and wool socks.
WHY read it?
To loose yourself in a mystery about young artistic pressures, locations with hauntings that defy the traditional ‘bump in the night’ ghosts, and musical references that will have you downloading on iTunes as you read.
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To fight off that icy feeling that something is creeping up behind you
Keep it raw, people
Preferably ones that come pouring out of a possessed elevator
Film to FollowAll work and no play make Jack a dull boy.