A New York Public Library 2017 Best Books for Teens selected title!
It's the start of Jordan Sun's junior year at the Kensington-Blaine
Boarding School for the Performing Arts. Unfortunately, she's an
Alto 2, which-in the musical theatre world-is sort of like being a
vulture in the wild: She has a spot in the ecosystem, but nobody's
falling over themselves to express their appreciation. So it's no
surprise when she gets shut out of the fall musical for the third
year straight. But then the school gets a mass email: A spot has
opened up in the Sharpshooters, Kensington's elite a cappella
octet. Worshiped . . . revered . . . all male. Desperate to prove
herself, Jordan auditions in her most convincing drag, and it turns
out that Jordan Sun, Tenor 1, is exactly what the Sharps are
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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 | Review by: Sue @ Crushingcinders
Sounding like a light heart-hearted musicy book I expected to fly through the pages, write a quick review and then forget all about the story. I was so wrong. This book surprised me by creeping right into my heart.
The characters so far removed from the paper doll characters I despise. Real, genuine characters flaws and all. Actually, I think their flaws made me like them even more. Diversity is the current buzz word and all for the right reasons, but sometimes books are written around the diverse characters and donít allow them space to be who they are. Noteworthy is not one of these books. With some unpredictable surprises, the characters revealed themselves in their own time. Naturally and beautifully.
Full review: http://crushingcinders.com/noteworthy-riley-redgate
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