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Monday, January 9, 2012

Reading and Reviewing 15: Thunder Struck Hero

Thunder Struck Hero - What's the voice of a dead rock star doing inside Max's head?Thunder Struck Hero - What's the voice of a dead rock star doing inside Max's head? by Babs Annsetti and Eric Seiden

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Loving it so far ... great story, a few typos, not disruptive, though. As I've read on, the typos are far fewer, and the quality of character development is very rich. The author is able to work with both adult and teenage characters with credibility.

The main character, Max, begins the story as a science/math honors student, with virtually no interest in the arts. When lightning strikes him for the second time in twelve years, he is suddenly occupied by a wandering soul who had been a rock star twelve years prior. The rock star influences Max to pick up a guitar and play, giving the concert of his life (or death, as it is).

I am purposely writing this review before I finish the story, because I am wondering how the author will reconcile Max's infatuation with the rock star's daughter, once the rock star leaves Max's body and finds his way to heaven.

I highly recommend this story ... it is enjoyable, readable, clean, wholesome fun that can be shared with your own inner adolescent and your adolescents.

January 10, 2012 I finished the book - great ending, all around!

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