Audrey, Wait! by Robin Benway

June 6, 2008 at 11:38 am Leave a comment

Sixteen year old Audrey decides to break up with her boyfriend, who happens to be the lead singer in a local band. The last thing she hears as she leaves his house is him calling, “Audrey, wait.” The next week at a local club, the band debuts its new song, “Audrey, Wait!” about their break-up. It’s a catchy pop tune and soon the local college station is playing and then it gets picked up nationally. And Audrey’s life is turned upside down by the media attention she gets. This is “her” side of the story. And it’s written in a fun breezy voice, and for anyone who enjoys music – they’ll enjoy Audrey.

Another fun thing is the song lyrics that begin each chapter. And the ending is awesome. Audrey is smart, sarcastic and very likable.

So don’t wait – read “Audrey, wait!”

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