Mini Review: The Frail Days by Gabrielle Prendergast

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The Frail Days by Gabrielle Prendergast

Publication Date: April 1st 2015
Details: Paperback, 128 pages
Publisher: Orca Books
ISBN: 9781459804647
Source:  Won from LibraryThing

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Summary: Stella needs a wild singer for her old-school rock band. When she and the guys in her band hear Tamara Donnelly nail the national anthem at a baseball game. Stella is not convinced Tamara is right for the band, but the guys are. When the band starts to build a local following, Stella and Tamara clash over the direction the band should take, forcing them both to consider what true musical collaboration means.

Review

The Frail Days was just an okay book for me. It has a great message but it’s a super fast read and I think that is why I can only give it two stars. I wish it had been longer. It just seemed like everything was happening too fast. It might have been a three star book if it was even 200 pages. It had everything it needed to be a good book, but unfortunately it was just okay.

If you want a fast, easy read, than you might want to check this one out. It might also be a good one for a kid that likes to read but can’t sit through bigger books. I wish I would have picked this up for a read-a-thon.

2 out of 5 stars

 

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