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Stealing the Show (Such Sweet Sorrow Trilogy)

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Lewis Champion is in love--total, hopeless, unrequited love--with Jubilee Marshfield. Which is complicated, because she's his best friend.

And even though his other best friend Shoe, and his awesome grandfather, Paps, are both rooting for him, Lewis can't get up the courage to tell her how he feels. He's always been a wallflower, watching people and making theories rather t
ebook, 200 pages
Published June 17th 2012 by ECRH Press
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Saying that this book is excellent would be an understatement. It is one of my favourites and I can't even recall how many time I've read it since it is absolutely terrific and takes my mind off things! It's a wonderful story about a hopelessly in love teenager called Lewis who cannot master the courage to tell his best friend, Jubilee Marshfield, about his love for her. His grandfather, Paps, and his other friend, Shoe, help him along the way – that is, until his grandfather dies from cancer.

I have so much to write about this book because it is so close to my heart. I am trying to converge and pencil some of my thoughts here but *reminder* they won't be enough for the hardwork of Baker Lawley. The connection between characters is just fantastic.

Generally, it's a wallflower thing:


The opening was mind blowing. The true picture of a one-sided love where the lover is a wallflower. I appreciate Barker Lawley for writing emotions and thoughts of a wallflower so naturally. I loved the firs
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Stealing the Show was one heck of an awesome book.

It tells the story of Lewis Champion whose grand father dies and leaves him a thrilling and seemingly impossible task of spreading his ashes in places asked for. Lewis takes the risk and embark on a road trip with his best friend Shoe and secret crush Jubilee Marshfield.

Bakers Lawley has packed this book with humor, romance, adventure and page after page of inspiration. The characters feel real and alive and more relate-able than ever. Lewis re
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This was really well written (other than the cussing :/) !! I'm excited for the next ones!!! XD
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Baker Lawley has worked as a septic system tester, a lifeguard, a school uniform salesman, an editor, a freelance writer, and currently as a Professor of Creative Writing and English. He is an award-winning writer of young adult novels, short stories, and writing guides, with stories published in prestigious literary journals like Copper Nickel, The Cream City Review, Eleven Eleven, and The Southe ...more
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