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Resurrection Blues

3.08  ·  Rating Details ·  13 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
"The tale of a musician who leaves school for a life on the road."

Flynn Robinson is eighteen years old and has just made the most important decision of his life. Excited by an offer to play guitar in a top club band, he's decided to drop out of his last year of high school.

Naturally, his parents aren't too thrilled. Neither is his girlfriend, Julianne. But Flynn is driven
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Paperback, 200 pages
Published March 5th 2005 by Annick Press (first published 2005)
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Weston
Jun 08, 2012 Weston rated it it was amazing
As a musician, I can really appreciate this book in ways that some other people who read it cannot, I found the book hard to put down, and the plot actually made sense, which in some fictional books about musicians do not, I could actually relate to the main character on a personal level, and would recommend it to anyone and everyone who is interested in most music genres, in my opinion Mike Tanner made a gripping, convincing storyline and characters, and I thoroughly enjoyed it, my only ...more
Allison
Jan 04, 2010 Allison is currently reading it
This book,I actually enjoyed.
Its about a younger teen who drops out of school to join a
band with older band members.
but as he's in the band, he struggles with his family, school and his girlfriend. his parents dont really like the fact that hes out of school and dosen't want to attend coolege, he'd tather does what his uncle does and just travels around playing music everywhere.
useally, I like books about horror, and mystery butm this book I just pulled it off the shelf, started reading it, an
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Kind of a cool book. I would think that older teens who like music would enjoy reading this book.
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Mike Tanner was born in 1960 and grew up in Burnaby, B.C. Reading, music, and sports figured heavily in his childhood. Mike read classics, fantasy, and spy stuff, as well as a range of non-fiction. He taught himself guitar at age 15 and was soon performing with bands at high school dances and similar venues. He also took sports seriously, competing at the provincial level in track and field and ...more
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