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4.25  ·  Rating details ·  587 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Music DJ? Sure. Being the frontman of a popular band in a foreign country? Never in his wildest dreams. Anders finds himself living a cool life but at a price of projecting an effeminate image to the public. His fans love it. They’ve only known him since his makeover after his debut as a singer. They don’t know the manly Anders. But the girl he wants to notice him thinks h ...more
Paperback, 266 pages
Published February 12th 2018 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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May 24, 2018 rated it liked it
This is a contemporary YA novel that is perfect for fans of boy bands and overall the music industry and the making of a band. The main character Anders becomes a lead vocalist almost by chance and the band he is a part of is catapulted into fame almost overnight.

I liked the beginning of this novel. The surprise message an author receives from a mystery celebrity was a good way to pull a reader in. However, once the identity of the celebrity is established the book abruptly switches to past even
Jul 17, 2018 rated it really liked it
A love story with a difference.
This is the first novel from Emem Uko that I have read, but I'm certain that it won't be the last. 'Notice Me' is a teen love story that takes a different approach to the overly predictable and soppy novels that have become popular. Instead of the girl desperately approaching the boy, in 'Notice Me' the guy is hopelessly in love with a girl, who doesn't fall at his feet, despite him being the lead singer in a hugely successful boy band.

Anders has hit the big time,
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Jul 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing
We are all guilty of judging a book by its cover sometimes, and Anders is the victim when the girl of his dreams decides he is not her type. Probably not what Anders is expecting, considering he is the singer in a world famous boy band. A vast majority of his success came with a makeover that transformed him from your average guy into an androgynous and effeminate front man. When Anders changed, he didn't think his assumed character would become his identity. To get the girl does he really have ...more
Jul 23, 2018 rated it really liked it
Notice Me is written by Emem Uko, an up and coming young writer. This tale revolves around a young male singer, Anders who is the front of a boy band, The fans love him as he is gender neutral, appealing to a vast audience. However, Anders is conflicted, while he enjoys the adulation, he truly is in love with a girl, who may not love him back. His public persona is much different from his private life, and therein lies the problem. This is a different kind of story, one that will pull at your he ...more
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Jun 06, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Notice Me is a book filled with originality and energy the kind you only seem to discover from young writers full of passion. Uko’s cultural background comes across in her writing, and pop-cultural influences in the story. The subject matter isn’t something I’d particular go for myself, but it is written in a way that makes it accessible to someone like myself outside the perceived target demographic. There is certainly a revealed depth about the industry that never seemed apparent to me previou ...more
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Emem Uko, whose first name means “peace” in Annang, developed a love for story books and writing at an early age and blames it on her parents’ decision to buy her books instead of candy. She soon began writing her own stories and poems and in High School, a poem of hers

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