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Color Me Crazy by Carol Pavliska
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May 03, 2015

it was amazing

In this book you will meet Cleo, Julian, Addie, Sherry, Mitich, Sheik, those are the main characters,

The intrigue goes something like this. Julian is a well know guitarist and violonist, he is a genius in the music since an early age and his mother was pushig him towards perforing. Julian has is own way of dealing with life and what she’s brought to him. He as a way of seeing and associating all of his thoughts with color, it’s called systhesia.

His life was a bit messed up when he join the group called Slice, he was too young to deal with fame and with the episodes that he was having, he went the wong way and took drugs to help him deal with the performances and the fans that were following the group.

Addie introduce Cleo to Julian and their love/hate story begin. On Cleo’s bithday both Addie and Julian got invited to Cleo’s house and Sophie, Cleo’s mother, reveal to Julian that in the Compton’s family the ladies always go crazy with rock star guitarist. So Julian give her a silly grin and this is where their story start.

Julian own a recording studio and help low grade band to make demo and promote their songs. Cleo started helping Julian and took over a few chores to make the studio work smoothly. But Julian was offered to replace one of his friend in a band called Ded Ringer and he goes on tour with them and then all hell break loose.

In the process his self esteem has taken a dive and he thinks that Cleo doesn’t want anything to do with him.

Will he realise that he made a mistake and the only woman that he need to keep him stable is Cleo!!!!!

So if you want to find out more about their lives, you’ll have to read the book. Enjoy it as much as I did.
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April 29, 2015 – Finished Reading
May 3, 2015 – Shelved

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