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Maggie's mother is dead, her father is broken, and all her old friends are drifting away. Now, some guy at school is starting a rock band. Maggie doesn't play an instrument, but the guy doesn't know that. What does she have to lose? ISBN: 1493513001 (New Cover Edition, 2017) Maggie's mother is dead, her father is broken, and all her old friends are drifting away. Now, some guy at school is starting a rock band. Maggie doesn't play an instrument, but the guy doesn't know that. What does she have to lose? ISBN: 1493513001 (New Cover Edition, 2017)


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Maggie's mother is dead, her father is broken, and all her old friends are drifting away. Now, some guy at school is starting a rock band. Maggie doesn't play an instrument, but the guy doesn't know that. What does she have to lose? ISBN: 1493513001 (New Cover Edition, 2017) Maggie's mother is dead, her father is broken, and all her old friends are drifting away. Now, some guy at school is starting a rock band. Maggie doesn't play an instrument, but the guy doesn't know that. What does she have to lose? ISBN: 1493513001 (New Cover Edition, 2017)

41 review for A Punk Rock Love Song

  1. 4 out of 5

    Travis McGuire

    I enjoyed the simplicity of this story; a high school girl loses her mom, her dad's drinking a lot and she wants to play in a band. Though the plot was simple, the topics were deep, thought-provoking and emotional. A Punk Rock Love Song plays to anyone who's ever felt like they don't belong, anyone that has lost a loved one and anyone that is or has ever been at a pivotal point in their life when everything is confusing and beautiful all at once. C.I.'s use of language is excellent, the story flo I enjoyed the simplicity of this story; a high school girl loses her mom, her dad's drinking a lot and she wants to play in a band. Though the plot was simple, the topics were deep, thought-provoking and emotional. A Punk Rock Love Song plays to anyone who's ever felt like they don't belong, anyone that has lost a loved one and anyone that is or has ever been at a pivotal point in their life when everything is confusing and beautiful all at once. C.I.'s use of language is excellent, the story flows and goes by at a quick pace and remains intriguing all the way through. Anyone looking for a book that will make them laugh, smile, cry or cringe, this is it. It might even make you want to break out that old bass or guitar and join a band.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Cigno

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The story is simple and it is a story anyone can relate to. C.I. captures the essence of our teen years where the weight of the world seemed to hang in the balance of every single thing that happened to us. His use of language is perfectly consistent and superbly transports the reader into the mind of the main character, Maggie. The characters are well developed and I couldn't help but wish I was there hanging out with Maggie, Audrey, Emily, Aaron, Austin and Dami I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The story is simple and it is a story anyone can relate to. C.I. captures the essence of our teen years where the weight of the world seemed to hang in the balance of every single thing that happened to us. His use of language is perfectly consistent and superbly transports the reader into the mind of the main character, Maggie. The characters are well developed and I couldn't help but wish I was there hanging out with Maggie, Audrey, Emily, Aaron, Austin and Damian.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    I was given a copy by the author in exchange for an honest review Characters: The novel is in first person, narrated by 16 year old Maggie, an awkward high schooler trying to get over her mother's death. Other characters include her caring but alcoholic father, her awesome new friend Audrey, and a guy she has a super-crush on, Damian. This is one of the few novels I've read where I loved every character. You can't not feel bad for Maggie and her situation, but she manages to put a humorous spin I was given a copy by the author in exchange for an honest review Characters: The novel is in first person, narrated by 16 year old Maggie, an awkward high schooler trying to get over her mother's death. Other characters include her caring but alcoholic father, her awesome new friend Audrey, and a guy she has a super-crush on, Damian. This is one of the few novels I've read where I loved every character. You can't not feel bad for Maggie and her situation, but she manages to put a humorous spin on everything that had me laughing more than crying. Not only were the characters likable, but they are very well developed and easy to imagine in real life. Plot: Maggie has just lost her mother and is trying to deal with that in addition to her father's drinking and of course, all the nuances of being a unknown high school sophomore. When she sees a band poster, she decides to take her late mother's bass, practice, and try out. She doesn't make it but she is surprised to find that she loves playing so she starts her own band. Since she puts herself out there, more people have the chance to see her warmth and charisma, helping her get over her past. Like I stated above, her story had me both laughing and crying. Writing: The novel is written as a narrative with Maggie's voice, and DeMann nailed it. I could honestly hear a shy 16 year old telling me her story as I was reading. Even though it is a young girl's perspective, the descriptions and dialogue were realistic and intriguing. DeMann's sentence structure and plot development are on-point. I would fully recommend A Punk Rock Love Song to all fans of young adult fiction, or anyone who has had a rough time and needs a laugh as well as a character to identify with.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kristi Housman Confessions of a YA Reader

    I was going to give the book 3-3.5 stars until the mention of New Found Glory. That alone made me go up to 4 stars. I bought this book based on the title. I love reading books with music as a big part of them. That was definitely my favorite part of the book. I also loved Audrey. She's the type of girl that I would hang out with. All the kids from the end of the book were pretty awesome. Maggie was ok. Her life was pretty crappy and I forgot how much teen girls focus on having a boyfriend and ho I was going to give the book 3-3.5 stars until the mention of New Found Glory. That alone made me go up to 4 stars. I bought this book based on the title. I love reading books with music as a big part of them. That was definitely my favorite part of the book. I also loved Audrey. She's the type of girl that I would hang out with. All the kids from the end of the book were pretty awesome. Maggie was ok. Her life was pretty crappy and I forgot how much teen girls focus on having a boyfriend and how selfish they can be. This book was a little more young adult than some of the other young adult books I've read. It's not a bad thing at all. Just took a little to get used to. Sometimes I forget those feelings that we all had and see them as immature now. I did feel for Maggie and her dad. I was happy to see some growth with both of their characters by the end of the book. Overall, I liked the book, but didn't quite love it. I would read more from the author.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Martha

    Engaging, touching, fun

  6. 4 out of 5

    Brittany

    A Punk Rock Love Song is a simplistic story. The main character’s mom has recently passed and her life was changed because of it. Her grief stricken dad does not provide her with the support she needs and is a crappy model of dealing with grief. While time has passed since her mother’s passing she still very much grieving her mother’s death. Shortly into the book Maggie, the main character, decides to try out for a band. Maggie finds solace in the bass because her mom used to play it. She decides A Punk Rock Love Song is a simplistic story. The main character’s mom has recently passed and her life was changed because of it. Her grief stricken dad does not provide her with the support she needs and is a crappy model of dealing with grief. While time has passed since her mother’s passing she still very much grieving her mother’s death. Shortly into the book Maggie, the main character, decides to try out for a band. Maggie finds solace in the bass because her mom used to play it. She decides to set up an audition time before even really starting to play the bass. Needless to say she doesn’t make the band but is a close second. After the rejection the story really begins. Its becomes a tale where one could easily find something relatable. Maggie continues to struggle with her mother’s death, attempts to take care of her broken and drunk father, and finds out the importance of being who she wants to be. A Punk Rock Love Song is “simply” good tale. It doesn’t take a lot out of you emotionally, or has you thinking a ton, a perfect bedtime story. Link to Post: http://thepassionatebookworms.com/rev...

  7. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    This book had some grammatical errors, and at times, the writing bothered me (Im not 100% sure why). But overall, this was a good book. It was cute, and it kept me interested enough to read the entire thing.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Harvey

    pretty good book. I enjoyed a lot about it. full review on my website www.the-book-tower.blogspot.co.uk pretty good book. I enjoyed a lot about it. full review on my website www.the-book-tower.blogspot.co.uk

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