Book Review: Take A Bow by Elizabeth Eulberg

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

Genre: Realistic Fiction

Age Recommended: 14 and up

Take a Bow was a fabulous book that told the life story of a girl in high school. Dealing with a band, backstabbing best friends, and unknown admirers, this book was very interesting.

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Emme has always lived in her friend, Sophie’s, shadow. Emme is an amazing songwriter but it is Sophie, not Emme, who has the talent for singing.

Sophie is a wannabe star and Emme’s best friend. She will stop at nothing to be famous. Even if it means using Emme to get there.

Carter has grown up in the acting profession. He’s finally ready to live a normal life ad pursue his dream of being in an artist but he doesn’t know how to explain all of that to his mother.  Carter and Sophie are dating but he doesn’t know how to respond to her using Emme.

Ethan has his own problems. He’s been in many relationships but they all end up with him cheating on the girl. He also has somewhat of an alcohol obsession. Ethan also has had a crush on Emme for ages but doesn’t know how to tell her.

Emme and Ethan are part of a band, the Teenage Kicks, along with Jack and Ben, two more seniors. These four together, are an amazing group, but they are yet to reach the limit of their capabilities.

These teenagers are in their senior year in the New York High School and Center for Performing Arts, and things are getting heated up. They are all competing for spots at the Senior Showcase. Sophie is desperate, and she will do anything she can to sabotage everybody else’s chances.

Will they figure out the plan of betrayal, backstabbing, and espionage before it’s too late?

If you would like to buy this book, you can buy it here: Take a Bow

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