characters Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexander 107


characters Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexander

characters Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexander 107 ✓ [KINDLE] ❂ Solo By Kwame Alexander – Citybreakscheap.co.uk When the heart gets lost let the music find youBlade never asked for a life of the rich and famous In fact he’d give anything not to be the son of Rutherford Morrison a washed up rock star and drug When the heart gets lost let th[KINDLE] Solo By Kwame Alexander Citybreakscheap.co.uk When the heart gets lost let the music find youBlade never asked for a life of the rich and famous In fact he’d give anything not to be the son of Rutherford Morrison a washed up rock star and drug When the heart gets lost let the music find youBlade never asked for a life of the rich and famous In fact he’d give anything not to be the son of Ruthe.

Solo AUTHOR Kwame AlexandRford Morrison a washed up rock star and drug addict with delusions of a comeback Or to no longer be part of a family known most for lost potential failure and tragedy The one true light is his girlfriend Chapel but her parents have forbidden their relationship assuming—like many—that Blade will become just like his fatherIn reality the only thing Blade has in common with Rutherford is the music that lives inside them.

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Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexander ´ Rford Morrison a washed up rock star and drug addict with delusions of a comeback Or to no longer be part of a family known most for lost potential failure and tragedy The one true light is his girlfriend Chapel but her parents have forbidden their relationship assuming—like many—that Blade will become just like his fatherIn reality the only thing Blade has in common with Rutherford is the music that lives inside them. review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó Kwame Alexander

characters Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexander 107 Kwame Alexander is a poet educator and New York Times Bestselling author of books including The Crossover which received the John Newbery Medal for the Most Distinguished Contribution to American literature for Children the Coretta Scott King Author Award Honor The NCTE Charlotte Huck Honor the Lee Bennett Hopkins Poetry Award and the Passaic Poetry Prize Kwame writes for children.

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Kwame Alexander Ó 7 Free read But not even the songs that flow through Blade’s soul are enough when he’s faced with two unimaginable realities the threat of losing Chapel forever and the revelation of a long held family secret one that leaves him uestioning everything he thought was true All that remains is a letter and a ticket to Ghana—both of which could bring Blade the freedom and love he’s been searching for or leave him feeling even adrift..

10 Comments on "characters Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexander 107"

  • Jesse (JesseTheReader)

    characters Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexander 107 Solo AUTHOR Kwame AlexandI kind of have mixed feelings on this one I loved the writing style and the tone of the story but I wasn't a fan of the plot or the characters Both elements fell flat for me I did enjoy


  • mindful.librarian ☀️

    characters Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexander 107 Solo AUTHOR Kwame AlexandThank you to the #kidlitexchange network for the review copy of this book all opinions are my own SOLO is a rip through the pages can't put it down poetic YA masterpiece Told in text messages song lyrics and conversations in verse it tells the story of an alcoholic and addict rock star's son Blade has been burned by his father time after time and is still actively mourning the death of his mother years before when he receives life changing news that sends him on a uest across the world This book completely blew me away and showed me a side Kwame Alexander I haven't read before and introduced me to the work of Mary Rand Hess The soundtrack of this book is a who's who of classic rock and roll and stuck in my head the entire time I was


  • Sesana

    characters Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexander 107 Solo AUTHOR Kwame AlexandNicely written but Blade is every bit as self absorbed as his parents and never uite seems to realize that even though it sucks that his mother is dead and his father is an addict he's also privileged in that he has enough money to have virtually unlimited options in life and importantly a family who is as loving and supportive as they are damaged There's also a bit of a believability problem when it comes to his family secret his family is so damn rich and famous that it strains credibility for his family secret to actually be secret until somebody within his family reveals it to him which is all aside from the fact that there's no particular reason for it to have been a secret at all view spoilerThe you're actually secretly adopted plot is about twenty years out of date Private adoption or no it's vanishingly unlikely for anybody to hide from their own child that he was adopted until he was 18 any hide spoiler


  • Aj the Ravenous Reader

    characters Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexander 107 Solo AUTHOR Kwame AlexandThis was so unexpected I still maintain my stand against novels written in verse that mainly I am not a fan But like this recent novel I’ve read One by Sarah Crossan Solo worked uite well In fact it probably worked better for the entire theme of the story to be written in verse especially since Blade’s life story is a good narrative poetry with a good dose of tragedy and sprinkles of comedy and a little romance all combined Being the son of the famous rockstar gone wild Rutherford Blade seems always the butt of joke especially on social media Every milestone every special moment of his life he can rely on his dad to ruin it making him hate his life so much and his family name to the point of wishing to disown his family and this is where the saying be careful what you wish for comes in because the plot took a completely unexpected turn bringing our main character to Ghana South Africa and that’s


  • Bookishrealm

    characters Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexander 107 Solo AUTHOR Kwame AlexandThis review is late HAHA I definitely finished this two days ago TW substance abuse some parent neglectI am so ashamed to say that this is the first time that I've ever read Kwame Alexander I see his works a lot at my job and he's come highly recommended but I've never read his books Let me tell you right now This book was really good I had a hard time relating to Blade at times but I think the story's focus on family love grief and forgiveness was great Blade spends a l


  • Jodi Meadows

    characters Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexander 107 Solo AUTHOR Kwame AlexandI absolutely loved this book It was so beautiful and moving and I'm really happy I listened to the audio Not only is Kwame an excellent writer he's an amazing reader as well I really fell into this story There was so much passion and emotion behind the words the way music heals the for


  • My_Strange_Reading

    characters Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexander 107 Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexand#mystrangereading has made it's annual switch for the summer season I will be posting reviews here but also back on my Bookstagram ❤️📚


  • Kim Clifton

    characters Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexander 107 Solo AUTHOR Kwame AlexandI think what gets me in Kwame Alexander's books is how relatable the characters are even if their lives and interests are completely different from mine This book however had characters who were so outlandish I found it hard to even want to car


  • WhatIReallyRead

    characters Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexander 107 Solo AUTHOR Kwame AlexandThis was my first contemporary novel in verse And YA no less So how did it goFor me Solo was this big on poetryand this big on dramaWHAT I LIKED The novel in verse format was unusual and intriguing in its own way It had an interesting influence on the narrative Music plays a big role in the book I'm a music lover and a rock lover Also discovered some great songs that were mentioned in the book It was light and easy to read An enjoyable book really It made me curious about GhanaWHAT I DIDN'T LIKE So much DRAMA Seriously The characters were pretty flat cliche and unrealistic So was the plot You sort of agree to nod a


  • Jenny (Reading Envy)

    characters Solo AUTHOR Kwame Alexander 107 Solo AUTHOR Kwame AlexandI read this book for part of a YA reading challenge for the month of September I had heard good things about Kwame Alexander and how he makes poetry accessible to younger readers and writes appealing male characters For me the book was a bit too convenient between the privilege of the main character to the over the top badness of his father and the strange events that unfold that really can unfold because of the considerable wealth The songs at the end well I didn't think they were very good I suppose they do sound like the songs a teenaged boy would write I may just not be the right audience