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A bittersweet story of friendship and loyalty as two talented teens try to cope with the pressures of fame. It's a beautifully written, thought-provoking tale which deals honestly with the modern pressures of cyberbullying and social networking. What happens if you betray your best friend, on TV in front of millions? The whole world lines up to judge you. When singers Sashaand Rose reach the finals of Killer Act and are told that one of them must go - they make a decision that will change their lives...
A Piece of Passion from the Publisher, Barry Cunningham Grrrr … don’t you want to shake some TV talent show judges? But just when you think these competitions are all about wicked manipulation, real-life moments of humility and magic break through. Sophia Bennett’s new novel brilliantly shows both sides of the music game, and the perils of online fame and blame. My own ability to mime to pop songs is apparently not enough to qualify!
Betraying your best friend is bad enough, but what if it happens on TV, in front of millions? The whole world lines up to judge you.
Sasha and Rose are singers and best mates - together, they reach the finals of TV talent show Killer Act ...but there's a catch: one of them must go. Under the scrutiny of millions, they make a decision that will change their friendship, and their lives, for ever ...
Two girls. One huge mistake. Can they ever forgive each other?
|Publication date:||7th April 2016|
|Publisher:||Chicken House Ltd|
|Suitable for:||11+ readers, 13+ readers|
|Genres:||Romance / Relationship Stories|
Sophia Bennett’s debut novel, Threads, won The Times/Chicken House Children’s Fiction Competition in 2009. She has since published six further teen novels, including The Look and Love Song. Sophia has been called “the queen of teen dreams” by journalist Amanda Craig, for her exploration of the worlds of fashion, art and music. Her books have sold internationally to over 16 countries. Sophia lives with her family in Wandsworth, south west London Watch an interview with Sophia in this video:More About Sophia Bennett