By Mary Amato
A "sweet tale of 2 diverse loners discovering their counterpoint" (School Library magazine) from a celebrity of country grasp and kid's selection lists making her YA debut. fresh YA with the emotional resonancy of John eco-friendly and Sarah Dessen.
On abnormal days, Tripp Broody makes use of a college perform room to set free on a borrowed guitar. Eyes closed, strumming that beat-up software, Tripp escapes to a global the place simply the tune matters.
On even days, Lyla Marks makes use of an identical perform room. To Tripp, she’s attempting to develop into much more perfect—she’s already a straight-A pupil and an award-winning cellist. but if Lyla begins leaving notes for him in among the strings of the guitar, his existence intersects with hers in a method he by no means expected.
What begins as a sequence of snippy notes quick blossoms into the sharing of pursuits and secrets and techniques and goals, and the forging of a really not likely friendship.
Challenging one another to jot down songs, they start to attach, although situations threaten to rip them apart.
From cherished writer Mary Amato comes a YA novel of wit and knowledge, either heartfelt and heartbreaking, concerning the strength of song and the unforeseen chords that draw us jointly.