Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Heavy Metal and You by Christopher Krovatin

Do you like to read about punk, gothic music or relationships? Well, you should read Heavy Metal and You by Christopher Krovatin. This book is about a teenager who's in a relationship with a girl named Melissa, but
there are times when he has to decide if he wants to be with his friends or his girlfriend. This author mentions some of the bands I know which made me get really involved in the story. I really recommend teenagers read this book if they are really into rock or if they like metal. The main characters are Melissa, Sam, Irish and Brent. Sam and Melissa meet each other and they love each other so much. Melissa, without saying a word, kissed Sam and Sam felt that night he was the happiest man in the whole world and he couldn't stop thinking about Melissa. This book is about a teenager who always talks about heavy metal and he's dippy-happy-scared-as-heck in love with a girl named Melissa. Sam loves to tell his girlfriend all he knows about heavy metal. Also Sam likes to get high with his friends and drink. He also likes to experience new things. Sam goes with his friends to get high and to drink and suddenly, when he's going back home with Irish and Brent, he sees Melissa with her friend. He acted like a total jerk to her because he didn't know how to act or what
to say since he was so high and drunk. The worst part was Irish puked all over and he got some on Melissa's shoes and she just looked at Sam with an angry face and left. After that night, Sam went to her apartment and apologized but she didn't know if she should forgive him or not. This book is really, really good. Anyone could read this book if they like to imagine how a relationship can go from good to bad to good or if they really like rock. I would give this book 10 out of 10 because it gives good descriptions and it makes you visualize everything that's happening in Sam's life and what he does with his friends and how much he love his girlfriend. You can also connect to this book in many ways.

Kerly A.

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