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All My Friends: Eagle Rock, Book 3

By Michael Berry, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Teen rocker navigates the music biz in heartfelt finale.

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Mastery of an art form doesn't happen overnight, and this rockin' graphic novel showcases one teen's love of the guitar. All My Friends, written and illustrated by Hope Larson, brings together all the storylines from the previous two volumes and resolves them with humor and heart. The relationships between parents and kids ring true, as do the manuevers of L.A.'s musical in-crowd. Bina is an immensely likeable main character -- determined but a little dramatic at times. The supporting cast is full of relateable teens eager for the next big thing. Longtime readers will be satisfied by the ending, and there's no reason why further volumes couldn't be in the offing. Recommended for anyone who's wanted to play in a band or simply enjoys music.

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