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This was a quick, fun read But I really disliked how, even though the story was told from 2 perspectives one in first person and one in third person the first person narrative really didn t differ from the third person narrative The This is one of the best books written in the 21st century, Ibi Kaslik is one of the most astounding novelists of the 21st century You re a lunatic if you don t realize this as soon as possible. Written from two perspectives in parallel the perspective of Rize, the trombonist of The Angel Riots, a rock band and the perspective of Jim, a young woman who becomes a violinist in the Divine Light, an orchestra.As the orch I like the way the author put together Jim s story of self discovery and innocence and Rize s train crash of a life as they become members of the The Angel Riots Their difference experiences from earlier on, as well as, the group grows in popularity and fame What chaos ensues them and how they dea I could re read this a thousand times Based on the real life story of BSS and Stars hitting the road for the first time. This book was supposedly based on stories about the band Broken Social scene I wanted to like this book a lotthan I did I was impressed with the beginning, but it fell flat. Very good, especially if you are a follower of the indie music scene. *FREE ☠ The Angel Riots ⇱ Acclaimed Author Ibi Kaslik Takes Readers Backstage With Up And Coming Montreal Band The Angel Riots On Their American Tour The Band S Story Unfolds Through The Eyes Of Jim, A Small Town Violin Prodigy Who Struggles With Her Past As Well As Her Present And Rize, An Emotionally Charged Trombone Player Who Is Stuck Playing Sidekick To His Best Friend, Charismatic Lead Singer Jules As The Band S Popularity Mounts, The Pressures Of Road Life And Success Begin To Complicate Relationships And The Angel Riots Chaotic World Threatens To Implode Dark And Dazzling, This Novel Will Firmly Establish Kaslik S Reputation As A Young Literary Talent Good writing Not too bad, though not my favourite book It got really good towards the end Very interesting look at the music industry. Finally started reading this and loving it I was afraid of the dense prose at first, but it flows like a good rock riff.