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I really liked this book I wish it picked up a little sooner, and I wish Cassie would have been honest a little sooner but it was a wonderful book The ending was perfect Blake seemed like a really good guy and I liked that He stuck by this thoughts and feelings and I liked that Sophie was awesome and Jesse and April annoyed me most of the book April was a bit h and Jesse always sided with her Wishing for another book from their time at Columbia deleting reviews if you want to take a look at them you can do so on my blog, link on my profile I freakin LOVED this book Blake Parker was your quintessential rockstar hottie, and it was easy to see how Casey fell for him I loved how reading this felt like you were on tour with Moving Neutral, especially the behind the scenes band dramatics and life on the tour bus The story seemed like it just might have ended on a cliffhanger, hopefully, and I m definitely hoping for a sequel Casey ran away with a rock star read a Disney rock star from her overprotective parents Oh,man,if my kid did this I would slap her senseless First of all I wouldn t raised her to be this stupid And since she got into a great college I don t think she is the type to run away when something doesn t go her way I think this book doesn t make any sense. I actually enjoyed the book even though I read a review that spoiled the ending Casey has just finished high school and is counting down the days until she starts Columbia in the Fall Casey and her best friend Madison are huge fans of the group Moving Neutral and are excited to go to their concert a few days after graduation A twist of fate leaves her grounded and unable to go to the concert so she sneaks off figuring that since she is grounded for the rest of the summer anyway there is not much her parents can do When they get to the concert Madison tries to get them backstage but that back fire and lands them kicked out of the concert They go to a coffee shop near the concert and that is where she meets Blake Parker the lead Guitarist and Casey s Love Madison and her decide to pretend they have no idea who he is because they don t want to see, like huge stacker fans A few hours together and she decides to go with them for a few shows because there is something between them they both would like to explore Casey ends up finishing the tour with the band growing close to Sophie the drummer After an amazing summer together, Blake finds out that she knew who he was and believes that she used him to be famous She ends up going back home because of it and her strict parents welcome her home realizing she is an adult and responsible It ends well even though I would have like Sophie to have made peace in the end and to have an epilogue where Blake and Casey are together making music but I guess the reader is to assume that The book is good and I would recommend it. I had been waiting for awhile, keeping my eye on this book and was so excited the day it went free The great things about when books go free is I can check it out, see how much I like the author and if I like the book, I will be likely to pay for another book from the same author It is a win win for everyone I can say with all honesty that I would definitely pay for another book by Katy Atlas I enjoyed the characters a lot, especially Blake He seemed so down to earth and honest that I couldn t help but love him The only thing that bugged me was the big lie in the book didn t seem like that big of a deal That s a pet peeve of mine with any book though It seems like something that would be SO easy to explain right when it happened is blown up because the lead female or male refuses to be honest right then I think the reason I liked the story line so much which was actually very fan fiction ish was because I could relate a little bit Casey s parents are a bit over protective She s over eighteen and still has an eleven p.m curfew I had parents like that I understand the reasoning now but when I was newly eighteen Not so much She wanted one last summer of freedom and fun and excitement before she got serious and settled down into college In my opinion, that is a very common feeling among kids straight of high school Her decisions may not have been wise and they may not have been overly rational but really, not all eighteen years are ration or wise Katy Atlas has a wonderful writing style that flowed well for me It was easy to read and follow and I wasn t distracted by disjointed sentences or poor grammar Casey s voice was very genuine and easy to relate to in most circumstances It was a quick, easy, fun read and I would recommend it Best of all No love triangles Besides, pretty girls never get carded An hour later, it was clear that either I wasn t that pretty, or pretty girls do, apparently, get carded in Cleveland.I kind of read this book on the bus to pass the time and I wasn t even going to rate it on Goodreads because I didn t really read it, just sort of skimmed It s a horrible, ridiculous book But it caught my attention every now and then because the author knows how to make me relate to Casey I felt Casey s frustration, fear, exasperation, relief, and exhilaration, I experienced her story right along with her I started getting caught up in the suspense of wondering when Blake would find out about Casey s lie and how he would react There are seriously unrealistic parts to the book, like Casey going on tour with her idol after one night of acquaintance, but there are some really interesting bits too I liked that Blake was so kind to Casey and that he wasn t sticking his tongue down her throat every page They have this really relaxed, slightly wishful lusting, mainly hugging, predominantly friends relationship I found this nice because Blake is like this mouth watering rockstar Because of Blake s stardom, Casey sort of just disregards everything else but him Blake could put out an album of dogs barking and ambulance sirens, and I d probably still buy it. It doesn t seem to be a very healthy relationship but at least she recognises that She s not only worrying about Blake discovering the truth but just dumping her in general. 3.5 starsTo be honest, when I think of this book I think of it like a wish fulfillment or fantasy situation I mean, the whole randomly bumping in your favourite singer and falling in love and going on tour with him It s the plot of a zillion fanfics out there It s incredibly unlikely to happen, and yet so much fun to read about Moving Neutral was predictable at times, but it definitely kept me reading.I would have liked to have gotten scenes of Casey and Blake falling for each other getting to know Blake instead of just hearing second hand about how awesome he is That s my only real complaint about the book, though I think this is one of those books that speak for themselves You know what you re getting when you choose to read the book, and it delivers on those expectations It s a book that isn t at all realistic, yet it s completely fun It s like candy in a book form, if that makes sense If you re looking for that fun, frothy type of contemporary read then this is definitely a great book for you. (Download Kindle) ñ Moving Neutral (Moving Neutral, #1) Ä Casey Snow Is Grounded For Life Or At Least Until She Leaves For College After Driving Her Car Into The Side Of Her Parents Garage, Casey Is Stuck Filing Papers In Her Mom S Office During The Day, And Confined To Her House On The Weekends Worst Of All, She S Not Allowed To See Her Favorite Band, Moving Neutral Whose Lead Guitarist, Blake Parker, Just Might Be The Love Of Casey S LifeBut With Her Best Friend S Help, Casey Comes Up With A Plan To Sneak Out Of Her House For The Concert And As She S Standing In Line At A Coffee Shop Near The Show, Everything Changes Because Behind Her Is Blake Parker, Ready To Sweep Her Away For The Best Summer Of Her Life so i removed one star because it kinda ended what the hell do i say to that , it was expected that he will go to Columbia, but she did lie and he got over that just because of a note sophie was like a BFF to Casey while they were on the road and in the end they just stop communicating , not a word after Casey send the dress back to her Casey s parents, i mean, she run away from home she is 18, but still, not a word and when she got back they got her everything she needs for moving to campus and there was no words about her famous status so, i guess if there were a sequel to this book that will answer all these this for me i would give it a 5 b c all in all i had a really great time reading this book