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The Next Big Thing by Judy Waite

The Next Big Thing

by Judy Waite

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0192753932, Paperback)

Elliot is the next big thing! Discovered singing in a garage, he's scooped up, signed up and tied up by a major record company. Before he knows it, the world is at his feet: everybody wants a piece of the Elliot brand. But Elliot's not sure he wants to be a brand. All he wants to do is sing. It seems, though, that that's too much to ask. As he sees his dreams slowly turn into a nightmare, he's desperate to get back to the life, he'd been so quick to leave behind. But can he fit in there now? And will anybody - his new manager and new friends, his mates and, most importantly, his girlfriend Anna - understand his decision?

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:09:49 -0400)

Discovered singing in a garage, Elliot is the next big thing. Before he knows it, he's been scooped up, signed up and tied up by a major record company, and he now has the world at his feet. Everyone now wants a piece of the Elliot brand; trouble is, Elliot is not sure he really wants to be a brand.… (more)

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