Take It

  • Title: Take It
  • Author: Victoria Kinnaird
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Take It Fame comes at a price Not everyone can pay it Are you ready for everything to change This is your chance Take it Your favorite band is back Jack JJ and Forever Fading Echoes return in Take It The Kes
    Fame comes at a price Not everyone can pay it.Are you ready for everything to change This is your chance.Take it Your favorite band is back Jack, JJ and Forever Fading Echoes return in Take It The Keswick Chronicles Book 2 Getting the band together was the easy part Keeping the band together when fame and success come calling That s a whole other story

    • Take It « Victoria Kinnaird
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      Published :2019-08-08T01:16:04+00:00

    About Victoria Kinnaird


    1. Victoria Kinnaird lives in Glasgow, Scotland She graduated from the University of Strathclyde in 2009 with a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Journalism, Creative Writing and English Lit Victoria has been writing since she was 15 years old Victoria s debut novel The Red Sun Rises was released in September 2013 by Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly Publishing The groundbreaking novel, which was praised for featuring an all male teen love triangle, became an international bestseller on release day The couple at the heart of the story, Eren and Corbijn, were nominated for the Young Adult and Teen Reader s Book Couple of the Year award in 2013 and were the only gay couple to be featured The Red Sun Rises was the first book in The Red Sun Rises Trilogy The second book in the series, The Red Sun Rises Fire and Ash was released in March 2014 The third book in the series, The Red Sun Rises Seven Letters was released by Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly Publishing in March 2015 It would go on to hit 1 on UK s LGBT YA chart and 6 on US LGBT YA chart The Red Sun Rises , the first book in the series, also made the transition to audio in 2015 The Red Sun Rises Series boxset was released in September 2016 and featured the first three novels in the series, along with five short stories and exclusive character artwork In 2017, Eren Anderson and Corbijn Cohen won the fan voted Most Loveable Couple Award at Chapter Con.Following the success of The Red Sun Rises Series , Victoria released Fake It , a YA LGBT rock n roll romance Fake It is the first book in The Keswick Chronicles Fake It earned comparisons to The Breakfast Club, and was a judge selected finalist in the 2016 Rainbow Awards Victoria is continuing to work on The Keswick Chronicles , alongside her forthcoming LGBT YA superhero series The Lightning Project and a second three novel arc for The Red Sun Rises Series.


    504 Comments


    1. A great continuation to the story of everyone's favorite up-and-coming rock band.The pace was slower in this one compared to Fake It, but that only worked in its advantage. The book seemed more put together, somehow, in the narration and the storyline. All in all, this was a better reading experience (in my opinion) for me narration wise compared to Fake It.Storywise, I also liked this better. All the characters have matured and have more depth now. Especially Jack undergoes a big personal devel [...]

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    2. I was given an ARC of this book thanks to Victoria. I enjoyed this one as well as the last book, it just seemed a bit slower to me. I loved JJ and Jack again, in their struggles to find who they are and their place in life. This book had lots of feels, happiness, sorrow, and struggles in the crazy music world. It is a warm book how all the band mates are family first and protect and take care of one another. I am looking forward to next book in series.

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    3. We pick up with Forever Fading Echoes pursuing their dream of making music and touring. The kids are maturing and facing real success with the band. Can they keep it together as the band? Can they all survivor together or apart? Take an emotional ride with JJ, Jack, and the rest of the band/family. I know I felt a lot of different emotions with this one. I was happy, sad, wanted to strangle some people. Check this one out after you read Fake It.

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    4. I have waited a long time for the sequel to Fake It, and I can honestly say it was worth the wait. This book is the perfect follow-up. Beautifully written with a good plot, I was captivated from the first page till the last. The band has become an overnight success. A welcome but surprisingly fast result, which they all have to get used to. They cope with the fame each in their own way. And Jack has the hardest struggle to fight. The author captured the lives of the boys and girls perfectly. Sti [...]

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    5. A perfect continuation of the Keswick Chronicles.Five teens/young adults in a band that is beginning to launch at an accelerated speed. Not everyone can handle the pressure that the life of rock-n-rock will throw at them. See which of these band members struggle with the way their lives are changing. These five best friends struggle with the life of stardom, real life, and something they never thought could happen to one of them. What they go through are things no one ever wants to witness first [...]

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    6. Friends first, band second; a concept that flawlessly carried over from the first book. As Fading Echoes pursues their dreams and reaches success they face the difficulties that come with that success. They were just teenagers graduating high school and now they’re growing as new adults. As with the first book in the series, Fake It, you can feel the emotions that the characters are experiencing. There are times that my heart dropped, I teared up and I laughed. The detail used when describing [...]

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    7. Amazing sequel! JJ and Jack switched roles, with JJ taking charge of making the band a success, as insecure Jack fell apart. I loved JJ so much here, as both cocky frontman and devoted boyfriend; and I felt so proud of him. And Jack, sweet Jack, who always looked out for his friends, was the one who needed help this time. This series is fabulous, and this couple is just lovely. Impressive work from a talented writer!

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    8. I loved Jack & JJ!! I reread Fake It so my mind would refresh for Take It. I'm glad I did because it reminded me how much I love the main characters & their story. This story was a hard read I was nonstop crying from 40 percent until finished. My goodness, the angst & heartbreak had me losing it with the nasty ugly crying & heartache WOW But I made it through & finished the book with a smile on my face. Perfect ending & I So Can't Wait for book 3,Make It!

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    9. After reading the first book I was excited to get my hands on this one too! It didn’t disappoint. I love these characters even more than I did in the first book. Great story, well written, it just pulls you in.

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    10. I found this novel to be a real surprise. I have not read book one yet, and thought I may struggle to get into this one. I found the author has created a book that could be a standalone, but obviously reading book one, fills in the gaps and gives you a greater understanding of the characters.Book Two starts just before the band hit the big time and are about to go on the road again. Success is in their grasp and everything seems to be going well. JJ is lapping up being the front man of the band. [...]

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