Betrayal of the Band by Sarah Tipton

Betrayal of the Band by Sarah Tipton

  • Spirituality - High
  • Romance - Dating
  • Violence - Some

Life is messy, so is high school love. Zoey longs to sing on stage, but her garage band friends, Justin, and Sawyer are crushed when she dumps their band for a shot at lead vocals for the hot local band. Sawyer, the garage band’s drummer, who has issues with abandonment anyway, takes the news hard. Justin, on the other hand, supports Zoey’s decision hoping it is only temporary, but since Zoey is also his high school sweetheart, a rift seems inevitable. All three are destined for both pain and gain and evolution during this summer break before their senior year. Will their band and their relationships survive?

Betrayal of the Band features realistic and interesting characters, each with his or her own set of issues. The internal angst and relational interplay were fascinating, delving deeply into teenage dating relationships, friendship, forgiveness, and faith. The high school rock band scene was unique and the plot nicely intertwined the characters with compelling tension.

Age Range: 12 and up

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Watershed Books, 2017

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