Alone in the Crowd book. This book gave me a bit of a headache, it was all to Camp Rock for my liking. Lynne is painfully shy but she loves songwriting and playing guitar, and a lead of a popular local band vows to find her no matter what. She's the voice he hears inside his head, the reason that's he's singing, he needs to find her. He g Source: I read this book online via Open Library. This book gave me a bit of a headache, it was all to Camp Rock for my liking
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When The Droids, Sweet Valley High's most popular rock band, announce a songwriting contest, Lynne enters it. But she is so insecure about her talent that she submits her song anonymously. As soon as they hear Lynne's song, The Droids know they've got a manner. Guy Chesney, the attractive lead guitarist for the band, vows to find the songwriter, no matter how long it takes. Only Elizabeth Wakefield knows Lynne's secret. Lynne and the Droids are such believable, dynamic characters. I'm only sorry more wasn't written about them. April 1986 : USA Mass Market Paperback.
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Alone in the Crowd (Sweet Valley High by Francine Pascal, Kate William ) Secret song. Lynne Henry is tall, awkward, and painfully shy. The one bright spot in her life is her songwriting. In her room, playing her guitar, Lynne forgets how lonely she is and becomes someone special. When The Droids, Sweet Valley High's most popular rock band, announce a songwriting contest, Lynne enters it.
Alone in the Crowd (May 1986). Bitter Rivals (July 1986). Sweet Valley High Slam Book (October 1988) This was a special diary-style slam book like that mentioned in book 48. Playing for Keeps (October 1988). Out of Reach (November 1988). Jessica the Genius (September 1995). College Weekend (October 1995).
Sweet Valley High is a teen/young adult fiction book series created by Francine Pascal. It has been written by Francine Pascal, along with several ghostwriters. Sweet Valley High books began in 1983 and ended 20 years later. There are over 152 books in the Sweet Valley High series. The series revolves around identical twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield living in the fictional town of Sweet Valley in Southern California.
Francine Pascal promises 'shocking' update on the progress of the much-loved Wakefield twins. The new book, Sweet Valley Confidential, takes place 12 years after the high school series, when the twins and their friends are in their late 20s and early 30s. It will, according to publisher St Martin's Press, see "the real world intrude after a perfect childhood". I've had thousand of queries from fans over the years wondering what Jessica and Elizabeth would be like as adults. Well, Sweet Valley Confidential should give them all the answers," said Pascal, who was originally inspired to write the series by the experiences of her three daughters . A film based on the Wakefield twins' high school years is also in the works, written and produced by Juno screenwriter Diablo Cody. Children and teenagers.