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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
Stone: Confessions of a Rock Star by CJ McWain is the story of a vain rock star. Stone is the epitome of a sexy rock star, with his long dark hair and revealing outfits. He is promised to Julie but, having been signed to tour in America, he wants to complete that first. Stone is a liar. Stone is selfish, spending years chasing after Cassy, a woman he simply cannot have. Liars always end up tripping themselves up and Stone is no exception. While he believes he is God’s gift, his life is built on cards – and the whole deck is about to come tumbling down around him. His lies have caught up with him and it is time for the truth to come out – and what better way to do it than in a journal, a book that the world will fall over themselves to read.
Stone: Confessions of a Rock Star was a pretty involved book. I must say that the characters were very likeable, especially the man himself, and the story unfolded very naturally. It wasn’t a difficult book to read, but it was one of those that you really couldn’t predict what was going to happen next. The development of this story was good and I believe that to be successful at writing this kind of book, you have to have a real flair for writing – CJ McWain clearly has that. A very good book.