Scrapbook of an Unfound Songstress by Vicky Nolan – Book Review.

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Author : Vicky Nolan
Rating: 3/5



Review

Scrapbook of an Unfound Songstress by Vicky Nolan is a memoir of Vicky Nolan’s life. The book tells about how she worked hard to achieve her dream at a very young age. It’s not easily achieved what you want.

The memoir is about the struggles that she faced, the clarity that she got about what she actually want to do.

I liked the title and the cover of the book. It makes the reader curious to know what will happen next. The plot of the story is interesting but confusing. The plot shifted between Vicky’s perspective, lyrics, and her past. The shifting plots were unique but break the connection with the story making the reader confused. It was breaking the flow of the story.

The Narration of the story is crisp and amazing, keeping the reader hooked throughout. There are lyrics by the author wrote are inspiring and beautiful.

Every day the world keeps turning,
so don’t let it pass on by,
You can have what your heart is yearning,
got to climb on for the ride.

The writing style of the author is lucid and interesting. One can relate to the story from the very first page.
The language used by the author is simple and apt. The pace of the story is a bit slow.

The characters that the author made are inspiring and strong. The author explored the father-daughter relationship well. There are drama and dialogues which keeps the reader invested in.

Themes of love, passion, the family are expressed beautifully. It’s a quick and light read with a wonderful message.

Overall, it’s a book with different plot, engaging writing style and apt narration. A quick read.

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Summary

You’re a 15-year-old schoolgirl who has big dreams of becoming a pop star, and then one day you get your lucky break. Polydor records sends you to Copenhagen to make pop music – to make you a recording artist. You get back home and your future is looking brighter than ever – until the High Court writ hits the door mat – you’ve fallen out with your management and they have decided to sue. No, this isn’t a dream, this is now Vicky Nolan’s reality and fast becoming a nightmare, and all while still at school at the sweet age of sixteen.

Read about the trial, the family, Hollywood, London town, the glamour, the dog (eh?) and most importantly, the music. Curiouser and curiouser?

We always talk about ‘making it’ and fulfilling your dreams. The question is, what if you don’t? What happens next? Ultimately, this book speaks about life and family; its hopes and disappointments, its ups and downs. Scrapbook of an Unfound Songstress is in some way a story that speaks to us all, because in the end, the best stories are always true.

“I’m living my life as consequence of yesterday.
And all of my choices compliment my life today.
There may have been times I could have gone and lost my way, 
I could have, I would have, I should have, I don’t care – I’m here now.”

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. this book does sound like one i will enjoy. have recently read a couple of memoirs both of which i did like. will look for this one..

  2. Nice Blog, a good read

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