Moving Neutral by Katy Atlas BOOK REVIEW

Format: Kindle Edition

File Size: 332 KB

Sold by: Amazon Digital Services

Language: English

Source: The author in exchange of an honest review

Genre: Young Adult


About the Author:

Katy Atlas graduated from Princeton University, where she majored in English and took courses in contemporary fiction, creative writing and playwriting. At Princeton, she wrote for the Daily Princetonian and published short fiction pieces in the Nassau Weekly.
A recent transplant from Manhattan, Katy now lives in Houston, Texas with her husband and two dogs.


Casey Snow is grounded for life... or at least until she leaves for college.

After driving her car into the side of her parents' garage, Casey is stuck filing papers in her mom's office during the day, and confined to her house on the weekends. Worst of all, she's not allowed to see her favorite band, Moving Neutral--whose lead guitarist, Blake Parker, just might be the love of Casey's life.

But with her best friend's help, Casey comes up with a plan to sneak out of her house for the concert. And as she's standing in line at a coffee shop near the show, everything changes. Because behind her is Blake Parker, ready to sweep her away for the best summer of her life.

My Review

Cassie Snow is your average girl, she is getting ready to go to Columbia and making plans with her BFF Madison to go to Moving Neutral´s Concert, but a chain of events might change the course of her summer and maybe her life.
Blake Parker doesn’t have a common bone in his body he´s young, sexy, romantic and is the lead guitarist of Moving Neutral, but some coffee and an autograph changed his ordinary Band tour summer into an extraordinary experience that will make his summer something to remember.
I really liked this book, it´s an easy and quick read, so much that I flew through the book in about 8 hours.
I liked the concept of the book, the hole met my favorite star and fall in love is a fantasy that we all had at some point on our lives kinda like prince charming and the Knight in shinny armor.
What I didn´t like.
There was no back story for the side characters, so we don’t get to know very much about them even though they are a constant through the book.
We keep hearing from Cassie how amazing Blake is but we never actually see it.
Her parent’s reaction when she got back after weeks away and her new “famous” status was too easy.
That being said, It´s really sweet and kept me expecting when was everything going to blow on Cassie´s face; it’s a very fun read I really liked the way they met again at the end of the book.


  1. Great review :-)

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    Viktoria @ http://ttoria.blogspot.com

  2. great review.i haven't read a lot of books based or about music..this looks good though.