Forte Review

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This is a book about a teenage girl who is moved to a little town when her mom decides to move back home. She plays piano and her mother says the move will be good for her piano. She does not understand what her mom is talking about. Shortly after moving to the new town she gets told to try out for volleyball by the coach, even though she has never played before. She tries out and has an odd encounter that makes her really good at volleyball. She makes the team and learns about a blue drink that the team drinks before games. Her mother tells he not to drink it and that it is bad for her. She thinks her mom is over reacting and the rest of the team looks fine. She starts to drink the blue drink with the team and becomes stronger and faster and better at volleyball and other physical activities. But soon she is unable to play her piano and her mother comes clean about what is going on. Now it is up to her to help everyone else.

This book is written well and draws you in. Once you start reading you will want to finish and find out what is going on in this crazy little town. I enjoyed reading this book and would recommend it to others. I love how the artistic people all have a different focus in this book. The characters are very well developed and I enjoyed them! This is a pretty short book and can be read pretty quickly if you enjoy the story.

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**I received this product for free or a discounted price in exchange for an honest unbiased review. This has not influenced my opinions on the product! I have written honestly about my feelings and experiences with the product. I have no connection with the company and I have not been compensated for this review other than the product.**

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