Faithful And Devoted: Confessions Of A Music Addict
Both an ode to the joy of music and a cautionary tale of obsession, Jenna Rose Robbins’ coming-of-age adventure offers a glimpse into a subculture where unchecked fanaticism can lead to both euphoric and devastating consequences. As a love letter to fellow music addicts, the memoir of her time following Depeche Mode on the 1993 Devotional tour brings readers face to face with the artists she idolized, while speaking directly to the heart of every music fan.
Plot/Idea: 9 out of 10
Originality: 9 out of 10
Prose: 9 out of 10
Character/Execution: 10 out of 10
Overall: 9.25 out of 10
Plot: The book is well plotted and moves along at a good pace. This makes for an engaging and entertaining read.
Prose: There is a relaxed, friendly tone to the prose, as if the author has always known the reader. This pulls the reader into the author's journey.
Originality: This memoir is original. The author's story seems fresh and will stick with the reader.
Character Development: The author does an excellent job of turning herself and Marta, her pen pal from Spain, into a well developed characters. The two are funny and believable.
Date Submitted: April 11, 2017