Take a Bow Chasing fame Chasing love Chasing a future Emme has long lived in her best friend Sophie s shadow She writes songs and Sophie sings them It s always been like this and feels like it always will be S

  • Title: Take a Bow
  • Author: Elizabeth Eulberg
  • ISBN: 9780545334747
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Chasing fame.Chasing love.Chasing a future.Emme has long lived in her best friend Sophie s shadow She writes songs, and Sophie sings them It s always been like this, and feels like it always will be.Sophie will stop at nothing to be a star Even if it means using her best friend and picking up a trophy boyfriend, Carter.Carter is a victim of a particular Hollywood curse Chasing fame.Chasing love.Chasing a future.Emme has long lived in her best friend Sophie s shadow She writes songs, and Sophie sings them It s always been like this, and feels like it always will be.Sophie will stop at nothing to be a star Even if it means using her best friend and picking up a trophy boyfriend, Carter.Carter is a victim of a particular Hollywood curse He s a former child star Now all he wants is a normal life But being normal is about as hard for him as being famous.Ethan has his own issues a darkness in his head that he just can t shake He s managed to sabotage every relationship he s ever been in Emme s the only girl he s ever really respected but he s not sure what to do about that.Emme, Sophie, Carter, and Ethan are all students at a performing arts school, where talent is the norm and fame is the goal But sometimes, being in the spotlight isn t as important as the people you re sharing it with as the four of them are going to find out in Elizabeth Eulberg s excellent new novel, which is about the auditions life puts us through every day, both big and small.

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    About "Elizabeth Eulberg"

    1. Elizabeth Eulberg

      The short and sweet version Elizabeth Eulberg was born and raised in Wisconsin before heading off to college at Syracuse University and making a career in the New York City book biz Now a full time writer, she is the author of The Lonely Hearts Club, Prom Prejudice, Take a Bow, Revenge of the Girl with the Great Personality, Better Off Friends, We Can Work it Out, Just Another Girl,, and The Great Shelby Holmes series She lives outside of Manhattan with her three guitars, two keyboards, and one drumstick.To check out the long version, head over to my webpage elizabetheulberg bio Also, I m not checking e mails on my , see my website for information on contacting me elizabetheulberg faq Happy reading

    165 thoughts on “Take a Bow”

    1. You know those books that are so adorable, so sweet, so subtly inspiring that they make you want to hug the author and all of the people involved in publishing them? Take a Bow is one of those books!My first thought after reading this was that I wanted to become a singer — which is completely untrue because I'm a writer-girl, and singing and I don't go together unless it involves broken windows. But Elizabeth Eulberg wrote this novel in a way that made me want to jump in and follow these four [...]

    2. I'll just start by saying this: the book was beautiful. I've read a few Elizabeth Eulberg books before and I can say with absolute certainty that none of them could quite compare to Take A Bow.I'll admit, I was initially skeptic about this one. Considering The Lonely Hearts Club and Prom and Prejudice I didn't actually expect much from this. If anything, I imagined this to be just as flat and lifeless. Maybe even worse, after I saw the format of the book: four different POVs. The only thought th [...]

    3. Jadi begini abis pulang jumatan lagi siap2 mau pergi ke kecamatan ngurus e ktp. tiba2 ada abang2 dari sebuah jasa pengiriman pos ngetok2 pager. disamperin dunk. trus dia bilang"ada kiriman paket"waaaaaaaaah, aseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeek *kliatannya kiriman buku soalna*"buat siapa" *basa basi*"nggggggg."*hening*"ini bener dengan dengan rumah" *nyebutin alamat ama nomer rumah*malah nanya dia"iya, betul buat siapa paketna?"*hening lagi*"anu anu " *menyerahkan paket tanpa mau nyebutin nama yang ada dialama [...]

    4. I found my favorite contemporary book of 2012 and my new favorite author!You have no idea how much I love this book. It such a cute, adorable book! Take a Bow follows four unique, talented teenagers: Emme, Ethan, Sophie and Carter. I loved all characters, especially the member of Teenage Kicks: Emme, Ethan, Jack and Ben. Jack and Ben cracked me up throughout the book. It’s been a long time since a book has made me smile this much throughout the book, and even after I finished it, I had a smile [...]

    5. While this title is likely to appeal to fans of Fame, Glee, and High School Musical, I was disappointed in it, perhaps because I've read books that cover the same terrain better. Four teens audition for spots in the prestigious New York City High School of the Creative and Performing Arts, and once they are accepted, the storyline shifts quickly to their senior year at the school. Talented songwriter Emme is painted with a sympathetic brush since she has talent to write and sing but hides that t [...]

    6. This. Book. Is. Absolutely. The. Best. Book. EVER!!!!!!! This book follows four teens and each one is completely different. Emme, I can relate to her so much. She is in her best friend's shadow her whole life. So she finally speaks out. But what is so different in this book than the many others I read, is because they go to an arts high school. Their high school requires them to RE-AUDITION just to stay in school. That is a lot of pressure if you do that four times a year.

    7. I very recently discovered Elizabeth Eulberg and have been working my way through her books. While I’ve enjoyed all of the ones I have read so far (especially Better off Friends), Take a Bow has become not just my favorite Eulberg book, but one of my favorite books of the year.I loved the characters. The story is told from the 1st person POV of four students at a prestigious arts school: Emme, Ethan, Sophie, and Carter. I really enjoyed each of their perspectives. I loved Emme and how kind sh [...]

    8. I won this book from First Reads. I used to sing and have big dreams of the spotlight which is part of why I entered to win this book.I will admit that I somewhat delayed reading this book because I used do pageants and acting classes and I used to sing. Part of me didn't really want to go back to that world, but it wasn't all that I thought it would be, so no harm done. I liked that the book jumped back and forth between Emme, Sophie, Carter and Ethan for their point of view. I also really lik [...]

    9. lecturasmayrayamonte.Del material del que están hechos los sueños es una novela juvenil, con una historia sobre adolescentes que están en su último año de Artes Creativas y Escénicas, y que en este último año encontrarán muchos problemas.La única cosa negativa que le he visto a la novela, empezando por ahí, es la cantidad de personajes que hay. Hay una barbaridad de protagonistas y todos nos cuentan la historia en determinados momentos, eso en un principio me costó asimilarlo. Ademá [...]

    10. 4.5/5 (A-)Going into Take a Bow, I have to admit I wasn't too sure what to expect, because the blurb is a bit vague. Also, while I enjoyed Ms Eulberg's previous books, I had some apprehension due to the blurb because I'm not a fan of high school drama and it seems inevitable in the story And indeed, there was some echoes of high school drama, but it definitively wasn't the focus of Take a Bow. I felt the book was more about friendships, their dreams and their journey :)So I really, really enjoye [...]

    11. Really 3.5. I have read one other book by Eulberg and after reading this book, I find that she writes books that equal a good sit back and enjoy kind of book.Take a Bow was enjoyable. I liked the characters. I cared about them and I enjoyed learning about them. Each chapter is written in a different perspectiveor each character has their own time. I actually found that I enjoyed Ethan's view points more than the other characters. However, my favorite character was Jack. He was so funny!Carter wa [...]

    12. read more: kubikelromance/2012/10Creative and Performing Arts (CPA) -Sekolah Seni Kreatif dan Pertunjukan, New York- merupakan salah satu sekolah seni pertunjukan paling bergengsi. Tempat di mana anak-anak muda memiliki bakat luar biasa, tempat di mana mereka menggapai impian. Ada empat kisah dalam buku ini, empat passion yang besar dalam diri mereka terhadap seni.EthanDia mempunyai bakat bermusik luar biasa, bisa memaninkan berbagai alat musik dan suaranya, jangan ditanya. Masalahnya, dia tidak [...]

    13. “A work in progress. And the possibilities are endless. (Eulberg 242)Truly, the above statement is the theme of Take A Bow by Elizabeth Eulberg that makes this one contemporary novel extraordinary. It is all about musically oriented students growing up during their senior year at a performing arts school. The amazing characters learn new amazing lessons each step of the way. None of them are perfect but they are each searching for an answer to the question: What should be the next step I take [...]

    14. Review posted to: Bookish Blog as part of the Contemporary Fiction Month feature. Visit for reviews, interviews, guests posts and giveaways!"Whoever said that people don't change was full of it. That or they never had a friend who wanted to be famous." Welcome to the New York City High School of Creative and Performing Arts, a place where talents thrive and dreams come true. That is, of course, if you work really hard, all the while managing not to crack under the insane pressure. Having a genui [...]

    15. I don't give out 4 stars easily. It takes a lot to impress me with a book (mostly because I'm picky and I know what I want). However, I went into Take a Bow with high expectations due to some extraordinary reviews, and I'll admit I was genuinely impressed with what Elizabeth Eulberg managed to pull off.Take a Bow follows 4 very different people through their journey at the School of Creative and Performing Arts in New York. This prestigious school is not your typical high school - it's essential [...]

    16. This wasn't an easy read and contemporary isn't usually my thing, but I wanted a change of pace after my last couple of books and hopefully I've kept this review fairly objective. Anyway, yeah, I had some problems reading this; it's a fairly interesting concept but the execution needs work. The book’s from an ensemble first person point of view, and each narrator (Sophie, Emme, Ethan, and Carter) alternates chapters, though that's not the problem. At least for me, it was pretty easy to tell wh [...]

    17. Habis menutup buku ini, komentar saya adalah "Aaaw, co cwiiit." Ya memang manis aja sih ceritanya, nggak ada konflik yang terlalu gimanaa gitu. Sesuai target pembaca kali ya. Kisah kasih dua musisi tuh emang selalu bikin gemes sih (nulisnya mengikuti gaya terjemahan buku ini *kedipin Momo*). Makanya dari kecil obsesi saya sebenarnya pingin jadi musisi, trus pacaran sama musisi juga (dan dimulailah edisi curcol) :DTapi berhubung keterbatasan dana dan niat, saya baru bisa punya piano waktu sudah k [...]

    18. I'm a huge fan of Elizabeth's books so I went into this with really high expectations- they were blown away! I absolutely adored this book!!!As with Elizabeth's prior books Take a Bow captures the teenage years perfectly. This book is the story of four students in a performing arts high school. I wasn't a performer in high school but the majority of my friends were in choir or theater so much of the competition and drama that takes place in the book was very familiar to me. The joy, the passion, [...]

    19. I really liked Elizabeth's first book, The Lonely Hearts' Club, so every time I see her books I'm alway super-enthusiastic to read them! Take A Bow wasn't really anything spectacular, though, only a very predictable story about a group of students all competing to perform in a concert, realize their dreams, etc. (Initially it's nice reading about their auditions/senior year, but as it progresses it gets rather dull and lengthy.)!While I picked up the book knowing that the plot would be vaguely c [...]

    20. For some reason, I just couldn't get into this book. And, I really, really wanted to like it. I LOVED The Lonely Hearts Club The Lonely Hearts Club- Elizaebth Eulberg really nailed everything in that one-but Take a Bow was unfortunately a disappointment.The characters are stereotypical and two dimensional in a very annoying way, and quite frankly it is a predictable read. Predictable is not necessarily a bad thing, but this novel is the boring sort of predictable In all, the setting of a perform [...]

    21. --- Take a Bow ---Plot: Ok. Saya sempat kaget dengan time skip-nya sih. Ternyata prolog toh.Penokohan: Oke.Gaya bercerita: Sudut pandang orang pertama, semuanya berbeda-beda tiap chapter.Emme, Carter, Ethan dan Sophie adalah empat orang yang memiliki alasan tertentu untuk masuk CPA. Sophie yang mengejar karir dan lampu sorot tentu saja memaksa sahabatnya, Emme untuk ikut masuk ke CPA. Meski berbakat, Emme tidak seperti Sophie yang percaya diri. Tapi jika itu demi sahabatnya, maka ia akan berusah [...]

    22. As a vocal performance major, this book really kind of spoke to me. Or, rather, shrieked at the top of its lungs at me. Unfortunately, the volume of its delivery (and all the other thinking going on in my head) made the message unclear. For me, reading this book was kind of like standing next to the Amtrak engine in Union Station at rush hour when the trains aren't running on schedule: The Amtrak engine is hissing and clacking and thrumming and sometimes groaning, and the other passengers are al [...]

    23. Take a Bow is a short but surprisingly emotional read, thrusting into the midst of a creative and performing arts school as four very different students try to find their way through their classes, their futures, and their individual relationships. The fact that there are four first-person point of views packed into an under three-hundred page story may cause some readers to balk initially–questioning whether or not there will be enough time to adequately connect to each character before reach [...]

    24. Read more of my reviews at Dazzling ReadsDefinitely a Must-Read!!This is the first book by Elizabeth Eulberg I read, and I must say that she absolutely made me fall for her writing as soon as I opened the book to the first page. Here I add another contemporary author to my top list. Take a Bow is a meaningful and and highly compelling story that, whether you are a contemporary fan or not, is definitely a must-read! Truth be told, I wasn't expecting to love this book SO much. Don't take me wrong. [...]

    25. Similar Books: Withering Tights by Louise Rennison, 52 Reasons to Hate My Father by Jessica Brody, Pizza, Love, and Other Stuff that Made Me Famous by Kathryn WilliamsI'm a huge fan of books (and movies/TV shows) that deal with people trying to "make it" in the entertainment industry. This interest has led to me watching movies like "Fame," eating up every last bit. I also really liked Elizabeth Eulberg's previous novel, Prom & Prejudice, so I was excited to see her writing about one of my f [...]

    26. Normally I give myself a day or two after I've finished reading a book to let it all sink in before I start to write up my review, but not so much with this one. I couldn't wait to create the post for this title. I think it's safe to say that if I were asked to pick my top five favorite authors, Elizabeth Eulberg would without a doubt be one of those writers. I can't even really pinpoint why that is exactly, or what makes her writing stand out better than the others, but there's no denying that [...]

    27. Take a Bow really makes me wish I didn't have a rating system. I would give this book more than five stars without ever having a second thought. Elizabeth has written a Contemporary novel that embodies everything I love to see in a Contemporary, and more. It's such a cute and thoughtful story. I honestly think it's a perfect story for any type of reader.I love how Elizabeth wrote these characters, you follow the four characters which you see mentioned in the excerpt (Emme, Sophie, Ethan and Cart [...]

    28. I really wanted to like this book because I am a performer (flutist) and am always on the look out for a good musician book, although I've really yet to find a completely realistic and relatable one. (Although Eulberg's Prom and Prejudice was almost there.) The characters were hard to connect with, and I probably rolled my eyes several times. Also, why are the composing students basically only writing songs for singers and rock bands? Perhaps they should be labeled Singer-Songwriter students ins [...]

    29. If you haven't read anything by Elizabeth Eulberg yetI highly suggest you stop reading this review and go to your nearest library or bookstore and pick up one of her books! Her books are not only well written and interesting,but they also contain important messages. For these reasons, her books have qucikly become some of my favorite Young- Adult Contemporary novels ever.Her latest novel, Take A Bow has to be my favorite of her three books. It follows four very different high schools (Emme,Sophi [...]

    30. El libro está dividido en tres partes: los castings, la introducción en la que conocemos a los personajes, último curso, la parte principal del libro donde sucede toda la trama en la que los cuatro personajes narran desde sus diferentes puntos de vista lo que les va sucediendo a lo largo del último curso en el CAE, y la graduación, un final en el que cada personaje reflexiona sobre su evolución a lo largo de los cuatros años en el CAE y sobre su futuro. De tal forma que una vez que empiez [...]

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