Throughout the book, the music plays on. Every tape Laney plays has a story to tell, be it from summer camp or college, and each tape is filled with a mix of golden oldies, modern tunes, and music from Laney's childhood and her teen years.
This book is a rare one - the gimmick is actually well-executed, making this story as good as it sounds. With realistic characters, fantastic flashbacks, and a great soundtrack, you are sure to laugh, cry and sing along with Laney as you read her Liner Notes.
I included this book on my Best Books of 2005 booklist, in the backlist portion.