Kill The Boy Band is one of the funniest books that I’ve read in quite a while. I adored the author’s writing style and can’t wait to read more books by her in the future. I honestly don’t know where to start with this review. The characters? The plot? The twist? Everything is hysterical and amazing. I know, I know, that’s not a true review. Okay, I’ll try my best to put this incredible book into words…Here I go!
Four friends: Sloane, Erin, Apple, and Isabel. Well, friends might not be the best word to describe them…They certainly aren’t a typical group of friends. They haven’t been friends since birth, they’ve rarely ever met in person, and…well…only one thing actually pulled them together- their love of the band, The Ruperts. You heard me, a band called The Ruperts, consisting of four guys named…what else…Rupert. No, I’m not joking. This is it.
Let’s be real here. We’ve all had our own fangirl obsession stages. Some of us have theSE stages longer than others, and hey, some of us still are Fangirls. But what would YOU do if your absolute favorite band was staying in the same hotel as you, and one of your friends accidentally knocked one of the band members unconscious? Would you call the police? Hotel management? Try to take care of him yourself? Or…kidnap him and take him to your room? Betcha didn’t see that one coming. Yes, kidnapping the band member was exactly what Sloane and her friends did.
But that’s not where this story ends- oh no, far from it. That is just the beginning- the tip of the iceberg if you will. You see, hidden inside of this book is also a rooftop kiss, a crazy “beard,” a murder, and a sex scandal.
Kill the Boy Band is one of those books that you can’t stop reading, because you NEED to know what happens next. It’s also the type of book that will make you cry from laughing because it’s just that absurd. The whole book is crazy. Absolutely crazy. But that’s what makes it fantastic! Also, near the end, you learn something about Sloane that challenges everything that you previously thought was true. It is a twist that you never see coming, until it hits you like a ton of bricks.
I highly recommend this book and give it 4.5/5stars.