I adored the message of this book: loving what you do so much that you stay true to yourself and won't sell out.Well, I guess Paul did sell himself out in a way but he fought and fought and fought - and that's what I admired. He kept going and tried to stay true to his principles, even when it didn't always work out. I love the way this book is written as the emotions (especially for music) are transported very well. The author makes the words come alive and you are right there with the characters. Both points of view were well written and portrayed believable, passionate charcters. However I disliked the way Eliza handles the tour issue (I'm not going to say more about it at this point as it would ruin the story for others) and I couldn't quite reconcile with the end of the book.Still, four solid stars.