What a great anthology!!
The idea behind this anthology was music. Do you ever hear a song and picture the story the music is telling? Well this is an entire book of just that, short stories describing the songs. It features many, many authors and just as many musicians. Some stories are personal experiences (looking at you G. Love) while some stories are purely fiction (looking at you Jonathan Maberry). Each story was different and I honestly enjoyed most of them. I loved listening to the song before reading the story so I could get my mindset where the author is.
Just a little biased here, but Ellen Hopkins wrote an amazing story inspired by The Eagles' Hotel California, even includes lyrics from the song (which is hilarious to me because I regularly slip song lyrics into every day conversations). The wonderful, Suzanne Young wrote a great story inspired by Jimmy Eat World's The Middle, which included lots of emotions you go through growing up and honestly may have been my favorite story in the anthology.
Overall, it was a great read and I would definitely suggest it to music lovers everywhere.
K.M. Walton penned a special message about this book and what it means to her!
If you liked this but want a book that is more personal, check out my review of Party Of One by Dave Holmes!!