Tuesday, 27 March 2012

The Intern - Dillon Khan - Review.

Book Details:
Paperback: 400 pages
Publisher: Puffin (5 April 2012)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0141338040
ISBN-13: 978-0141338040

Book Summary:
"When Jay Merchant lands an internship for the best job in music television, he is given a backstage pass to the biggest gig of his life. The velvet rope to the biggest VIP parties and hottest celebrities has been lifted and now he's got to capture it on camera. But with only six months to turn his intern dream into a real job, does he have what it takes? It's time to face the music.."

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Thanks to Puffin firstly for this book, and I was excited after reading the promotion material. Taking a break from the usual contemporary paranormal young adult books, this work of fiction was welcome and refreshing in more ways than one.

Jay Merchant has a chance to make his dream come true, and he grabs an internship with both hands that propels him into the world of Beats. Landing himself on his feet after an unsuccessful job at Foot Locker where his dreams were going nowhere, we see the author Dillon Khan raise Jay to accept the challenge of making something of this opportunity.

Realising his opportunity to make his dreams come true, Jay pushes himself to work as hard as he can and throughout the story, we as the readers can't help but feel proud of how his character grows, how he reaches his potential and makes sacrifices to achieve his dream.

Khan teaches us, through simplistic and easy to follow writing, that you have to do what it takes to get what you want - if it's worth it, you'll fight for it. Thanks to Jay's wit and the humour that flowed easily in the book, readers can dive straight in to the story from beginning to end in one sitting.

There's no sugar coating to Jay's experiences as you feel the full effect of everything he does through - and this boils down to Khan's realistic writing in portraying Jay's struggles and life. I approve. It sends home a message of struggle, potential, dreams, ambitions, hard work and so much more - it's real and it's happening and I'm glad I read Dillon Khan's fantastic book to put a smile on my face :)

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