The Rock War TV show is the most-watched reality show on British telly, and it's only halfway through.
Jay, Summer, Dylan and their bands have all made it past the tough boot camp stage, and now the last six will fight it out until the season's finale, live on Christmas Eve. But it's not all about the music.
Summer was hit by a motorbike at the end of boot camp. Jay's brother, Theo, can't keep out of trouble - or out of handcuffs. And Dylan, the outsider, is investigating corruption within the workings of the competition itself. They've got everything to play for....
The dramatic third book in the explosive new series from Robert Muchamore, author of Cherub.
©2016 Robert Muchamore (P)2016 Hodder Children's Books
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5 out of 5 stars
By ian mcnamara on 08-02-17

A great cliff hanger to end the current book on.

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, it was explosive in parts and it was good to have the suspence element of who was going to win each round.

What did you like best about this story?

The fact that j managed to become friends again with his pals from the other band and that they were starting up again with the write intentions.

Have you listened to any of Matthew Morgan’s other performances? How does this one compare?

To be honest only listened to him doing this series. i feel he is a good reader but his concistancy with accents could have been better as i said in my reviews of the other two books.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When summer and j agreed to be friends after splitting.

Any additional comments?

Again loved the reader but feel that he could have made more of his abilities to do accents.

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