Author's Description:
Six teenagers and a young girl pursue their musical dreams. One will find love in the arms of an adoring fan. One will come to accept a new home and find redemption from a personal tragedy. Yet another will struggle to redefine just what home really means. One will step across the line of protecting loved ones to exact a terrible vengeance and unleash personal demons long thought conquered. Together, however, they will create something that will capture the imagination of the entire world.
Size: 622 KB ( ~ 117,950 words)
Genre: Drama
Sex Contents: Some Sex
Tags: mt/ft, Consensual, Romantic, Heterosexual, Humor, Tear Jerker, Spanking, First, Safe Sex, Oral Sex, Petting, School

Review by manddscott   [other reviews by manddscott]

Reviewed: 2016-03-20

The third story in this series, it will continue to appeal to those who read the first one. This story introduces a little darkness, with unintended consequences and the further issues brought about as a result. The story ends positively, while leaving room for more growth. After all, this is a coming of age story where only one of several main characters have actually come of age.

For the plot, I give it a 9, which is an A+. In technical quality, a solid A with an 8. For appeal, another 9. Frankly, this story simply would not be able to stand on its own. As a sequel to the first two in the series, it is excellent however. The sex in the story is not blatant. If anything, it is understated throughout. If you're looking for a stroke story, this is not it. If you're looking for an enjoyable read, with romance, drama and real-life issues, you will like this.

Plot: 9 | Technical Quality: 8 | Appeal to Reviewer: 9

Review by Teloz   [other reviews by Teloz]

Reviewed: 2011-12-02

Strangely, I've not reviewed any of the Rebecca Danced trilogy until now, so I'll use this as an opportunity to review them all.

Months ago, possibly even more than a year ago, I read a story called Rebecca Danced, from an author called EzzyB. This story affected me deeply in many ways, and I even went to the extent of buying a copy from Amazon. I quickly found the sequel entitled Anita's Rescue and found that equally enthralling. I was overjoyed When EzzyB started posting the last part of the trilogy, State Of Chaos.

'So what?' I hear you say, 'Get to the bloody point!' The point is that the three stories combine, synergise even, into a sum of parts greater than the whole. We have a hero that's too good to be true, until we find that he's as flawed as all the rest of us. A group of teenagers with uncommon talents and a social conscience; but more than all of this we have a tale of stunning breadth and depth, that's almost impossible to leave unread. If it was a book, you wouldn't be able to put it down.

The whole point of reading novels is to find a way to escape from reality for a while, but, if during that foray into escapism the reader finds new ways to connect with their own reality, then the author has done his work well. EzzyB has created a tour de force that almost leaves the reader breathless, and actually caring about the fictitious lives of the characters.

Read the stories in order;

1. Rebecca Danced

2. Anita's Rescue

3. State Of Chaos

Read them and enjoy!

Plot: 10 | Technical Quality: 9 | Appeal to Reviewer: 10