Read Escaping Indigo (Escaping Indigo, #1) Online Free - Micah thought he’d always be in a band. All he ever wanted was to play drums and make great music, but when his best friend and bandmate passes away, Micah is left adrift. The thing that’s always lifted him up is now a reminder of everything he’s lost.
In an attempt to put his life back together, Micah takes a job as roadie for his favorite band, Escaping Indigo. He’s always admired the lead singer, Bellamy. On stage, Bellamy is confident, glittery, and radiant. But as the two grow closer, Micah realizes that in person, Bellamy is quiet, introspective, and a little uncertain. And that’s the person Micah is falling for.
Micah is determined to know all of Bellamy, both the rock star side and the side hidden from the audience, the side that creates music that touches Micah’s heart. Bellamy has secrets of his own, though, things he doesn’t want to share with anyone. And trying to uncover Bellamy’s truths might be the thing that ends up pushing him away.
|Title||:||Escaping Indigo (Escaping Indigo, #1)|
|Number of Pages||:||253 pages|
June 22, 2017
When he leaned on me, he made me feel like I was steady and strong enough to take his weight and his worries, and the idea that he thought the same thing lit me up, made me believe it might possibly be true.
This is my first time reading Eli Lang...and I gotta say, this was some...
July 11, 2017
This story has a melancholy air that never lifts.
Bellamy and Micah (great names right?) are both dealing with depression and anxiety. They have different reasons for them, but they come together slowly and carefully get to know each other.
To be perfectly honest, I don't think I can give this book...
September 03, 2017
I have mixed feelings about this book. I would advise mentally ill readers to approach this story with caution.
I really loved the way this book talked about music, about being a musician, about being a fan, about being on the road and touring with a band. It held that experience with depth and re...
July 22, 2017
I thought the author’s writing style and love for music really shone in this book, but everything else was a huge miss for me.
I had great difficulty spending that much time in Micah’s head as he mourned his friend and went through the motions (not to mention the monotony) of being on tour. Micah...
July 08, 2017
Reviewed for Just Love
This book was… not what I expected at all. I read the first half sitting outside on the perfect summer morning, sipping on coffee, enjoying my quiet surroundings and the quietness of the story. It is a slow, slow burn and as the sun rose overhead and my skin started...
July 13, 2017
I was given a copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.
This story is pure emo angst. I was expecting a typical rockstar romance and I was thoroughly unprepared for this story about two tortured artists. After Micah’s best friend and bandmate dies, he finds himself on the road, actin...
July 05, 2017
I received a copy of this title to read and review for Wicked Reads
Eli Lang isn't a new-to-me author, but it feels as if she is, after struggling with Half previously. The writing seems different- the voice- and it was easy for me to escape into Micah's narration.
Escaping Indigo is voice...
November 11, 2017
I really like this author's writing style. There is a quiet, lyrical style to it. It's so unique though that I think it's going to be a love or hate kind of thing. It's not going to work for everyone. I'm always on the look out for something different so I'm digging it. I really enjoyed the slow...
June 14, 2017
If you are a lover of rock band/muso books that are full of swagger and celebrity and flash and pizzazz, which I am generally not, then this is not that book. It is not really about the performance as much as the love of music itself, and most definitely behind the scenes with the MCs. Escaping I...
June 18, 2017
I found this novel very pretentious and dull.I read all of it carefully, thinking I must be missing something, but ended up bored.Long stretches of the book contain passages of prose more purple than the title. There is no escaping indigo!
It tells the story of Micah, drummer and roadie, recoveri...