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All great performances deserve a warm-up, enroll early at McKinley High (before New Directions was even a glimmer in Mr. Schuester’s eye). When did Rachel first decide Finn was more than just a jock? When did Puck and Quinn start their secret romance? And how did the fledgling Glee Club function without a fearless leader? Hint: It wasn’t exactly a perfect melody.
Break out the gold stars and refill the slushies: It’s time to find out what happened to all your favorite characters “before” the show-mance began.
Starting with the cons: it’s boring. Just really boring. Nothing major is happening at all in this book it’s just all about their everyday high school life.
Pro’s: it’s still kind of enjoyable to see all the Glee kids before they got together and started singing.
Can I say anything more than that? No, not really. Mainly because nothing is happening in this book.
Yes I would recommend it and no I would not recommend it. Choose from these two options to see if I would recommend it to you:
I have watched the Glee TV show: yes, you might enjoy this book. Even though there isn’t much going on it is fun to see the Glee kids before they got together in their everyday life. So you might just want to check it out.
I have not watched the Glee TV show: No, you will probably not enjoy this book. Watch the TV show, get to know the characters (Watch at least season 1, maybe even 2 before starting this book) and then buy this book if you have enjoyed the show. Then you might like it. If you haven’t seen the show this book will just look like a very boring book about everyday life of everyday teens that you totally don’t know and don’t care about.