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In the beginning, it was all about the music....

Even a rock band as talented as Buxton Peak can’t stay on top forever. When drugs, betrayal, and tragedy rip the band apart, the guys find themselves short one drummer. But front man, Ian Taylor, thinks he’s found the solution.

Nathanial Jackson plays drums for a small Christian rock band, but his talent exceeds theirs. He’ll never make it out of Nashville sitting behind them. When the remaining members of Buxton Peak show up at Nathanial’s concert, he knows exactly what they want. A knowing glance and a handshake is all it takes to get him into the recording studio. But starting over isn’t as easy as they thought. Ian believes his passion will be enough to keep his rock band from falling apart. He didn’t count on Nathanial challenging his leadership.

Can Ian and Nathanial set aside their differences and learn to work together? Can they find a new rhythm and recreate the sound fans expect from Buxton Peak? Or will tempers, pride, and outside pressures keep them from finding their way back to center stage? This isn’t the end for Buxton Peak; it’s only the beginning....

©2017 Julie L. Spencer (P)2019 Julie L. Spencer

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poor sound quality

sound was harsh and not quite clear. better that the first that had a static sound in the background

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Good book!

The Beginning of the End is a wonderful continuation of this series. I’ve enjoyed the twists and turns of the band’s story and the lively characters that make the series fun. The performer has done a delightful job in creating the audio version of this series.

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A nice clean Mormon series

But if I had known before I purchased the first book that it featured Mormon characters, I wouldn't have gotten it. Unfortunately, I had been already reading the first book when I found out, so I had to finish the series. I don't follow the Mormon religion. I believe all you have to do is ask Jesus into your heart. Admit you're a sinner separated from God, believe that God came to us as Jesus, who took our sin punishment by dying on a cross, and confess that Jesus is the only way to heaven. All of that can be done in one day, instead of the number of days/weeks/months needed to complete the steps necessary to become a Mormon (and heaven is still not guaranteed after all of that work). Other than that, it's a nice clean series.

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Excellent ending

I really enjoyed this whole series and it was a great ending. The Characters were well developed and I liked them all. The narrator did an excellent job throughout the series, especially since there were many different accents to perform. The author is very talented. She tells a story that flows and pulls the reader into it’s world.

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Great Story

Best story in the sequel so far clean romance. Great performance. Loved all the characters.

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The wrap up

This book finishes off the Buxton peak series. It is a good conclusion to a fun series. It is not all happily ever afters but many of the band members find their way together and with their lady loves. It is a must read / listen to readers that have read the rest of the series. It has a Christian theme to it.

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So sad for it to end

I loved all of the characters and nearly cried at some scenes. So sad to say goodbye to these amazing characters. The only issue I had was a few unanswered questions . Maybe I missed it but I have been waiting since book one for Ian to put a ring on Megan's finger. I also want to know if Megan will become pregnant .

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Goodbye and Hello

This book will touch your heart in many ways . You might need a tissue . I like the message that is through out the story about god .
Sweet romance , a little drama , god's love, and new beginnings .
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A great Conclusion to a Great Series

I really liked this whole series. and this was a good Conclusion to it! she left no lose ends which I loved. I really enjoyed the narrator, too!