“The Carry Out” by Kali Gadomski has been released worldwide. This 323-page novel follows angst-filled teenager Tate Rodriguez in his quest to lead the high school marching band in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Unfortunately, even marching comes at a cost, leaving the class talent show as the only option to raise the money. Tate and his friends create a band of their own to compete for the cash prize, but when obstacles surrounding race, status, grief, and morals get in their way, what will prove more costly in the end? The price of marching? Or the sacrifices made along the way?
The Carry Out (ISBN: 9781736734209) can be purchased through retailers worldwide, including barnesandnoble.com and Amazon. The paperback retails for $14.99. Wholesale orders are available through Ingram.
From the back cover:
Seven years after the terrorist attack of 9/11 killed his father, Tate Rodriguez has angst to spare. His sole purpose in life is to make his late father proud by acting as drum major in his high school marching band during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. When money becomes an obstacle, Tate turns to best friend Max for ideas, but with a troubled past in an underground fighting ring, Max’s wariness of returning to a life he barely escaped leaves him with little help to offer. The pair becomes a trio when they rope in bashful bandmate Cameron to compete as a punk band of their own for the cash prize of their school talent show. Unfortunately, Cameron’s friendship comes at a price, and with his circle of socialites thwarting the band’s success at every turn, Tate turns to a local dry-cleaner for rehearsal space. With space to spare, The Carry Out is perfect for rehearsal, especially since it is run by Lyle, a girl in Tate’s piano class he can’t seem to forget. As the talent show draws near, stakes rise as the four teenagers confront the troubles of their pasts. Will their internal struggles and obstacles of race and angst bring them closer together to achieve their ultimate goal, or will the four be left shattered beyond repair?
About the author:
Kali Gadomski lives in New Hampshire with her husband and daughter. In her free time she enjoys pilates, family time, and enjoying the outdoors. This is her debut novel. Visit her website at kaligadomski.com
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