Publisher Simon & Schuster releases the book, “Sparkle” (Atria Books; August 2012; $15) just in time for the theatrical release.
THEY HAD A DREAM. SHE HAD IT ALL.
Detroit, 1968. The Motown sound is sweeping the nation. Girl groups are hotter than ever. Over their mother’s objections, three beautiful sisters—Delores, Sister and Sparkle—are taking the local music scene by storm. But their dreams are bigger than Detroit. Their manager, Stix, is just as ambitious and will do whatever it takes to make it to the big time, even if it means using the girls—and his love for Sparkle—as the foundation of a new musical empire.
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Behind the music and lights, the recording industry is a ruthless and unforgiving place–just as Mama had warned her girls. Sister, with her good looks and voice, is the natural headliner of the trio, yet her…
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