Ever wanted to be the future Mrs. Harry Styles? Well, now’s your chance. Stay tuned Directioners because Harold is about to steal your heart.
Maximum Pop! are spreading the love today. After reading Slay by Kim Curran, we’ve got romance on our minds and thought it was about time we delved into our
passion full blown obsession with swoon-worthy boybands.
If you haven’t already heard us shout about Slay in our brand new Basic Book Life Facebook Group, then here’s everything you need to know.
Kim’s book follows the story of a world famous boyband called Slay. The band’s made up of JD, Tom, Niv, Zek and Connor, and these 1D lookalikes spend their days playing kickass songs and fighting some not-so kickass demons.
This book isn’t for the fainthearted, Directioners. These badass demons are terrifying and basically look like Louis Tomlinson when he’s hungry…
Slay’s world gets turned upside down when they rescue Milly, the daughter of a famous opera singer. Milly finds herself living on the boys tour bus, and is quickly swept up in the demon kicking action.
Offt! Boybands + Demons + Romance = What more could you want from an epic YA read?
Of course, Slay’s got us thinking about our own epic boyband romance. It’s no secret that we have major heart palpitations when we talk about Harry Styles. That boy is hot, hot, hot and we wouldn’t mind dating him. But, is the feeling mutual?
We’ve put together a quiz that will tell you whether Harry would actually date you. Wanna find out if your wedding is on the horizon? We’re about to reveal all.
To find out if Harry would date you, all you’ve got to do is answer the 20 questions below. Once you’ve answered them, we’ll reveal whether you should start planning the Gucci suit that Harry’s gonna wear to your wedding.
Ready? Let’s do this.
Would Harry date you? Let us know in the comments below.
Start reading Slay by Kim Curran…
“Thank you, Illinois!”
With a last strum of guitar and an explosion of lights, the show ended. Thousands of voices called out for more. Girls screamed, sobbing and broken-hearted, wanting the show to go on for ever. Boys cried out too, wanting to hear another of their favourite songs. But the show had to end.
JD scanned the audience one last time. Thousands of faces illuminated by the glowing screens of phones gazed back at him. The face he was looking for wasn’t there. It never was.