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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2010

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    Disappointing for a BJ Hoff book

    I have read Amercian Anthem and Song of Erin series. I loved both of those. I decided to read this book and the entire series. I will not contine. This book seemed to drag on and didn't seem to have character development that are present in her other books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2006

    A captivating, compelling read

    A Distant Music is another captivating book by author B.J. Hoff. Mrs. Hoff has the ability to create such believable characters that you feel like you know them as friends when you close the book¿s final page. It¿s been over a year since I finished reading the third book in Mrs. Hoff¿s American Anthem trilogy, and yet I can still see the blind conductor Michael in my mind¿s eye. That same character realism is true for the teacher Jonathan Stuart and students Maggie MacAuley and Kenny Tallman in Mrs. Hoff¿s newest book, A Distant Music. This story is a touching reminder of how hard life was in another era for a struggling mining town. A tale where hardship breeds a desperation that nearly steals all beauty and hope from those caught in its grip, but where miracles still happen, spurred on by the undying faith of children. A Distant Music holds such wonderful prose and such realistic descriptions that I felt I was there. A page-turning, enjoyable read. I am definitely looking forward to the next book in The Mountaint Song Legacy series.

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