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Back at her childhood home in Missoula, Montana, after a disastrous concert in Germany, a teenage violin prodigy contemplates giving up life with her mother in New York City and her music as she, her father, stepmother, and stepsister hike to a pioneer homesite where another violinist once faced difficult decisions of his own.
"Tess's passion and struggle for her music sing melody, harmony, and detail."—Kirkus Reviews
Posted March 1, 2004
this book is about people who found there dreams in music. the story is great, the story line kept me from geting bore,but there are parts where i did get bored, but i do recommended it to those that are inspired to become an entertainer and wants some advices. this is a good book to read.
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