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Busking the streets of the Quarter with an archaic sense of determination, James Buck is relentless in his pursuit to fathom the depths of his talent. He has no delusions of the obstacles that stand in the way of his becoming a great violinist: poverty, self-exhile from his family, his generation. But a dubious love affair with a beautiful young woman reveals the enormous...more
Paperback, 396 pages
Published by Xlibris Corporation
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This little book was written by a good friend of mine, James. He wrote the book at the age of twenty and while it is a good book describing the difficulties of a young person in going through life and while it has many autobiographical aspects, it can be sensed that it was written by a young soul. It worth the read and beautifully and poetically done!
Perhaps an updated version is on its way?
Great story of the trials of urban survival. I heard there are some changes in the works and looking forward to the new edition!
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