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Chopsticks by Jessica Anthony
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Jun 07, 12

it was amazing
bookshelves: grief, graphic-novels, love-story, relationships, rehab, secrets, child-prodigy
Read in June, 2012

I loved this book. A beautiful, sad, and intriguing story about the events that lead up to the disappearance of Glory, a young girl who is a piano prodigy. After her mother dies in a motorcycle accident she gets lost in her music while her father pushes her in a grueling schedule of practice and performance. Enter Francisco Mendoza, a recent immigrant from Argentina who moves in next door who becomes her anchor and love.
The story is told visually with photographs, news articles, notes, instant messaging and other memorable items.
Summaries of the book indicate that all may not be what it seems and that the reader must decide.

I have chosen my own interpretation. You must do the same.

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