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Mozart's Ghost by Julia Cameron
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Oct 26, 08

Recommended to Joni by: no one - I found it in the library.
Read in October, 2008, read count: once

Really enjoyed this book which tells the story of a young woman with special "gifts" living in NYC. Having the ability to communicate with ghosts, Anna often feels "out of place" with humans as she tries to live a "normal" life. Personal relationships with her twin brother, mother, and father are complicated enough, but then she has a host of people who make her NYC life very interesting.

Living in an apartment in NYC, Anna finds her new neighbor to be directly in conflict with her life as a medium. He is a pianist practicing for a competition and the music disturbs Anna, as does the musician. Matters become truly complicated when a ghost "haunts" Anna and begins to follow her even outside her apartment.

The characters in this book are very colorful and beautifully written. I felt I could see, hear, and almost touch them all.

A fun read.

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