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Virtuosity by Jessica Martinez
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Mar 22, 2011

it was amazing
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Read in January, 2012

You don't have to be a music lover to love "Virtuosity."

Seventeen-year-old Carmen was just weeks away from the biggest violin competition of her life when she meets Jeremy King. Jeremy is infuriating, arrogant and the only person who can stand in the way of Carmen winning. Both child prodigies, they understand each other better than anyone else could, yet Carmen must not let Jeremy know her secret - she takes anti-anxiety drugs to help her perform.

"Virtuosity" sings with passion and romance and the competitive tension will keep you flying through the pages to see who will win. The intoxicating music will have you wishing you too could play the violin and make such beautiful sounds.

"Sometimes, being on top just means you have a long way to fall...."
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Nafiza I'm glad you like this. It was a fantastic debut.

Kerri I agree. I am not musically talented but I seem to love books about music. :o)

Nafiza You should read Nodame Cantabile. It's a manga and it's so well done. All about music. Introduced me to some great classic pieces.

Kerri Thanks for the recommendation. I've never read manga but I want to. :o)

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