Official Review: Tears and Trombones by Nanci Lee Woody

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This sounds like a great story. Looks to be well written. The concept is so relatable for real life. I know I can relate to turning to music, when things were bad or stressful. I still do really. Not sure I will read it yet, but congratulations on BOTD.

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Thank you for sharing your review with us. I read the first two chapters and I agree with you that the author skillfully only ads detail to what is pertinent to the story. The trip to the city and the overwhelming feeling of awe as the orchestra played Tchaikovsky is written exactly how someone seeing it for the first time would experience it.

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This seems to be an emotionally captivating tale which is realistic and believable. It can be a good read for a sunday to fly through. Congrats on BOTD!

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Post by sonya01 »

This book sounds quite lovely. I must say, it may not be what I’m looking for right now, but will definitely keep it in mind for the future. Thanks for your comments.

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This story line struck a chord with me! I would love to read this book. It is so refreshing when novels are realistic with the portrayal of characters for we are all neither villains nor saints. Marvelous review.

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