Clearly, since I’ve raved about If I Stay and Where She Went, as well as Revolution, I have a bias toward books with characters who play guitar or cello. Guitar Notes is one of those novels. What’s even neater is you can listen to all of the music in the story for free at http://www.thrumsociety.com. Mary Amato, along with a few other people, wrote original music for this novel. How cool is that?
In the video below, I talk a little bit about the premise of this story (as well as mentioning the other books I planned on reading the week of August 5, 2012).
See my Evernote file for Guitar Notes for more info http://bit.ly/ma-guitar
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