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Bellweather Rhapsody

by Kate Racculia

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Bellweather Rhapsody by Kate Racculia
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    May 2014, 352 pages
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    Jun 2015, 352 pages

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Mystery, Music, Murder, Humor and a Coming of Age Novel
I loved this novel. It is funny, so funny I laughed out loud. It accurately and lovingly reflects how music truly entrances and collects musicians even before they become musicians. It is also brutally honest about musical prodigies, success and failure, dreams and reality. It is unpredictable and weaves a mystery, both past and present in an atmosphere that is ordinary yet chillingly creepy. It is also a coming of age story with characters so fully developed they rise off the page and follow you from room to room, leaving you to wonder of their futures beyond the book. Its mystery takes actions of the past and rolls them into the future almost like the skipping needle on an old record, turning endlessly then bumped into the next track dragging that skidding noise along with it.
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