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The Violin Diary

Average rating
4.7 out of 5
Based on 7 Ratings and 6 Reviews

Book Description
The Violin Diary is for Adult. The Violin Diary was written by Eric M. Norcross. The Violin Diary was published by Lulu.com. Subjects of The Violin Diary include Fiction / General, General & Literary Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), and Modern fiction.
Book Information
Reading LevelAdult
# of Pages184
Publication Date12/03/2008
The Creators
About Eric M. Norcross (Author) : Eric M. Norcross is a published author. Published credits for this author include THE VIOLIN DIARY, PARADIGM SHIFT, THE BALANCE OF THE SEVENTH COLUMN and the poetry collection THE PRINCE OF LONG ISLA... more
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Reader Comments
2/1/2009 Greg S said: This is an incredible book. Everyone reader should get their hands on a copy and keep it in their collection. This is not something you will want to let go of.
tags: timeless

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1/31/2009 Persis Granger said:
“The Violin Diary” is a brief love story told simply, from the point of view of Ezzie, a young man experiencing his first real love. We are with him when he first meets Carmen, the pretty Columbian woman he has been noticing at work. We feel his agony as he struggles to engage her in intelligent... more

tags: first love, romance, youth, unrequited, , I recommend

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