PDF Ï BOOK Music From Standing Waves Ò JOHANNA CRAVEN

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PDF Ï BOOK Music From Standing Waves Ò JOHANNA CRAVEN Ò It’s 1994 and growing up in a forgotten top corner of Australia Abby’s life consists of backyard cricket Nintendo and underwater wrestles with her best friend Justin But when she hears a recording of a Dvorak violin concerto Abby becomes determined to one dayBe as consuming as love for music Their passionate relationship has her uestioning everything she thought she ever wanted Abby realises that to face the future she must first confront the past; uncovering some uncomfortable truths about herself her family and the passion that has shaped her life Wow This book was one heck of a ride If I had to describe this book in one word it would be a rollercoaster Its because it made me feel some type of way I literally felt all kinds of emotions while reading this This book is about family finding unexpected love and chasing your dreams Overall the plot was amazing and it got me hooked from start to finish I couldn't put it down I love the drama It also had a lot of character developments I appreciate that so much I love the ending a whole lot I did not expect that Although I was hoping for an epilogue but it's still okay I still love it Honestly Abby is one of the strongest character in all book history I feel like giving her a hug just about now and tell her it's okay to chase your dreams even if it hurts the people you love She went through so much from her childhood to adult years She is one brave girl and I applaud the author for writing this character Abby is just so relatable I adored her so much I will never forget this book and it deserves another read A MUST READ I HIGHLY RECOMMEND I give 4 stars I was given an ebook copy from New Adult Book Club Author in exchange for an honest review

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Halls Suddenly music is everything and not even her blossoming relationship with Justin can pull Abby away from her goals At eighteen she is given a chance at her dream a place at the Melbourne Conservatorium But when she falls for charismatic composer Matt Abby discovers love for a person can I was sceptical about whether I would enjoy this book as I'm not a musician But the story and characters really drew me in and I read the book in a few sittings over the bank holiday weekend I found Abby's drive to achieve her dreams really relatable; and admired her commitment to follow them in spite of family expectations and rural upbringing Although I must say Acacia Beach didn't seem that bad; I might even visit if I ever get over to Australia

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Music From Standing WavesIt’s 1994 and growing up in a forgotten top corner of Australia Abby’s life consists of backyard cricket Nintendo and underwater wrestles with her best friend Justin But when she hears a recording of a Dvorak violin concerto Abby becomes determined to one day perform the piece in the concert I loved this gentle story of a young girl who dreams about becoming a concert violinist and escaping her small town life This is very much a character driven story following Abby as she moves to the big city to follow her dreams by studying at the Melbourne Conservatorium against the wishes of her mother It is a story about a young girl growing up her first boyfriends challenges with her family encountering the competitive world of the Conservatorium and all the accompanying emotions which are conveyed through excellent writing If you happen to enjoy classical music then I suppose there is an extra appeal in the story but I gave up the violin after one year aged twelve and have no musical talent but still really enjoyed this book After finishing the book I read the author's bio and wasn't surprised to discover the author had studied at the Conservatorium as the descriptions of everything about Abby's time studying and playing seemed very authenticThe plot does have a few twists which add to the interest but mostly it was Abby who kept me turning the pages wanting to find out what would happen next A great read which will appeal to readers young and old