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Love, mystery, secrets and burning ambition – this book has it all. All the passion and drama of a symphony in full flight; writing that sings deep inside your soul. When Jess botches a major audition, her dream of being a concert violinist is shattered. Then a grandmother she’s never even met offers a second chance. Six months of intensive tuition – good enough to turn her into a pro. In return, Jess must move into her London home and abide by her strict rules. But as Jess fights to master her music and choose between two boys, she uncovers her grandmother’s painful secret. Can Jess fulfil her lifelong musical dream – and at what price?

This book contains mature content.

Product Details

Catalogue number

9228 in ROW Secondary Rewards Catalogue 2018/19

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407138169

Date published

March 6th, 2014

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  • 432 pages
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  1. Serena Cavanagh
    on 22 June 2016

    Broken Strings

    Amazing book really deserves a second to follow up on

    5out of 5

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