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Jacksons, Monk & Rowe and the Brodsky Quartet - the formative years

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This was a nice and enjoyable read. I have to say I love listening to the cello, so when I saw this book, I had to review it. However, I have no clue the names of the songs thanks to a terrible memory. I knew nothing about the author before reading this book and found her life interesting. It was great to read her journey to stardom. I loved reading and learning about the struggles and stresses of them early days. Especially the music studies years as these were in Manchester my home town. I definitely appreciate classical music but can never remember the names of the songs I like. The author did a great job at writing this book, and it kept my interest throughout. I definitely recommend reading this book if you are into classical music. I am certainly glad I read this book as I always love learning new things and broadening my reading horizons.

Many thanks to the author and publishers for bringing us this very interesting book that I had to finish in one afternoon.

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It's a fascinating story, well written and intriguing. The author did an excellent job in describing the people and the atmosphere.
Highly recommended.
Many thanks to the publisher for this arc, all opinions are mine

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