Song of Freedom, Song of Dreams

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Pub Date 05 Mar 2024 | Archive Date 05 Mar 2024

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From award-winning verse novelist Shari Green comes an unforgettable story of friendship, first love, and an impossible choice between integrity and duty, family and friends, all while fighting for a dream.

Song of Freedom, Song of Dreams is a historical YA novel in verse that centers around a young pianist in East Germany trying to make sense of love, duty, and the pursuit of dreams during the unsettled months of protest that led to the fall of the Berlin Wall in the late 1980s. Written in stunning lyrical verse, Song of Freedom, Song of Dreams is a story of hope, courage, romance, and the power of music not only to change lives, but to save them.
 
From award-winning verse novelist Shari Green comes an unforgettable story of friendship, first love, and an impossible choice between integrity and duty, family and friends, all while fighting for a...

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ISBN 9781524881122
PRICE $16.99 (USD)
PAGES 256

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Written in verse, this book is still very easy to read. It's also comforting. As the title suggests the experience of reading this book truly feels lyrical, as if listening to the hopes of people who feel that the world is not yet doomed. It also shows different dreams and different situations: some people wish for a revolution, while some simply want food on their table. Furthermore, the book also takes you on the dangers of rebelling, and why it's done anyways. Shari Green really merges all the elements of a great book, in this hopeful tale of change, a sort of rebirth. It's an empowering story, a great message of resilience, and the will to never stop fighting.

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