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I loved the reader. I thought he did a wonderful job narrating. It is obviously a beautiful and important story; I just couldn't ever really fall in love with the characters. They were all so self-involved, and not in an endearing way. But, a valuable existing within difficult times and the classic music industry. Even though I was never really able to *love* it; I recommend it.
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like me. The story is the tale of the relationship of two unlikable characters. Both are Jewish--one a musical prodigy and one the son of a British promoter of music. The story begins right before the onset of WWII in England. I kept wanting to like the book and waiting for something redeeming. The best that I could come up with is that it was an interesting look at the lives of those who nurture a genius. The rewards seem to be few both for the genius and the people who surround him. Those who understand Jewish religious practices might find this book more understandable and rewarding because it provides interesting insights for the context and the setting.
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