OF SONG AND WAR

OF SONG AND WAR

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It is 1910 at the dawn of the Mexican Revolution. A young accountant named Roberto Madariaga begins a quest to find his place in the world. Turning to his passion for music, he travels to Milan to pursue a career in opera. There, he meets an aging Maestro who guides and mentors him. But the clouds of war soon tear through Europe – destroying lives and dreams in their wake. Roberto must forge a different future inspired by a trail-blazing young chemist, Amelia, with whom he has fallen desperately in love. Of Song and War is an evocative account of self-discovery, loss and the regenerating power of love. A must read for aficionados of historical fiction and classic opera.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] :, Yolanda Prieto Grimaldi,, [2016]
ISBN: 9780995314412
0995314411
Branch Call Number: FIC Grima 3558
Characteristics: 316 pages

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