This challenge was issued by the bloggers at Hot Listens and The Caffeinated Reviewer. I became aware of it on Carla Loves to Read, who posted that she was participating. Recently, I finished The Music Shop by Rachel Joyce. This author also wrote The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, a book I loved so much I recommended it to our Third Tuesday book club.
The Music Shop is set in 1988 London, and it was fun comparing the culture and situations to “my” 1988, here across the pond. One thing is for sure, human nature and the complexities in relationships are universal and timeless!
Frank, the shop’s owner, a burly, bearded, bear of a man, has a “gift” for “prescribing” (my term) just the right piece/selection of music someone needs; sometimes not what the customer thinks he wants. Because Frank has lost his first wife, he is terrified of real closeness/connectedness. When Elsa…
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