The Lucy Variations
Publish date: May 7th 2013
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Pages no: 309
Edition language: English
This is a novel about first world problems: Lucy is a highly-regarded pianist who stopped playing when her grandmother died last year. Her family is in the 1% in San Francisco: mom, dad, grandfather, all manage the careers and the money, her little brother is now competing and performing. Lucy's bes...
All I can think right now is, I understand completely.Proper review to follow soon.
A Cybils book. I loved Lucy and her relationship to music, her search to find the thing to fill that gap in herself. I hated Will. I loved the way Lucy’s perceptions of her family and of herself began to change, becoming more complex and faceted. It’s one I’m still thinking about a few days after I ...
***Note: this review assumes that you've read the book.*** One sentence summary: a solid book about creative passion, but maybe not the most passionately or creatively written. So The Lucy Variations is fine. It's even, I'd say, relatively solid. It's just...nothing special. I'm not sure what it...
I found this book refreshingly different from most YA novels I have read. I liked Lucy and enjoyed following her experiences. I especially liked the way the book resolved. It was entertaining and intelligently written.
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