Twelve year old Drew Holiday knows only what she's been told-that when she was seven, an explosion destroyed her house, killed her parents and injured her so that she cannot recall her life before that fateful night. Adopted into another family, she enjoys life as a classical guitar prodigy, of which great accomplishments are expected. But the appearance of a blind street singer named Doboro, introduces her to the blues and the infectious sound of bottleneck guitar. Inexplicably drawn to the sound and the cigar box guitar he plays, it isn't long before she, against all good sense, asks the enigmatic drifter to teach her his method. After a rough and tense introduction, he agrees and thus begins her daily lessons. But as they begin to build together her own cigar box guitar, and their familiarity grows, so does the mystery and danger that surrounds Doboro, drawing out of the shadows assassins bent on his destruction. And hers.
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|Size: ||545 KB|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781329561861 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|