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Publisher's Summary

A once lost magnificent antique vase from China's 13th Century Song Dynasty reappears from the depths of the Mediterranean Sea where it comes to dwell on a piano in a doctor's home. It becomes the impetus in steering the lives of this doctor and his descendants through their heartbreaks, romances, and ultimately successes.
An assassination, a sabotage on a Greek island, and amazing musical performances are but some of the events that strike their lives. Spanning from 13th Century China to the present, the story takes place on four continents, with talented individuals of different nationalities and backgrounds, always interrelated by music.
©2013 Denise Kahn (P)2017 Denise Kahn
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4 out of 5 stars
By JEYCEE on 10-11-17

Peace of music

Peace of Music is the story centers around a priceless Chinese vase from the Song Dynasty. As the vase takes its place among the lives of the people around it, the vase sings its own song, one of destiny. Enjoyable to listen to.

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4 out of 5 stars
By trixie on 11-11-17

Music

Peace of Music is a beautifully written book. The story centers around a priceless Chinese vase from the Song Dynasty. As the vase takes its place among the lives of the people around it, the vase sings its own song.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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1 out of 5 stars
By Gyrithe on 06-25-18

I just couldnt

I have tryed. I really did. But i just dont get this book. And it really hurts to do this, but i feel like i have to review anyway. I did not finish, i cant. The sound of the recording is horrible, and the story just dont get me drawn in. It might just be me, and im sad if it is me that get it wrong, and just isnt in the right place. But i would feel that i wasnt true if i didnt say how i really felt.
So to me. This was a dnf.

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