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The Music Box

by Matt Micros

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The Music Box was about family and second chances as it follows the story of Nick and Josh Reynolds, father and son, as the go back in time to when a song was first heard when the music box plays. It was an entertaining read with a sweet life lesson within it. The 'Gems' given throughout the book are humorous with respect, yet true and relate-able. The book teaches the reader family first, last, and in between. While it could have been left at Josh's speech about the 'Gems,' it continued on into the future with Josh's family and how the music box continues from father to son. I'd personally recommend this to friends and family of ten and up. Its a book with no age restrictions. After reading this novel, I want to read all of Matts books. Micros novel is a heart warming tale with an important outline, different for each person. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0996252614, Paperback)

The knock on the door came early in the morning, the way most bad news did. Jane Reynold's ex-husband was dying and had one final wish--to spend his remaining days with his 12 year old son. On their way over to see him, and at her son's urging, Jane stops at a seedy pawn shop in an even seedier part of town, so Josh can purchase a music box for his father. What he doesn't realize is that every song it plays has the ability to transport both father and son back to the time when his father first heard the song. Through their visits, Josh begins to finally see who his father really is, as well as learn some valuable life lessons along the way. Is it the magic of the music box? The sway of the music itself? Or the sheer power of the human mind at work? The Music Box is a story about a father and son, but it is for everyone who believes in family and second chances.

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