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Two Trees (The Luthier's Diary Series) by…

Two Trees (The Luthier's Diary Series)

by Kevin Lee Luthier

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"Two Trees." By Kevin Lee Luthier

A novel of love, written by a master violinmaker. (Book one in the Luthier's Diary Series)

Written to inspire, entertain and give hope to those that have the courage to dream. These refreshingly original books come from deep within the world of the Master Luthier (violinmaker) and contain the lives, loves and fantasies of those who play upon true master instruments. Especially suited for those deeply passionate about life and music, as well as those who wish to experience those feelings for the very first time.

"Two Trees" "It takes two trees to make a master violin, and it takes two hearts to fall in love."

Most people believe that the incredible world of the Master Luthier was lost over 250 years ago, and that their secrets can never be rediscovered. The Master Luthier was said to have lived in a mysterious world of his own, full of legends, fantasy and passionate intrigue. A world, serparate from our own, where even the trees have souls and anything is possible. It's hard to believe in fantasy and hold onto such dreams in our world today, and yet there are still those that believe. Even after two centuries, musicians still dream of what it would be like to visit a master violinmaker and order the instrument they truly need. An instrument made "just for them," with the ability to change their lives and inspire others.

Richard Gaspar is an arrogant, thirteen-year-old prodigy violinist, whose only dream is to perform in the spotlight and hear the deafening roar of the crowd as they rise to their feet. Richard's vain and pretentious world is shattered when elevenyear-old Michelle Ross stumbles into his life and teaches him how a true friend can change someone's life forever. The story of a boy and a girl innocently growing up together, playfully and romantically told by the only one who can...The Master Luthier.

While the books in the Luthier's Diary Series are passionate and exciting, the author has written them for readers of all ages. Critics have referred to "Two Trees" as "Very hot, yet clean and morally uplifting." "Entertaining; while having a spiritual Zen feel to it." "Men and women will both enjoy it immensely." Each book in the series is unique, with different stories and characters interacting with the Master Luthier and his world of music. While these are not 'how to' books on violin making and playing, they do include many of the lost secrets, along with many of the almost unbelievable legends, experiences and feelings of those who have played upon true master instruments.

"Two Trees" is the story of Richard Gaspar, who orders a 'very special' violin from the Master Luthier to further his career...and in the process he finds his heart.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:11:34 -0400)

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