Someday, Somewhere

Someday, Somewhere

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"When Dom's class is taken to hear a concert at Carnegie Hall, she expects to be bored out of her mind. But then she sees the boy in the front row, playing violin like his life depends on it--and she is transfixed. Posing as an NYU student, Dom sneaks back to New York City to track down Ben Tristan, a magnetic genius who whisks her out of her limited life in New Jersey and into a fantasy world of jazz clubs and opera, infatuation and possibility. As Dom's web of lies grows, though, so does Ben's manic need to conquer Beethoven's famously intense Kreutzer Sonata. But Ben's genius, which captivates Dom, conceals a much darker truth, and the facts of her own life will make it impossible for Dom to help him."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Toronto, ON : KCP Loft, 2018
Copyright Date: ©2018
ISBN: 9781771389310
9781525300424
Branch Call Number: CHAMPIO
Characteristics: 270 pages ; 24 cm

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The book “Someday, Somewhere” is a romantic adventure about two modern teenagers; each with their own set of problems, finding each other in the limitless bounds of New York City. The book is written by Lindsay Champion; a graduate of NYU Tishe School of the Arts, where she spent most of her time... Read More »

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SurreyLibraries_Teens Apr 11, 2018

The book follows the main character, Dominique who buses with her classmates from New Jersey to New York to Carnegie Hall to see a concert. There, Dom is swept by the soaring music, and by the boy in the front row: the boy with the wild black hair, playing the violin like the world’s most beautif... Read More »


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The book follows the main character, Dominique who buses with her classmates from New Jersey to New York to Carnegie Hall to see a concert. There, Dom is swept by the soaring music, and by the boy in the front row: the boy with the wild black hair, playing the violin like the world’s most beautiful madman. With the help of her best friend, Dom sneaks back to New York to find this boy, Ben Tristan, one of the most gifted musicians of his generation. Soon Ben sweeps Dom into a new world of jazz clubs and opera, but Dom is posing as someone she is not...and Ben’s obsessive playing conceals a darker truth that may tear them apart. This book is very well written and will surely make you route for Dominique and Ben like they’re your best friends. This book starts with a slow moving story but it finishes so fast you don’t even realize you’re done the book!

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