"Hannah Waters and the daughter of Johann Sebastian Bach"
Author: Barbara Nickel
Publisher: Penguin Group
Source: My personal copy
Back Cover: Catherina Bach sings only for her mother; she is too frightened of her famous father to even speak, let alone sing. Three centuries later, in mondern day Saskatchewan, Hannah Waters struggles to play Bach's Concerto for Two Violins, one she was supposed to have played with her mother. In this deeply moving novel, Hannah and Catharina will find and help each other discover the music within and the courage to express it.
I read this book a while ago because the cover to me was beautiful. I did throughly enjoy it but it wasn't a page turner. When I bought this book at a school sale, I deemed it as safe. But this book was published 5 years ago already and since I got this book my interests in types of books have changed. The only connection I made with this book was the German side of it. Since my mother and father are German. Overall it was a honestly pretty boring read. I don't recommend this book. It is very nice but if your into suspense, romance or mystery etc. (like I am now) don't get this book. I must highlight though it is not a bad book at all, but its pretty plain, there's no real plot. The way the author switches between them is great too. I give this book two stars: