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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Hungarian Dances by Jessica Duchen: On The Cover

Do you ever wish you could wake up as someone new?

Like most people, Karina isn't sure the life she chose is the right one. But she is willing to take drastic steps to change it.

 When disaster befalls her best friend, young English-born mum and teacher Karina feels compelled to question the very foundations of her existence. Her discoveries about her Hungarian family background and her Gypsy ancestry will change her life forever. In a moving panorama that spans eighty years, past and present collide in the intertwining stories of Karina and her grandmother, famous violinist Mimi Racz.

 Hungarian Dances is a love story, a mystery and a tale of extraordinary personal transformation.

 'The pages of Hungarian Dances just keep turning! Like all the best novels, it asks unexpected and compelling questions' Martin Davies, author of The Conjurer's Bird.

- Debolina Raja Gupta

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