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    Trying to Remember a Book

    The first book I read where I became aware of the beauty of the written word was a book by Even Hunter (I think) about a blind MC. It followed his life from the time he was seven or so through adulthood, along with his rising career as a pianist. I could have sworn it was called Streets of Gold, but when I recently tried googling it I came up flat.

    I was twelve when I read it, purloined from a stack of library books my father had. After that I read everything I could get my hands on by Hunter. Previously, I read books according to the story. This one book gave me a whole new appreciation for the art of storytelling.

    So am I imagining this? Does anyone recognize the story? Maybe I have the author wrong.
    Last edited by Elaine Margarett; 02-20-2013 at 12:26 AM.

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