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Every note played : a novel / Lisa Genova.

Genova, Lisa, (author.).
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  • 67 of 69 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Carnegie PL of Steuben Co - Angola FIC GENOVA (Text) 33118000182081 Adult: General Fiction Available -
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  • ISBN: 9781476717807
  • ISBN: 147671780X
  • Physical Description: 307 pages ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First Scout Press hardcover edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Scout Press, 2018.

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An accomplished concert pianist, Richard received standing ovations from audiences all over the world in awe of his rare combination of emotional resonance and flawless technique. Every finger of his hands was a finely calibrated instrument, dancing across the keys and striking each note with exacting precision. That was eight months ago. Richard now has ALS, and his entire right arm is paralyzed. His fingers are impotent, still, devoid of possibility. The loss of his hand feels like a death, a loss of true love, a divorce--his divorce. He knows his left arm will go next. Three years ago, Karina removed their framed wedding picture from the living room wall and hung a mirror there instead. But she still hasn't moved on. Karina is paralyzed by excuses and fear, stuck in an unfulfilling life as a piano teacher, afraid to pursue the path she abandoned as a young woman, blaming Richard and their failed marriage for all of it. When Richard becomes increasingly paralyzed and is no longer able to live on his own, Karina becomes his reluctant caretaker. As Richard's muscles, voice, and breath fade, both he and Karina try to reconcile their past before it's too late.
Subject: Pianists > Fiction.
Husband and wife > Fiction.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis > Patients > Fiction.
Genre: Domestic fiction.
Medical fiction.

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