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  • Cook Memorial Public Library District

    The Cellist of Sarajevo by Steven Galloway. While a cellist plays at the site of a mortar attack to commemorate the deaths of twenty-two friends and neighbors, two other men set out in search of bread and water to keep themselves alive, and a woman sniper secretly protects the life of the cellist as her army becomes increasingly threatening.

  • Connetquot Public Library

    *BOOK CLUB IN A BAG SELECTION. How does one hold on to their humanity during a time of war? A young husband risks his life to get water for his family and neighbor. A musician plays his cello each day at 4:00 at the exact spot that 22 people lost their lives while waiting in line for bread. A female sniper cleverly hides in a shelled building in order to protect the cellist and the spirit of hope and beauty he represents.

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  • Myke Weber

    LIVE AND LEARN: Book Review - The Cellist of Sarajevo by Steven Galloway

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The Power of Books, 2003 © Mladen PENEV (Photoartist. Vienna, Austria) and Vienna University Applied Arts Collection (as of 2005)

Great author.... Glad I have convinced my kids to give his books a try. Now they love him too.

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A Coney Island of the Mind, by Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Cover design by Rudolph De Harak. 1958

This will be how I die. Buried under a pile of fallen books. When I'm 110.