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Pizzicato: The Abduction of the Magic Violin

Pizzicato: The Abduction of the Magic Violin

Written by Rusalka Reh

Narrated by Kirby Heyborne


Pizzicato: The Abduction of the Magic Violin

Written by Rusalka Reh

Narrated by Kirby Heyborne

ratings:
5/5 (1 rating)
Length:
3 hours
Released:
Nov 13, 2012
ISBN:
9781469212005
Format:
Audiobook

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Nonstop fun with a dizzying amount of mystery, Pizzicato: The Abduction of the Magic Violin is a lighthearted whodunit featuring a fair-haired orphan named Darius Dorian, who has a sly wit and a curious way of approaching most any predicament. Darius is none too pleased to be paired with Archibald Archinola, a master violinmaker, for a school project, especially when he thinks about his rival-fellow orphan and constant nemesis Max-being surrounded by Porsches at Auto Frederick for the same assignment. But when Darius discovers an old violin in a glass case and strikes the chords, a cut on his hand magically disappears, and suddenly studying with the violinmaker proves to be anything but dull. As a greedy doctor works to get his hands on the magic fiddle, Darius is forced to pull a few strings to save the magic violin's power.

Released:
Nov 13, 2012
ISBN:
9781469212005
Format:
Audiobook

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  • (5/5)
    Darius is to do his school project by following a violin maker and shadowing him before writing an essay on what a violin maker does. While there he discovers a violin that glows blue in the cabinet of the violin maker. He is drawn to it and takes it from the cabinet where he discovers the violin has magical powers.I enjoyed this book. I liked Darius, a quiet sensitive boy, who has a way with the violin. He knows nothing of the history of the violin but has figured out what the violin can do if used correctly. He also learns what happens when it is used wrong. I enjoyed learning the thoughts of the violin maker, Archibald. I loved Queenie who lived in the orphanage with Darius. She was funny. This was a quiet find of mine. I'm glad I found it amongst my many books.