Book Review: A Note Yet Unsung

A Note Yet Unsung releases January 31st, and you will not be disappointed.

There are so many ways that I could go with this review, but I'm just going to be completely up front and honest. I cried with this book. You made me cry, Tamera Alexander.
It was so breathtaking. The rhythm of it all flowed together to produce a beautiful, symphonic harmony.
Every book I've ever read by Tamera Alexander has held me completely spellbound; A Note Yet Unsung was no different.
Rebekah Carrington was sent abroad at a very tender age. Her grandmother sent her away so that she could escape her abusive step-father. Rebekah comes home at her mother's insistence when her grandmother dies. Rebekah decides she cannot live in the house with her stepfather and attempts to secure a job with the symphony. She is refused, because she is a woman.
The Maestro is not what she expected at all, and as life would have it she is found to be working closely with him.
I'm not going to ruin the story for anyone, because I loved it so much. This is definitely one of those books that you could read over and over again and it would get better each time you read it.
A Note Yet Unsung  is about finding out who your true friends are, being loyal, and taking chances. 
I would recommend this book to anyone! Just don't get it and expect to be a quick read. It was something that I couldn't put down, it was that good. It didn't have explicit content, or any cringe moments.
The cover is also exquisite. It makes you want to just delve right into the story.
Five star review for this masterpiece. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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I was given a copy of this book by NetGalley for a complete and honest review.


  1. Great review, this looks like a lovely book :) And the cover's gorgeous, too!

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  3. Sounds like something I should check out! The cover really sets a neat tone for the book, too.