The Song of Us reviewed by Marie

A beautiful woman, a concert harpist and composer, has a long-term love affair with a man who loves another. She plays for palliative care patients in a Sydney hospital and helps to bring together two old lovers.

She travels to London for an audition, visits New York and her father sells the family home for an unbelievable sum. Although the unstated subject is death, author Zoe Wylde has written a book which is a pleasure to read because the author is so self-deprecating.

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