TBR of the Week: Melophobia, from James Morris

Hello, guys! Sorry, I know the posts are still messed up, but I’m just back from a 8 hour long trip by car and my younger cousin is staying over, so time is still avoiding me, haha! Hopefully I can go back on my tracks before the end of the week…

Anyway, welcome to the first Sunday of 2016! Yes, it’s TBR of the Week day 😀 And I chose a book sent to me by one of the most talented authors ever, James Morris ❤ I’ve read What Lies Within [review here!] from him last year and can’t wait to read his new novel, Melophobia!

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Goodreads blurb:

Melophobia: fear or hatred of music.

The time—now; the place—America, but in a world where the government controls all forms of art and creativity. Any music sowing the seeds of anarchy is banned—destroyed if found—its creators and listeners harshly punished.

Merrin Pierce works as an undercover Patrol officer assigned to apprehend a fugitive musician who threatens the safe fabric of society, only to confront everything she thought to be true – her values, upbringing, job, and future.

Can love survive in a world without music?

Publisher’s Weekly called it “a convincing alternative history novel and…an accomplished coming-of-age love story that asks big questions about freedom and expressiveness in the face of oppression.”

Why I got interested: can you imagine a world without music? I can’t! I need to see how James Morris worked his magic to create such a dreadful place. My curiosity always takes the best of me, haha! Hopefully, I’ll read this soon 😀

That’s it! Thanks for reading and again, I’m sorry for the messed up posting schedule – I promise I’m working on that, haha! And thanks for sending me your book, James! ❤

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