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The Musician is a charmingly unique story that feels, at times, as if Prieto had asked the question 'what would happen if I wrote a classic Latin American magical realism story but gave it a quirky ensemble cast a lá Wes Anderson?' The result is a heartwarming portrait of modern-day Brazil as seen from the eyes of diverse characters both young and old, city-folk and indigenous forest-folk alike. The thread that connects them all and winds itself arounds readers' hearts is the magical music at the core of the tale.

–Danielle Koehler, author of The Other Forest

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