The Tunes of Lenore



The Tunes of Lenore Ella is sixteen and her ex hippie parents are getting a divorce Reluctantly, she is headed to boarding school on a remote ranch where things are so rustic she ll have to chop her own firewood just to take a hot shower Surprisingly, the boys are hot there too, and soon her troubles at home are not nearly as complicated as her new relationships On her side, an old fiddle that provides unusual visions, and an insightful golden retriever named Jenny who can communicate like no other dog in the world On the other side, snakes, a troubled teacher, and a wild night in a tent she will remember forever. Best Download Books The Tunes of Lenore By J.T. Blossom – oldtimertips.us

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 400 pages
  • The Tunes of Lenore
  • J.T. Blossom
  • English
  • 25 July 2017

10 thoughts on “The Tunes of Lenore

  1. Clar says:

    The Tunes of Lenore is a very ambitious book set in the future that delivered well In this novel, we get to see our protagonist, Ella, adapt to a new surrounding, make new friends and take onresponsibility We also get to see how insightful Lenore, her fiddle is and get to know her adorable and witty Golden Retriever companion, Jenny.Ella starts out to be like any teenager these days critical and curious As she adjusts to her new school and living situation, she also reshapes how she se The Tunes of Lenore is a very ambitious book set in the future that delivered well In this novel, we get to see our protagonist, Ella, adapt to a...

  2. Margaret says:

    The Tunes of Lenore is a fascinating look at the near future from the perspective of a young high school student who is sent to a rustic boarding school in rural California It explores survival and getting along as well as climate issues, animal rights and care issues, population and natural resources Ella, our protagonist, brings her dog, Jenny, and her violin or fiddle, Lenore, to the school with her Each is special in their own way, and are important to the development of the story The wr The Tunes of Lenore is a fascinating look at the near future from the perspective...

  3. Lydian Blossom says:

    This is a charming and original coming of age story set in a creative and somehow sort of plausible near future in which animals and humans can communicate, and music can be quite literally transformative The story is fun, engaging and well written, and manages to also say som...

  4. M says:

    This review first published on Oh Just Books.The Tunes of Lenore is a beautiful book encompassing music, physics, dogs, ecology, farming, ranches, mechanics, nature, boarding school, sustainable living, farming, biology, research, and literature It is a beautifully written book and one that I really enjoyed reading, and I m sure you would too.It is set in the not too distant future, and environmental protection and ecology make up an important part of the story Almost like it is an important c This review first published on Oh Just Books.The Tunes of Lenore is a beautiful book encompassing music, physics, dogs, ecology, farming, ranches, mechanics, nature, boarding school, sustainable living, farming, biology, research, and literature It is a beautifully written book and one that I really enjoyed reading, and I m sure you would too.It is set in the not too distant future, and environmental protection and ecology make up an important part of the story Almost like it is an important character itself The titular Lenore is a fiddle owned by Ella Bradley, our wonderful protagonist She is a wonderful human being with goodness in her heart If you think she s just another sulky teenager at the outset, you ll realise once Jenny her dog and Lenore the aforementioned fiddle come up in the story that Ella is anything but a regular teenager You will come to like her evenas you readof this book Jenny is a very special dog, and I don t want to talkabout it because it s...

  5. Julie says:

    I really enjoyed this book I got right involved in the main character Ella as she dealt with her parents divorce as well as being shipped off to boarding school But you get to watch her grown, learn and change I love getting to be an observer to a character s internal growth.The book is set a little bit into the future 2026 Maybe it s because I m a little older than the intended reader, but I was a little distracted by some of the future technology presented in the book, with, I thou I really enjoyed this book I got right involved in the main character Ella as she dealt with her parents divorce as well as...

  6. James Lake says:

    From the first pages I found myself entranced by the imaginative and whimsical plot lines of this futuristic allegory about a teenage girl coming of age responding to advice of a magical canine companion who transmits emotionally charged images describing his encounters with the human world and other dogs In the background of a rustic boarding school Mr Blossom effectively weaves into the plot compelling memes about global warming, social responsibility and the simple joys of adolescent friend From ...

  7. Jennifer Shanahan says:

    I thought this book was kind of odd Ella is a California high school junior sent to a boarding school by her parents because they need time to work out their problems The school is very rustic where the few students that there are have to do all sorts of chores like gardening, chopping getting wood to heat water for the showers and their rooms which are not heated neither is the water It is a school where they have classes but much of the curriculum is outdoors the kids live in cabins wit I thought this book was kind of odd Ella is a California high school junior sent to a boarding school by her parents because they need time to work out their problems The school is very rustic where t...

  8. Olivia (littlebookbirdy) says:

    DNF I m sorry the first page was so bad Thank you for the chance to review though I appreciate the chance to read it.

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