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  1. I knew when I read the prologue that this was not going to be a fun story, but it was a brave story. So often we find stories are good escape material that allow us to run free from the cares in our lives. What Alan has written is more like a punch in the gut where the pain spreads slowly and lasts a long time. Unfinished Symphony is a slice of life that is very real in its presentation and all about something we hope to never encounter in our lives. The characters he has developed all come to a point of pain and suffering in the story because it is unavoidable. But in tragedy these same people come together and their lives go on. This is a serious read and I would recommend a large box of tissues be kept at hand. The emotions of a tragedy affect reader and author alike, so I am sure Alan suffered in the writing. He should not be made to suffer in the accolades he deserves for giving us this story. Well done, Alan...you are braver than I am. Here is the link: http://www.awesomedude.com/alan_dwight/unfinished_symphony/index.htm
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