Mundanity By Jonathan Carreau        
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Richard Harvell

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In 1750, Moses is castrated so that he can sing songs of love on the opera stage. This terrible operation preserves his angelic voice, and it curses him for life. And yet, as he recounts his dramatic story, we learn that this famous castrato has become—impossibly—both a lover and a father.

Being translated into more than a dozen languages

Indie Next Pick October 2011

"An aria of a book" —The Washington Post

"Highly recommended."—Library Journal

"A musical and literary treat."—Booklist

Other rave reviews from publications around the world.

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Best wishes and thanks for reading!
Richard Harvell