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"The True Adventures of Nicolo Zen," Exciting Tale After Slow Start

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Posted: Tuesday, March 4, 2014 2:25 pm

Written by Nicholas Christopher, "The True Adventures of Nicolo Zen" is an enjoyable read. It is set in the streets of Venice and focuses on a young boy named Nicolo. It shows his adventures and misadventures as he learns to live with the loss of his whole family and to survive in an unforgiving world.

At just age fourteen, Nicolo is orphaned and forced out of his home. The only thing he has left in the world is a clarinet his father gave given him. However, the clarinet is special because a famous magician placed a spell on it. This spell allows Nicolo to play the best and most challenging music of the day perfectly.

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