The Price Of A Dream

In life, sometimes a world in which we only hear about and rarely pay attention to collides with our own. This is a true, inspirational short story about how one unsuspecting man's act of kindness was able to ignite the dreams of an aspiring 16-year-old violinist whose young life had been defined by consistent struggle and heartbreak. More
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Published: Sep. 03, 2012
Words: 2,080
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476338255
About Andrew W. Lukonis

Andrew is an entrepreneur, artist, scientist, inventor, and amateur musician. He lives in Raleigh, North Carolina and is currently growing his new business, Lukonis Violins, along with pursuing a variety of other creative projects. He is a member of a local orchestra and is actively engaged in taking private violin lessons to continue his education. Andrew enjoys motivating & empowering others and believes that knowledge, inspiration, and imagination are major factors in excelling at whatever you wish to achieve.

Lukonis Violins specializes in offering quality violins at very affordable prices to the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Triangle area. With a fully integrated website to showcase all violins for sale at their store, browsing for a new violin has never been easier! All sessions to come try their violins are scheduled by appointment only to ensure that each customer receives personalized, individual attention. A welcoming atmosphere and wonderful instruments are what they are all about!

Reviews

Review by: Kenneth Bradshaw on Sep. 06, 2012 : (no rating)
This non-fiction short story by Andrew Loukanis has drama, suspense, human relationships and a conclusion that may well leave you in tears. At the very least, it will cause you to want to do a good deed for someone else!

Once you begin reading it, you probably won't stop until you've finished because it is so compelling. It is amazing what can happen when two lives inter-connect, even though separated by geography. Tenacity by both parties in this story kept it from being a forgotten memory!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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