Glory is a piano prodigy.
After her mother died, she retreated into her music. Her father raised her with the goal of playing sold out shows at Carnegie Hall and across the globe. Brilliant and lonely, Glory is drawn to Frank, who moves in next door. She loses herself in his paintings and drawings, mix CD’s and late-night IM conversations. Soon, Frank becomes both her connection to the world--and her escape from reality.
Before long, Glory is unable to play anything but the song “Chopsticks”; F and G notes moving closer together, and farther apart.
Now, Glory has disappeared. But nothing is what it seems. And we must decide what is real, what is imagined, and what has been madness all along.
I don't think I have ever read anything like this. Chopsticks is visually a beautiful book. It mixes real and staged pictures with written notes and IMs and drawings and documents... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Kindle Customer
I’m definitely the type of girl who likes to know the book before buying it but Chopsticks was different for me. The instant I saw it I knew I had to buy it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by PartnersinBooks
This is a lovely and unique graphic novel told largely in full page images and IM messages, with some letters and 1-2 sentence dialogue pieces thrown in. Read morePublished 6 months ago by EpicFehlReader
An Open Letter To Chopsticks,
You just blew my mind. I had no idea what you were when I picked you up at the library. Read more
A love story told via photos? So very interesting and unique. I thought "love story" was also utterly heartbreaking. Such a well done piece of story telling.Published 12 months ago by Nichole Bellow
This book was great. It's told in all pictures and very little words. It's crazy how much you can see from these pictures. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Chloe
Finished: Jan. 2013
Okay, so, I finished this tonight...Within about an hour and a half or so..(had to keep stopping to talk to my kids, respond to messages, etc). Read more
I found this story to be a really creative and new way to tell a story. I liked that it was a mix of visual and text to tell the story. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Sarah Woodard
I won a copy of this through Goodreads First-Reads.
I have to say, this book was one of a kind. It's not one to be read, but one to be absorbed. Read more