Madilla – Ian B. Boyd

Nice photo of Madilla, thanks to Roseylocks

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Madilla is exquisitely written stories of the self discovery of one girl from a small Himalayan village, whose natural ability on the piano offer her escape from the struggles that surround her, as well as the opportunity to learn the truth about her world.


Before I continue with the, as always, spoiler free review – I would like to take this time to thank Ian Boyd for reaching out to me and giving me the chance to read and review Madilla. This opportunity has in no way influenced my review.


As mentioned, Madilla’s natural ability on the piano is a focal point of the novel, it allows her to connect with not just herself, but the history of her culture and the animals around her. The way Boyd describes the music she plays were some of my favouite parts of the novel and unlike anything I have ever read before…

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