I thoroughly enjoyed Musical Chairs, Amy Poeppel's latest book about classical musicians who struggle to maintain a musical life. The three generations of characters in Musical Chairs are all charmingly colorful and the reader gets to experience each of them growing and opening to new challenges, ideas, and lives. I think most would enjoy this novel; it is smart and funny, and the main characters are well-developed. But it would be especially interesting to musicians who have played in orchestras or ensembles. I particularly recommend the audiobook because it is narrated by several men and women, giving you the feeling that you are engrossed in a play. ⭐⭐⭐⭐/5 on Goodreads. Hardcover 413 pages, Audiobook 12 hours, 39 minutes.