Counterpoint: Dylan's Story
Publish date: July 12th 2010
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 332
Edition language: English
Many of my favourite artists poured their tortured soul in a sculpture or on a canvas, and I am as saddened by their torment as thrilled by their work. There’s a specific violin concerto that puts me into some kind of transe. One of my favourite songs is titled “La Bohème”. I may roll my eyes at cha...
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There are some books that can only be described as epic and as close to perfection as it’s possible for a book to be. This novel is all that and more. Ruth Sims captures the artistic revolution of the setting in lush detail and brilliant prose.Full Review
Counterpoint is the musical relationship of melodic lines playing independently but forming a harmonic whole. There couldn't be a more fitting title for this book. A story with many independent tales, but coming together in one grand finale. It is very difficult to review this story due to it's comp...
OH. MY. GOD.This book was amazing. The character dynamics and characterization just blew me away. I legitimately cried when Lawrence died. Not just shed a few tears, but actually cried, which does NOT happen very often. The development of the relationship between Dylan and Lawrence was nice too, in ...
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