Publish date: April 8th 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 270
Edition language: English
Have you ever had a compulsion to do something even though you strongly suspect that it won't turn out well? When Jeremy Spencer of 'Murderous Requiem' by Jamie Fessenden is offered an opportunity to study and translate what could be the find of the century, there's no way he can turn it down. Jerem...
3,7 stars.The storyline is so complex and extravagant that if it were my first book of Jamie Fessenden I would have probably written "The author can't decide what genre he should chose.". It was already mentioned in many reviews that it is a weird blend out of many genres- paranormal, mystery, roma...
Warning: At least passing knowledge of folklore, occult, mythology, and music theory required.It’s kind of not bad, but there are several different strands going on. First is the occult/musical analysis part. Then there’s all the stuff related to the Temple going on, of which there are several. Each...
4 HeartsReview written for MM Good Book Reviewshttp://mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.com/Jeremy is drawn back into the occult order he helped found many years ago, with the temptation of transcribing a score of Renaissance music never heard of before he returns to a world and a lover he left behind. Re...
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