The Musician's Daughter
Publish date: 2008-12-23
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Okay YA novel but really hard to get into... wasn't really impressed with the author's style.
2 stars — it was okay. I admit, the reason this book was even ever in my hands is because the synopsis made it out to be a really good mystery: When Theresa Maria finds out that her father has been murdered, and that his precious violin has been stolen, she's determined to find out the culprit — exc...
This review also at The Book BabeDue to copy and paste, formatting has been lost.For the first few chapters of this book, I was a tad bit worried. The characters weren't very inspiring, the story was just meh, and of course, I was just bored. Meanwhile, I'm reading, and I'm thinking to myself, "What...
in a sentence or so: Theresa's dad is murdered and his body is brought home in the middle of the night. the musicians who bring him to the doorstep leave her with little information and a whole lot of mystery to unravel.Theresa loves music almost as much as she loved her father. his death is almost...
Susanne Dunlap has done a marvelous job in describing life in 18th Century Vienna. Court intrigues, jealousies between musicians (the heroine's godfather is Jozsef Haydn), and racial conflicts between the Viennese, Hungarians and the Romany are all brought to the fore in this well-crafted novel.Six...
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