Tunefully Traveling

Welcome to a well-tempered novel featuring J.S. Bach’s masterpiece, The Well-Tempered Clavier. In his 2002 novel The Piano Tuner, Daniel Mason uses highly descriptive language related to the […]

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Rose Under Fire by Elizabeth Wein

After reading Code Name Verity (previously reviewed by Dana) I immediately got on the waiting list to read the sequel/companion novel Rose Under Fire by Elizabeth Wein. […]

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In the Shadow of

When young Robert Louis Stevenson met Fanny Van de Grift at an enclave of Bohemian writers and artists in France, he was spellbound.  Small, dark, […]

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Lights in the Darkness

M.L. Stedman’s debut novel, The Light Between Oceans, is a beautiful and heartbreaking story of a young couple in the wake of World War I. […]

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