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Eventually the story line at the mid-point became a bit slow and repetitious.
I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys learning about Classical composers, is curious to read about Mozart's sister, and anyone who is willing to try a bio-novel.
The author's beautiful writing and detailed research give readers an intimate peek into the eccentric personalities who inhabit the Mozart home.
The book seemed to be written for young girls. It felt contemporary and too much license taken with assumed history.Published 27 days ago by Mary D. Walton
I thought Mozart's sister's personality was inconsistent from time to time, and just not very interesting. I would have preferred to spend my time with another book.Published 1 month ago by M. Fisk
This book took me to a different era and showed what life could be like then. I had not known a lot about it before, so I'm not sure how much is history and how much fiction, but... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rie K
This book again shows me that woman's equality has made tremendous advances. Nannerl and her tremendous talens were forced into the background by her father who was acting as a man... Read morePublished 2 months ago by irish_iiis
This book was a little different from what I ususally read. I think it was incredably awful how many women were treated in this era. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nancy Luebke
I eagerly anticipated reading this book, for years I have wondered about Mozart's sister and her wasted talent. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Silvia Domenge
I really liked the book. It made me appreciate how far women's rights and customs have come. I would recommend this book to others.Published 10 months ago by Sharon
This was a very good book. I really like historical fiction. I would encourage everyone to read it. Very good.Published 10 months ago by Linda Hammen
This book doesn't claim to be the truth about every detail, and the author admits that she pieced together some of the conversations from other material she read. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Caliope