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Sofia's Tune (Ellis Island) Paperback – November 1, 2015
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Cindy Thomson writes from her home in Central Ohio. Her Ellis Island series concludes with Sofia's Tune. She is also the author of Brigid of Ireland, Celtic Wisdom: Treasures From Ireland, and co-author of a baseball hall of fame biography Three Finger: The Mordecai Brown Story. She has written numerous magazine articles mostly on Irish genealogy, and blogs at www.cindyswriting.com.
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While the characters were well developed, switching back and forth between the 2 main characters made it a bit choppy to read. It felt very slow to develop! I did enjoy that it wasn't easy to guess the mystery. I also liked the enlightening historical aspects. As always, I'm a sucker for a happy ending, but enjoyed that the loose ends weren't tied up too neatly...just enough to allow the readar to imagine the rest the way she would like to.
Oh and as far as readability is concerned, I appreciated that it was well edited and had no glaring grammatical errors. To be honest, I didn't even notice the actual writing, and that is exactly how I like it to be. ;)