Monthly Archives: September 2014

Vivaldi’s Virgins – Barbara Quick

Abandoned as an infant, fourteen-year-old Anna Maria Dal Violin is one of the elite musicians living in the foundling home where the “Red Priest,” Antonio Vivaldi, is maestro and composer. Fiercely determined to find out where she came from, Anna … Continue reading

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Barely Breathing – Rebecca Donovan

Breathing, book two “I’ve spent most of my life trying to make it to a future that still hasn’t happened, or avoid a past that won’t let me go. I don’t remember when I’ve ever just stopped to live in … Continue reading

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Top Ten Characters Who Would Sit At My Lunch Table

So, let’s scrap the idea of this being a Tuesday feature. I’ll just tackle them as I find them, and if I find them interesting. This one, however, I couldn’t pass up. 1. Erik (The Phantom of the Opera┬áby Gaston … Continue reading

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