9 December 2011 0 Comments

Two more blogs love Mozart’s Last Aria

My new novel Mozart’s Last Aria has two great reviews on the blogs Reading Lark and Life in the Thumb. I’m delighted because these are the places readers go these days to find out what’s hot. It’s a sign of growing word-of-mouth for the novel. Reading Lark gives it an “I Love It” tag and also writes:

You can’t help but feel the amount of time and devotion that went into crafting this novel. Rees writes in beautiful, sweeping prose and transports the reader to Vienna’s streets in 1791. I learned so much and enjoyed the story as well. I highly recommend this book to fans of historical fiction, mysteries, and classical music.

Life in the Thumb is, if anything, even more stellar in its praise:

I was totally immersed into this story and didn’t want it to end. You should all know by now that I make a habit of reading “About the book or Afterwards” before diving into the story. I’m always glad that I do because it has really added to my enjoyment of the story. I did what the author suggested and listened to specially selected music. I think it really helped to put me into the mood and captured the time period perfectly. I highly recommend this book to lovers of music, intrigue, mystery and beautifully written historical fiction!

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