Ophelia: A Tale of Woe Undone
on July 12, 2013
This is a clever novel about a young woman who is harboring a secret that is torturing her.
I have to admit that giving a review on this book was a little difficult, as I did not want to submit a spoiler. That being said, the author has found a unique way to make powerful figures of classical music, history, and Shakespearean literature even more interesting than before. Being a fan of all three, I thoroughly enjoyed the way she interlaced each character with our heroine and her story. It was an emotional journey that ended on a good note.
I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
on July 30, 2013
A lovely summer read with laughter and love. The unforgettable characters and interesting story line kept me intrigued throughout. Although there are several twists and turns, the author blends them in perfectly allowing an even flow. It was funny, entertaining, and quite unique.