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This was such a unique take on the Mozart's story.

Hyacinth and Nannerl really fascinated me, and the ending of the book made me sob (in joy, I presume). I love Mozart's music, and it really helped me appreciate his backstory a lot more.

It was so interesting to read the world that Wolfgang and Nannerl had created; it truly is odd to be inside the minds of a prodigy. I don't think this was Lu's forte, but nonetheless, it is an incredibly beautiful story. The one odd complaint I have was the nannerl tended to repeat herself SO MUCH. It got on my nerves, and I would consider myself a pretty patient person (as far as people go). However, this is one of my favorite dark fantasy books (with magnificent prose) to date.