by A.M. Bauld
This wonderful debut novel follows Nannerl Mozart's life through marriage, children, widowhood and death in conversations with her nephew, Franz Xaver, Mozart's younger son. Intervoven is a fictional account of what may have happe The heroine is Nannerl Mozart, the forgotten sister of a genius. As a child she had played for the royal courts of Europe with her brother, yet...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published September 1st 2005 by Alcina Press
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I finally made it through this book was all I could think when I finished it. It had promise, interesting tale about the possibilities of what could have been for Mozart's sister who was said to have had the same talent- but had the downfall of being a woman. It just moved very slowly and at times was almost painful to plow through.