Well, not as good as Northern Light. But I am glad she didn't "throw it in the pond" as she states in the dedication. The story loses focus when Andi discovers the diary and reads it - loads of plot saying, OH! I shouldn't be reading! and then reading anyway. But it was fascinating to learn about music during the French Revolution and some of the musical connections between composers then and contemporary music. The book can't quite decide what it is, but I loved some of the characters and was grateful to know them for a while. Keep writing, Jennifer!
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“Life’s all about the revolution, isn’t it? The one inside, I mean. You can’t change history. You can’t change the world. All you can ever change is yourself.”
(Andi on visiting the Abelard Library for a school project): I was confused at first. I didn't know the drill. But I've got it figured out now. My job, here at the Abelard Library, is to get information. And Yves Bonnard's job is to stop me. Yves G. Bonnard, head archivist, aka the Great and Powerful Oz, aka the Grand Inquisitor, aka the Antichrist.