Monday, 19 October 2009


"This was an intriguing read from the very start, it kept my interest and I read it all in one go. Short parts of the story, like pieces of a jigsaw were quickly put into context and given ‘realism’ and depth. All linked to one central theme, the two works of art by Goya. The plot was developed by using the different characters to give different perspectives. There was a good balance between character development and setting the scene. These were only developed enough to whet your appetite and then moved on to the next. This gave the story a good pace.
The background/backdrop to the story seemed to be well researched and added ‘colour’ and realism to the setting for the story. I really do want to see how the ‘jigsaw pieces’ will fit together. I would buy this book to find out. Great!"

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