Praise for Mozart’s Wife
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The story of Konstanze and Wolfgang as told within the pages of Mozart's Wife, is just that, the story of a wife.
True, she happenens to be the wife of one of the greatest musical minds in history, but she is still a wife. As such, readers are privy to a glimpse behind the veil of pomp and glory that often surround historical figures. A glimpse at Mozart the man, the lover, the father, the son, and the husband.
Readers are exposed to his successes and failures, triumphs and defeats in a very intimate and readable fashion. In a voice that rings with honesty, sincerity, and love.
One can only hope to be so taken by the facets of a story, that one manages to completely lose one's self to its magic. With the masterfully fluid expressiveness found I the tales of Juliet Waldron however, that elusive transport is not a hope, but a promise.
Mozart's Wife is a book where there are no clear heroines or villains. That is not the point of its story.
This is however, the story of a life. The life of a great man...and the woman who loved him.