How to Tell Toledo from the Night Sky Lydia Netzer July 1st

Think of this story of as a beautiful mosaic that is revealed a section at a time.  It manages to blend music, math, astrology, psychics, friends, love, death, darkness and light and it does it beautifully.  The story weaves together the current lives of George, Irene and Kate who are all brilliant academics, Belion who dates Irene, and the past of George’s parents Sally and Dean and their friends Ray and Bernice.  Each of the characters is unique and they fit together in unexpected ways.  I loved the voices of the characters and the flow of the story which was a times magical, mystical, joyful and heartbreaking.  This story truly offers something for just about every reader.  Review copy furnished through Net  Galley in exchange for an honest review.

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