REVIEW: “City of Dark Magic” by Magnus Flyte
I found this book while browsing the grocery store’s book section, and loved the cover — couldn’t help but bring it home, after reading the blurb on the back.
And, my intuition was right — this book was awesome!
Sarah Weston is a musicologist. And, when she is mysteriously invited to Prague to help with the set-up of the Lubkowitz Palace Museum and their Beethoven exhibit, she is intrigued and yet suspicious.
While in Prague, Sarah discovers that there is more going on than most people suspect… she feels the need to try and solve the mystery of her professor’s death a short while earlier. She gets to know Prince Max Lubkowitz, and a dwarf named Nico Pertusato, amongst others. And, she sees more than she had ever imagined she could.
There were so many twists and turns to this book! And, while I found the “relationship” between Sarah and Max at times a little out of place, that didn’t detract from the overall story. I couldn’t put this book down!