I was given an opportunity to read and review this book by Authors Assistant……
I had a difficult time grasping this book. It jumped around to quickly. There was no flow. Kept jumping back and forth between “present” and “seven years ago.” This book had an obvious plot from the beginning.
Which would have been okay, but it was quite dark.
The main quote that got my attention was: “Want to know my recipe for courage?” I said barely above a whisper. “Welcome Death, there’s nothing to lose. When there’s nothing to lose, there’s nothing to fear.”
The structure of the character, Angelic, was a little chaotic.
I have no clue where the title “Two Graves” comes into place.
I’m not sure how the theme of the novel, which is not only revenge, it’s also music and Dante’s Inferno, comes into play.
All I could grasp was a troubled musician, trying to get revenge, for a lost child.
I think the novel would have been better if longer and more information.
What happened to the child? How did he die? Did he die or did he go missing? What was Angelic’s breaking point at loosing her child? WHO was the Maestro? How did Angelic get to the orchestra?
In the end I was left with more questions than answers.