Review Of “The Enchanted Sonata” By Heather Dixon Wallwork @SmithPublicity

In The Enchanted Sonata, 15-year-old Clara Stahlbaum has her future perfectly planned: marry the handsome pianist, Johann Kahler (ah!), and settle down to a life full of music. But all that changes when Clara receives a mysterious and magical nutcracker. Whisked away to his world—an enchanted empire of beautiful palaces, fickle fairies, enormous rats, and a prince—Clara must face a magician who uses music as magic…and the future she thought she wanted.
Dixon Wallwork is a musician, animator and author. Working under Disney Interactive, she has illustrated for many popular franchises including Lucasfilm, Marvel and Pixar, and was the story lead for the Moana playset. She is the author of two novels published by Greenwillow Books – HarperCollins: 
Entwined and Illusionarium.
For more information visit Dixon Wallwork at Say hello and see more of her gorgeous illustrations on InstagramFacebook and Twitter.

Thank you Smith Publicity for gifting me a copy of this book, in exchange of an honest review. All opinions are my own.

I rate this book a 3.5 out of 5 Stars.

This is not my normal type of read, and because of that, I found myself putting off reading it. However, I did pick it up and I loved it! It was so rich, and lyrical. It had such a detailed and imaginative world, the worlds just flowed off the pages. I honestly felt like I needed to have The Nutcracker music playing while I read it.

I only wish I would have featured this, and review it during the Holiday season. However, a book this beautiful could be read and enjoyed any time of the year, and if you know anyone who loves The Nutcracker, or classical music, buy them this book! (Not to mention, It’s FREE for Kindle Unlimited users)

I don’t think I have read a book with such elegant, whimsical characters in a long while. This book was such a breath of fresh air. Now I need all the Heather Dixon Wallwork, especially if the covers are this gorgeous!

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