Title: London Harmony: Feel the Beat (London Harmony #2)
Author Name: Erik Schubach
Publication Date & Length: April 17, 2015 – 210 pgs
Abigail suffers from two conditions that allow her to experience the world around her in such a unique manner that she can literally see and feel the music around her.
On a chance meeting at a music repair shop, she meets a tinker, Isabelle, who is unlike anyone she has ever met. Together, they work to get Abi’s unique music noticed.
After a near tragedy, they discover that unbeknown to them, she already had.
(London Harmony is a spinoff of the Music of the Soul books.)
This book is written ok. I absolutly love this book as well as the first one, but still feel like the tences are bouncing back and forth. it can be hard to keep up with in places, this one more so than Water Gypsy
The story is simply amazing I absoultly love how Abi overcomes every thing life has thrown at her by embracing the positivie and building her life around it. You can feel her pain through the story as well as her happiness at not giving up and letting her problems win.
It also seems the more determined she is to keep a positive attitude and not let things like cancer and going blind for a time keep her down, the outcome is even greater than she imagined.
A modern day romance with the lead having to fight physical disabilities to survive and succeed.
An enjoyable short novel and, as with all Mr Schubach’s novels, well written. The final chapters were really delightful, and the epilogue really illuminating, especially for MOTS and previous London Harmony readers.
However I did find many of the expressions used by the characters in this novel repeated from previous books. The overall theme was also very similar to previous scenarios. I was also disappointed, as this series is set in London, that quite a few of the references made to illustrate certain aspects were American and therefore not as easily identifiable to a British audience.
I am sure this novel will be enjoyed by readers of the MOTS series and London Harmony readers but I personally found it to be rather repetitive and too similar to previous books in the series.
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