Re: Tempesta's Dream: Chapters 25 through 30
This may be a duplicate post. I'm posting this for the second time, don't know why first post disappeared???
I did not forsee what happened in New Orleans. I expected him to go on to the Met.
I finished the book. Every book is a labor of love and the author certainly shows his love for opera, and music in general, in this book. There were some very good things and also some not so good things in this work, as there is in every other book or art form. I liked the ending. I would recommend "Tempesta's Dream" to opera buffs and music students. The snippets of arias and pictures of Italy made the story come alive for me.
I apologize for ending my comments at this time (half-way through the discussion), but I need more time for my art work, as I do most of my painting in the wintertime. Perhaps my comments were too extensive and I'm sorry if I offended anybody. Wishing the author all the best in all his future endeavors. Ciao!www.VictoriaNorvaisa.com