In the first two installments of The Fugue and Fable Trilogy, readers embark on a wild ride through the mind of teenager Anthony Faircloth, as psychic Mira Tejedor bravely steps into his thoughts to discover what traumatic events have rendered the poor lad to a comatose state. In the third and final installment, the tables are turned. Mira herself is in a coma, and only Anthony has the ability to enter her mind to bring her back to the people who love her, especially her daughter, her mother, and her fiancee.
As in the previous books, Anthony's encyclopedic knowledge of classical music and ballet provides the exotic locales and the incarnations of the heroes and villains. The third book introduces new twists on action from the previous tales and has its own surprises, not the least of which is that anyone we care about is left standing after the battle scene of The 1812 Overture.
I really enjoyed that this book was told from the viewpoint of a teenager, whose thought processes and references to pop culture are perfectly captured by Kennedy. The Epilogue was just what I needed to say a fond farewell to these characters, with whom I fell in love while reading The Mussorgsky Riddle. I look forward to reading more books by author Darin Kennedy in the future.
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|Listening Length||12 hours and 19 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||03 September 2019|
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7,445 in Contemporary Fantasy (Books)
13,870 in Urban Fantasy (Books)
16,587 in Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
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