"Silly and sugary stuff. Could better have been packaged as a greeting card of one kind or another."
The French author's second to appear here (after Snow, 2003), said to be a success in Europe, is a small little tidbit of Hallmarkiana about a musician who lives—and dies—during the Napoleonic era.
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