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    [D.M. Denton] PDF To A Strange Somewhere Fled Free D.M. Denton ´ 0 Summary Summary Ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ D.M. Denton The adventures in this novel about Donatella in England are charmingly told in this lovely covered book where we find ourselves involved in matters and ways of those days Donatella meets interesting people who now are famous like Master Henry Purcell and bit by bit she learns English But most of all she is an artist hersel

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    [D.M. Denton] PDF To A Strange Somewhere Fled Free In this tour de force book D M Denton shows her command of a distinctive point of view and writing style that enables her to communicate it Her style breaks the rules but it is just this breaking up and apart that reveals her character’s experiences in new and unexpected ways It allows for flourishes nuances changes in pace and variations on themes as music does With delicacy and sureness the author works with her themes of memory love

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    [D.M. Denton] PDF To A Strange Somewhere Fled Free Summary Ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ D.M. Denton D.M. Denton ´ 0 Summary In her follow up to A House Near Luccoli author DM Denton takes readers back to 17th century Europe moving the story of impassioned young spinster Donatella from Stradella’s Genoa to the England of Henry PurcellOne insta

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    [D.M. Denton] PDF To A Strange Somewhere Fled Free Summary Ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ D.M. Denton D.M. Denton ´ 0 Summary The music continues in To A Strange Somewhere Fled DM Denton's lovely seuel to A House Near Luccoli This story follows Donatella and her mother

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    [D.M. Denton] PDF To A Strange Somewhere Fled Free D.M. Denton ´ 0 Summary Summary Ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ D.M. Denton DM Denton takes readers “To a Strange Somewhere Fled” that is both emotional and physical The heroine Donatella an introverted sensitive artist and poet must come to terms with overwhelming grief for her beloved Alessandro and adapt to a new home new country new language and new climate Ms Denton tells Donatella’s

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    [D.M. Denton] PDF To A Strange Somewhere Fled Free review To A Strange Somewhere Fled 50 out of 5 stars Let's Go to LondonBy Jean Rodenbough on November 6 2015Format Kindle EditionVerified PurchaseThis is a seuel to her first book A House Near Luccoli A well researched history of the 17th century music loved by the Italians in Genoa and now in England where well known musicians such as Henry Purcell and other notables are popular What I found most valuable in these two books were the exceptional scenes with compos

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    Summary Ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ D.M. Denton D.M. Denton ´ 0 Summary [D.M. Denton] PDF To A Strange Somewhere Fled Free Four words Bravo Bravo Bravo Bravo OK a few words I couldn't wait to pick up Diane’s book after I'd put it down for such things as work and sleep getting in the way of reading this superb seuel to A House Near Luccoli Transported to Oxfordshire we catch up with Donatella once and so the mystery the secrets and the rhythm within these pages lifts the reader to appreciate the subtle yet daring intricacies of music passion and lif

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    [D.M. Denton] PDF To A Strange Somewhere Fled Free Summary Ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ D.M. Denton This review is by D Bennison of Bennison BooksI was privileged to have a pre publication review copyTo open the pages of a historical novel written by DM Denton is to find that the past is no longer a foreign country In this beauti

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    [D.M. Denton] PDF To A Strange Somewhere Fled Free Donatella's new journey is one of grief and change complicated by old tensions and fresh heartaches She is adrift struggling to learn a new language searching for new purpose in a world forever marred by loss She is also determined to live by her own rules To a Strange Somewhere Fled follows her growth with the s

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The Mangrove Tree uWas then in the ways of music Donatella s new journey is one of grief and change complicated by old tensions and fresh heartaches She is adrift struggling to learn a new language searching for new purpose in a world forever marred by loss She is also determined to live by her own rules To a Strange Somewhere Fled follows her growth with the same poetic prose and careful attention to detail that made A House Near Luccoli such a lyrical read In this tour de force book D M Denton shows her command of a distinctive point of view and writing style that enables her to communicate it Her style breaks the rules but it is just this breakingp and apart that reveals her character s experiences in new and nexpected ways that reveals her character s experiences in new and nexpected ways allows for flourishes nuances changes in pace and variations on themes as music does With delicacy and sureness the author works with her themes of memory love and loss Grief and love vibrate throughout Donatella is a spinster young but not too young who captures the wayward musiciancomposer Alessandro Stradella s imagination in A House Near Luccoli In this inspired seuel Donatella has moved from her native Genoa to live with her father now a retired sea captain near the small town of Wroxton in the English countryside She carries with her not only the memory of the extraordinary Stradella who has been murdered but some of his musical compositions as well In this way she can keep a part of him with her and protect his work from his enemiesShe is attuned to her rich interior life as it is her most constant companion This subliminal stream of images and thoughts affords her a form of transcendence by overcoming time as it links past present and futureComing to a new and alien place Donatella finds she has freedom to explore the world As she navigates the subtleties of Understanding Yandere Lovers unexpected relationships she begins to openp with the mature beauty of a late bloomer made enticing by her shyness and modesty Her mother s overt and indiscriminate sexual flirtations offer a sharp contrast to Donatella s smoldering deep banked passion and careful sensuality It is her virtue that attracts men This is not the same as innocence she is well aware of the human condition Donatella is intoxicated by her passion which frightens her for what it might lead her to do This is a story of a woman s passion whether it is the bliss of a walk in the woods or the transporting joy of music or *the recognition of loving and being loved by *recognition of loving and being loved by What an inspired and informed imagination to portray the young Henry Purcell The composer is still finding his way as are Donatella and another young man Purcell appreciates the work of Stradella and others who preceded him even as he struggled to promote his own The author s descriptions of music particular musicians and musical performances make this book a work of art itself To A Strange Somewhere Fled is a virtuoso performance DM Denton takes readers To a Strange Somewhere Fled that is both emotional and physical The heroine Donatella an introverted sensitive artist and poet must come to terms with overwhelming grief for her beloved Alessandro and adapt to a new home new country new language and new climate Ms Denton tells Donatella s story through her niue lyrical style and vivid descriptions of the places and the musicReaders know Donatella from A House Near Luccoli but they will meet a new intriguing cast of characters her mama vivacious despite a chronic illness her father the Captain whom Donatella tries to connect with despite a language barrier a cranky eccentric neighbor and new love interest Roger North completely different from bad boy musician Alessandro Stradella but just as appealing And for my fellow cat lovers we meet felines adjusting to their new home To a Strange Somewhere Fled is a tale of hope and healing even in the ashes of grief If you loved Donatella in A House Near Luccoli you will enjoy her continuing story in To a Strange Somewhere Fled This review is by D Bennison of Bennison BooksI was privileged to Have A Pre Publication Review a pre publication review open the pages of a historical novel written by DM Denton is to find that the past is no longer a foreign country In this beautifully realized seuel to A House Near Luccoli the author once again effortlessly blends the vividly imagined fictional character Donatella with real life historical figures and settings to create a world that is as beguiling as it is believableWe are invited to follow Donatella s progress as she faces a very different future from the one she had begun to imagine for herself without the i. Sonnet 'stolen' music inexpressible secrets and an irrepressible spirit have stowed away on her journey Haunted by whispers and visions angels and demons will she rise out of grief and aimlessness Her father's friendsh. ,


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In her follow Brothers up to A House Near Luccoli author DM Denton takes readers back to 17th century Europe moving the story of impassioned young spinster Donatella from Stradella s Genoa to the England of Henry PurcellOne instantly remarkable element of DM Denton s fiction is herniue blending of history and fiction such was the backdrop for her 2012 novel A House Near Luccoli Which Introduced A Memorable Fictional Protagonist Donatella To One Of introduced a memorable fictional protagonist Donatella to one of s most enigmatic composers the roguish Alessandro Stradella This strength of Denton s is played pon in Luccoli s seuel novel To a Strange Somewhere Fled which finds a heartbroken Donatella amid a cast of decidedly English characters plucked with tmost authenticity from the resonance of history After tragedy struck in Genoa Donatella joins her family in her father s native England trading the majesty of the Mediterranean for the Leaders Eat Last unruly weather andnusual society of Oxfordshire Despondent and bereft Donatella suffers renewed sadness as she comes to terms with her new life as a foreigner in a strange land struggling to replace her native Italian with the confusing language of the English and La muralla verde ultimately learning to adapt to their waysEven as Donatella is haunted by the memory of Stradella whose charming and often mischievous presence seems to have followed her along with several never performed copies of his compositions to England the determined heroine expecting to resign herself once to spinsterhood findsnexpected emotions and gradually a new adventure awaiting her From neighbors charming and catastrophic to an invasion of Italian musical greats and even an appearance by the celebrated Henry Purcell Donatella is soon buoyed between her own grief and the alluring irrepressible pull of creativity Almost all of the immediate characters in the story with the exception of *Donatella S Family And *s family and or two others are rooted in history and the author shares her insights with the reader in a well organized collection of historical notes at the back of the book With this novel Denton takes her fusion of history and fiction into an even deeper territory depicting not only composers of British and Italian nationality but also female singers and even men of law such as the story s male protagonist biographer and lawyer Roger North With sublime grace and devotion Denton marries the two worlds together to form a setting for her novel that s nothing short of enchantingKeeping true to A House Near Luccoli much of the foundation of this novel relies heavily on music as expression The cadences and temperaments of compositions are reflected in Denton s pacing as well as her confidently executed freedom of narrative some scenes that would traditionally be laid out in show stopping dramatics may happen The New Competition uietly maybe even outside of the narrative completely revelations are made characters introduced and emotionsncovered with Domestic Slavery Considered as a Scriptural Institution by Francis Wayland and Richard Fuller unexpected swells and surges of expression As a result Denton s writing is as beautiful and complex as the music she effectively seeks to honor And while Donatella and her story full as it is of such a legion of colorful characters are vastly entertaining in their own right often Denton s descriptions of musical performances manage to swoop in and lift the readerp to even greater heights Her passionate research and personal love of the art both shine through in the remarkable imagery her prose evokes enrapturing her audience and taking them just a bit deeper into the intricacies of the 17th century setting Irrevocable in its magic and intrepid in its storytelling To a Strange Somewhere Fled is an fascinating and delectably original work that readers won t soon forgetReview Casee Marie originally published on LiteraryInklingscom A copy of the book was provided for the purpose of review 50 out of 5 stars Let s Go to LondonBy Jean Rodenbough on November 6 2015Format out of 5 stars Let s Go to LondonBy Jean Rodenbough on November 6 2015Format EditionVerified PurchaseThis is a seuel to her first book A House Near Luccoli A well researched history of the 17th century music loved by the Italians in Genoa and now in England where well known musicians such as Henry Purcell and other notables are popular What I found most valuable in these two books were the exceptional scenes with composers and performers of the day described in details that keep the reader deeply involved in that age The author s knowledge of period music and her gift of bringing dialogue alive demonstrate her writing skills The characters come alive from her writing so that we are carried centuries into the past and discover it to be as vital now as it. In this seuel to A House Near Luccoli after the sudden end to her collaboration with composer Alessandro Stradella Donatella moves from Genoa to join her parents in a small village in Oxfordshire England The gift of To A Strange Somewhere Fled
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Xotic musical genius the 17th century Italian composer Alessandro Stradella who reawakened her passions and zest for lifeThis is a subtle nderstated exploration of love and lost possibility and there are no easy answers or conventional happy endings As Albert Schweitzer wrote In everyone s life at some time our inner fire goes out It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being There can be no better description of Donatella s encounter with Stradella in A House Near Luccoli but now living in England and haunted by vivid memories of her time with Him In Italy What in Italy what life hold for herDonatella her heart awoken and then broken remains another man s secret She can perhaps reveal herself again but surrender has many guisesScrupulously researched and historically accurate the novel immerses the reader in its historical period That we can meet Purcell within these pages and find him totally believable as a living breathing human being is a mark of the author s imaginative powers and literary skill There are appropriately enough no false notes to be found The adventures in this novel about Donatella in England are charmingly told in this lovely covered book where we find ourselves involved in matters and ways of those days Donatella meets interesting people who now The music continues in To A Strange Somewhere *Fled DM Denton s lovely seuel
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A House Near Luccoli This follows Donatella and *DM Denton s lovely seuel to A House Near Luccoli This story follows Donatella and mother Julianna to England and to the home of Donatella s father the Captain The great musician Alessandro Stradella whom Donatella had loved is gone now but she has her memories in the form of copies of his never performed compositions Those works are of great interest to the musicians in the novel including the English composer Henry Purcell and the Italian violinist Carlo Ambrogio Lonati both of whom play roles in Denton s story This plot is as much about music as Donatella s first story which covered the time when she was a copyist for Stradella but in this novel Donatella s role as a performer is emphasized along with her relationship with Roger North a neighbor and friend of her father s Denton writes with a lyrical style which swells fades and swells again creating a perfect setting through its tone as much as its meticulous description Her words pull her readers to 17th century England like music from that era Here s a sample from a scene where Donatella explores her new home while walking with her parents Mama wanted to walk arm and arm with her daughter The sun was gone from the village the short cape Donatella wore on loan from her mother warm and disturbing with speckled fur around its neck and bottom edge They had to go single file through the arched opening of the privet hedge that fronted the cottage Donatella had yet to call home Their hurried movement pset thirsty midges Papa swatting at them violently and Mama laughing as she meant to enjoy herself no matter what Donatella knew the pond was nearby ever since the Captain had told her why she heard ducks and frogs the sound of children and splashing As the evening silhouetted its lacy perimeter it became the first thing she loved about the village What is this scent Papa Donatella slowly found the words to ask and recognized the cascading vine of flowering honeysuckle almost completely covering the stone wall that rose Children of the New World up behind the pond and hid their piece of the village Most noticeable early morning and evening her father put a hand on her arm to show his pleasure with their conversation In North Carolina driving from Asheville to Boone presents a choice A driver can stick to the interstates or opt to take the Blue Ridge Parkway The latter decision takes an extra hour or so but along the way there are opportunities to stop at overlooks and enjoy scenes that are among the most magnificent in America DM Denton s writing presents a similar choice It takes a little longer to read than most books of a similar page length but along the way there are breathtaking moments which make the choice a wise oneSteve Lindahl author of Motherless Soul and White Horse Regressions Four words Bravo Bravo Bravo Bravo OK a few words I couldn t wait to pickp Diane s book after I d put it down for such things as work and sleep getting in the way of reading this superb seuel to A House Near Luccoli Transported to Oxfordshire we catch p with Donatella once and so the mystery the secrets and the rhythm within these pages lifts the reader to appreciate the subtle yet daring intricacies of music passion and life in 17th century England. Ip with the residents of Wroxton Abbey who are important figures in the court of Charles II offers new possibilities especially as music and its masters including the 'divine' Henry Purcell have not finished with her ,