A Song Unheard

A Song Unheard

Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?until now, when being recognized nearly gets him killed. Everyone wants the key to his father's work as a cryptologis Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task...

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Title:A Song Unheard
Author:Roseanna M. White
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Genres:Historical
ISBN:A Song Unheard
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:416 pages pages

A Song Unheard Reviews

  • Dawn
    Feb 20, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

    In a sequel even better than the first book, A Name Unknown, Roseanna M. White has given us everything you could want in a book. Characters that dance off the page?sometimes marching to the beat of their own inner-drummer and other times waltzing across to the tune that only they can...

    The more I read Roseanna M. White's novels, the more I'm sure she's becoming one of my favorite Christian fiction writers. She takes a lot of the stereotypical elements in Christian and romantic fiction and refashions them in new, dynamic ways so that they work without coming off as ch...

    I've been hearing nothing but rave reviews for Ms. White's stories for a few years now, so she's been on my radar. And after seeing the same gushing over this particular story, something about it convinced me I needed to try it. I'm so glad I did! Because the chemistry between Willa an...

    Well, I didn't like this as well as "A Name Unknown," and that is entirely because of the characters. Specifically, because of Lukas De Wilde. I eventually ended up liking him okay, but wow, the dude did not understand the meaning of the word 'no,' did he? Time and again, Willa Fors...

    ?When you are ready, Jesus will forgive you.? This book totally enraptured this reader. First of all, there aren?t many books set in WWI. I love books that pick an unusual time, place, and setting- this one did! The book has amazing facts, full of history, and the relations...

    Actual rating: 4.5 OH MY WORD THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I think I liked it better than A Name Unknown - actually, I know I do because I use 'love' to describe my reaction to this book and 'like' to describe my reaction to A Name Unknown. The characters were spot on and wormed their way...

    This one took me a little bit to get into, but once I was hooked, I couldn't put it down. I loved getting to know Willa and seeing more of Barclay and the others. Looking forward to book 3 about Barclay. One of the things I loved about this book was getting to know Lukas's sister Ma...

  • Rachel McMillan
    Jan 30, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

    In a sequel even better than the first book, A Name Unknown, Roseanna M. White has given us everything you could want in a book. Characters that dance off the page?sometimes marching to the beat of their own inner-drummer and other times waltzing across to the tune that only they can...

    The more I read Roseanna M. White's novels, the more I'm sure she's becoming one of my favorite Christian fiction writers. She takes a lot of the stereotypical elements in Christian and romantic fiction and refashions them in new, dynamic ways so that they work without coming off as ch...

    I've been hearing nothing but rave reviews for Ms. White's stories for a few years now, so she's been on my radar. And after seeing the same gushing over this particular story, something about it convinced me I needed to try it. I'm so glad I did! Because the chemistry between Willa an...

    Well, I didn't like this as well as "A Name Unknown," and that is entirely because of the characters. Specifically, because of Lukas De Wilde. I eventually ended up liking him okay, but wow, the dude did not understand the meaning of the word 'no,' did he? Time and again, Willa Fors...

    ?When you are ready, Jesus will forgive you.? This book totally enraptured this reader. First of all, there aren?t many books set in WWI. I love books that pick an unusual time, place, and setting- this one did! The book has amazing facts, full of history, and the relations...

    Actual rating: 4.5 OH MY WORD THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I think I liked it better than A Name Unknown - actually, I know I do because I use 'love' to describe my reaction to this book and 'like' to describe my reaction to A Name Unknown. The characters were spot on and wormed their way...

    This one took me a little bit to get into, but once I was hooked, I couldn't put it down. I loved getting to know Willa and seeing more of Barclay and the others. Looking forward to book 3 about Barclay. One of the things I loved about this book was getting to know Lukas's sister Ma...

    Oh my goodness, where do I even start with this book?? I have heard lovely things about this author and jumped at the chance of reviewing this. I had high expectations for this book and wow, it was even better than I thought it would be. I have definitely found a new favorite author. ...

    "For the sake of the music. - Lucas De Wilde." Lucas De Wilde, a world renowned violinist, finds himself recovering from a gunshot wound and virtually exiled in Wales, forced to flee his Belgium home at the onset of the World War I invasion by the Germans. His now deceased father, w...

    4.5 stars TOP PICK ...

    This is me attempting a review. This is me sitting staring in space wondering where to begin. *takes a deep breath and begins* I expected a theme of music, but this book held even more than that. I enjoy music, but the depth presented in this book made me realize how much more I ...

    RTC, but just know that I am fangirling over this series <3 ...

    Wow, this is one of the most amazing books ever! First of all, it?s by one of my very favorite authors. Honestly it never ceases to amaze me how Mrs. White continues to produce quality work and storylines that are always unique. You never feel like you?re reading the same book over...

    ?A Song Unheard? by Roseanna White is a masterpiece! This book is the second book in the ?Shadows over England? series, but it can be read as a standalone. Ms. White?s writing is lyrical. She crafts her own song through storytelling. This story is filled to the brim with ...

    With White's customary historical efficiency and readable style, A Song Unheard may not hold the intuitive passion of the first in this series, A Name Unknown, but it does whip quite a dollop of suave sophistication as Willa Forsythe (London thief introduced to readers in the fist book...

  • Chautona Havig
    Jan 14, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

    In a sequel even better than the first book, A Name Unknown, Roseanna M. White has given us everything you could want in a book. Characters that dance off the page?sometimes marching to the beat of their own inner-drummer and other times waltzing across to the tune that only they can...

  • Melanie
    Apr 19, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

  • Shantelle
    Feb 17, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

  • Carrie Schmidt (Reading is My SuperPower)
    Oct 30, 2017

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

    In a sequel even better than the first book, A Name Unknown, Roseanna M. White has given us everything you could want in a book. Characters that dance off the page?sometimes marching to the beat of their own inner-drummer and other times waltzing across to the tune that only they can...

    The more I read Roseanna M. White's novels, the more I'm sure she's becoming one of my favorite Christian fiction writers. She takes a lot of the stereotypical elements in Christian and romantic fiction and refashions them in new, dynamic ways so that they work without coming off as ch...

    I've been hearing nothing but rave reviews for Ms. White's stories for a few years now, so she's been on my radar. And after seeing the same gushing over this particular story, something about it convinced me I needed to try it. I'm so glad I did! Because the chemistry between Willa an...

    Well, I didn't like this as well as "A Name Unknown," and that is entirely because of the characters. Specifically, because of Lukas De Wilde. I eventually ended up liking him okay, but wow, the dude did not understand the meaning of the word 'no,' did he? Time and again, Willa Fors...

    ?When you are ready, Jesus will forgive you.? This book totally enraptured this reader. First of all, there aren?t many books set in WWI. I love books that pick an unusual time, place, and setting- this one did! The book has amazing facts, full of history, and the relations...

    Actual rating: 4.5 OH MY WORD THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I think I liked it better than A Name Unknown - actually, I know I do because I use 'love' to describe my reaction to this book and 'like' to describe my reaction to A Name Unknown. The characters were spot on and wormed their way...

    This one took me a little bit to get into, but once I was hooked, I couldn't put it down. I loved getting to know Willa and seeing more of Barclay and the others. Looking forward to book 3 about Barclay. One of the things I loved about this book was getting to know Lukas's sister Ma...

    Oh my goodness, where do I even start with this book?? I have heard lovely things about this author and jumped at the chance of reviewing this. I had high expectations for this book and wow, it was even better than I thought it would be. I have definitely found a new favorite author. ...

    "For the sake of the music. - Lucas De Wilde." Lucas De Wilde, a world renowned violinist, finds himself recovering from a gunshot wound and virtually exiled in Wales, forced to flee his Belgium home at the onset of the World War I invasion by the Germans. His now deceased father, w...

    4.5 stars TOP PICK ...

  • Megan
    Jan 14, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

    In a sequel even better than the first book, A Name Unknown, Roseanna M. White has given us everything you could want in a book. Characters that dance off the page?sometimes marching to the beat of their own inner-drummer and other times waltzing across to the tune that only they can...

    The more I read Roseanna M. White's novels, the more I'm sure she's becoming one of my favorite Christian fiction writers. She takes a lot of the stereotypical elements in Christian and romantic fiction and refashions them in new, dynamic ways so that they work without coming off as ch...

    I've been hearing nothing but rave reviews for Ms. White's stories for a few years now, so she's been on my radar. And after seeing the same gushing over this particular story, something about it convinced me I needed to try it. I'm so glad I did! Because the chemistry between Willa an...

    Well, I didn't like this as well as "A Name Unknown," and that is entirely because of the characters. Specifically, because of Lukas De Wilde. I eventually ended up liking him okay, but wow, the dude did not understand the meaning of the word 'no,' did he? Time and again, Willa Fors...

    ?When you are ready, Jesus will forgive you.? This book totally enraptured this reader. First of all, there aren?t many books set in WWI. I love books that pick an unusual time, place, and setting- this one did! The book has amazing facts, full of history, and the relations...

    Actual rating: 4.5 OH MY WORD THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I think I liked it better than A Name Unknown - actually, I know I do because I use 'love' to describe my reaction to this book and 'like' to describe my reaction to A Name Unknown. The characters were spot on and wormed their way...

    This one took me a little bit to get into, but once I was hooked, I couldn't put it down. I loved getting to know Willa and seeing more of Barclay and the others. Looking forward to book 3 about Barclay. One of the things I loved about this book was getting to know Lukas's sister Ma...

    Oh my goodness, where do I even start with this book?? I have heard lovely things about this author and jumped at the chance of reviewing this. I had high expectations for this book and wow, it was even better than I thought it would be. I have definitely found a new favorite author. ...

    "For the sake of the music. - Lucas De Wilde." Lucas De Wilde, a world renowned violinist, finds himself recovering from a gunshot wound and virtually exiled in Wales, forced to flee his Belgium home at the onset of the World War I invasion by the Germans. His now deceased father, w...

    4.5 stars TOP PICK ...

    This is me attempting a review. This is me sitting staring in space wondering where to begin. *takes a deep breath and begins* I expected a theme of music, but this book held even more than that. I enjoy music, but the depth presented in this book made me realize how much more I ...

    RTC, but just know that I am fangirling over this series <3 ...

    Wow, this is one of the most amazing books ever! First of all, it?s by one of my very favorite authors. Honestly it never ceases to amaze me how Mrs. White continues to produce quality work and storylines that are always unique. You never feel like you?re reading the same book over...

    ?A Song Unheard? by Roseanna White is a masterpiece! This book is the second book in the ?Shadows over England? series, but it can be read as a standalone. Ms. White?s writing is lyrical. She crafts her own song through storytelling. This story is filled to the brim with ...

  • Kara
    Feb 12, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

    In a sequel even better than the first book, A Name Unknown, Roseanna M. White has given us everything you could want in a book. Characters that dance off the page?sometimes marching to the beat of their own inner-drummer and other times waltzing across to the tune that only they can...

    The more I read Roseanna M. White's novels, the more I'm sure she's becoming one of my favorite Christian fiction writers. She takes a lot of the stereotypical elements in Christian and romantic fiction and refashions them in new, dynamic ways so that they work without coming off as ch...

    I've been hearing nothing but rave reviews for Ms. White's stories for a few years now, so she's been on my radar. And after seeing the same gushing over this particular story, something about it convinced me I needed to try it. I'm so glad I did! Because the chemistry between Willa an...

  • Clara
    May 08, 2017

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

  • Rebecca
    Jan 16, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

    In a sequel even better than the first book, A Name Unknown, Roseanna M. White has given us everything you could want in a book. Characters that dance off the page?sometimes marching to the beat of their own inner-drummer and other times waltzing across to the tune that only they can...

    The more I read Roseanna M. White's novels, the more I'm sure she's becoming one of my favorite Christian fiction writers. She takes a lot of the stereotypical elements in Christian and romantic fiction and refashions them in new, dynamic ways so that they work without coming off as ch...

    I've been hearing nothing but rave reviews for Ms. White's stories for a few years now, so she's been on my radar. And after seeing the same gushing over this particular story, something about it convinced me I needed to try it. I'm so glad I did! Because the chemistry between Willa an...

    Well, I didn't like this as well as "A Name Unknown," and that is entirely because of the characters. Specifically, because of Lukas De Wilde. I eventually ended up liking him okay, but wow, the dude did not understand the meaning of the word 'no,' did he? Time and again, Willa Fors...

    ?When you are ready, Jesus will forgive you.? This book totally enraptured this reader. First of all, there aren?t many books set in WWI. I love books that pick an unusual time, place, and setting- this one did! The book has amazing facts, full of history, and the relations...

    Actual rating: 4.5 OH MY WORD THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I think I liked it better than A Name Unknown - actually, I know I do because I use 'love' to describe my reaction to this book and 'like' to describe my reaction to A Name Unknown. The characters were spot on and wormed their way...

    This one took me a little bit to get into, but once I was hooked, I couldn't put it down. I loved getting to know Willa and seeing more of Barclay and the others. Looking forward to book 3 about Barclay. One of the things I loved about this book was getting to know Lukas's sister Ma...

    Oh my goodness, where do I even start with this book?? I have heard lovely things about this author and jumped at the chance of reviewing this. I had high expectations for this book and wow, it was even better than I thought it would be. I have definitely found a new favorite author. ...

    "For the sake of the music. - Lucas De Wilde." Lucas De Wilde, a world renowned violinist, finds himself recovering from a gunshot wound and virtually exiled in Wales, forced to flee his Belgium home at the onset of the World War I invasion by the Germans. His now deceased father, w...

  • Staci
    Feb 13, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

  • Courtney Clark
    Feb 09, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

  • Andrea Cox
    Aug 20, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

  • Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls)
    Jan 26, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

  • Rachael
    Jan 14, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

    In a sequel even better than the first book, A Name Unknown, Roseanna M. White has given us everything you could want in a book. Characters that dance off the page?sometimes marching to the beat of their own inner-drummer and other times waltzing across to the tune that only they can...

    The more I read Roseanna M. White's novels, the more I'm sure she's becoming one of my favorite Christian fiction writers. She takes a lot of the stereotypical elements in Christian and romantic fiction and refashions them in new, dynamic ways so that they work without coming off as ch...

    I've been hearing nothing but rave reviews for Ms. White's stories for a few years now, so she's been on my radar. And after seeing the same gushing over this particular story, something about it convinced me I needed to try it. I'm so glad I did! Because the chemistry between Willa an...

    Well, I didn't like this as well as "A Name Unknown," and that is entirely because of the characters. Specifically, because of Lukas De Wilde. I eventually ended up liking him okay, but wow, the dude did not understand the meaning of the word 'no,' did he? Time and again, Willa Fors...

    ?When you are ready, Jesus will forgive you.? This book totally enraptured this reader. First of all, there aren?t many books set in WWI. I love books that pick an unusual time, place, and setting- this one did! The book has amazing facts, full of history, and the relations...

  • Rachel
    Sep 18, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

    In a sequel even better than the first book, A Name Unknown, Roseanna M. White has given us everything you could want in a book. Characters that dance off the page?sometimes marching to the beat of their own inner-drummer and other times waltzing across to the tune that only they can...

    The more I read Roseanna M. White's novels, the more I'm sure she's becoming one of my favorite Christian fiction writers. She takes a lot of the stereotypical elements in Christian and romantic fiction and refashions them in new, dynamic ways so that they work without coming off as ch...

    I've been hearing nothing but rave reviews for Ms. White's stories for a few years now, so she's been on my radar. And after seeing the same gushing over this particular story, something about it convinced me I needed to try it. I'm so glad I did! Because the chemistry between Willa an...

    Well, I didn't like this as well as "A Name Unknown," and that is entirely because of the characters. Specifically, because of Lukas De Wilde. I eventually ended up liking him okay, but wow, the dude did not understand the meaning of the word 'no,' did he? Time and again, Willa Fors...

  • Hayden
    Jan 18, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

    In a sequel even better than the first book, A Name Unknown, Roseanna M. White has given us everything you could want in a book. Characters that dance off the page?sometimes marching to the beat of their own inner-drummer and other times waltzing across to the tune that only they can...

    The more I read Roseanna M. White's novels, the more I'm sure she's becoming one of my favorite Christian fiction writers. She takes a lot of the stereotypical elements in Christian and romantic fiction and refashions them in new, dynamic ways so that they work without coming off as ch...

  • Tanx
    Aug 28, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

    In a sequel even better than the first book, A Name Unknown, Roseanna M. White has given us everything you could want in a book. Characters that dance off the page?sometimes marching to the beat of their own inner-drummer and other times waltzing across to the tune that only they can...

    The more I read Roseanna M. White's novels, the more I'm sure she's becoming one of my favorite Christian fiction writers. She takes a lot of the stereotypical elements in Christian and romantic fiction and refashions them in new, dynamic ways so that they work without coming off as ch...

    I've been hearing nothing but rave reviews for Ms. White's stories for a few years now, so she's been on my radar. And after seeing the same gushing over this particular story, something about it convinced me I needed to try it. I'm so glad I did! Because the chemistry between Willa an...

    Well, I didn't like this as well as "A Name Unknown," and that is entirely because of the characters. Specifically, because of Lukas De Wilde. I eventually ended up liking him okay, but wow, the dude did not understand the meaning of the word 'no,' did he? Time and again, Willa Fors...

    ?When you are ready, Jesus will forgive you.? This book totally enraptured this reader. First of all, there aren?t many books set in WWI. I love books that pick an unusual time, place, and setting- this one did! The book has amazing facts, full of history, and the relations...

    Actual rating: 4.5 OH MY WORD THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I think I liked it better than A Name Unknown - actually, I know I do because I use 'love' to describe my reaction to this book and 'like' to describe my reaction to A Name Unknown. The characters were spot on and wormed their way...

    This one took me a little bit to get into, but once I was hooked, I couldn't put it down. I loved getting to know Willa and seeing more of Barclay and the others. Looking forward to book 3 about Barclay. One of the things I loved about this book was getting to know Lukas's sister Ma...

    Oh my goodness, where do I even start with this book?? I have heard lovely things about this author and jumped at the chance of reviewing this. I had high expectations for this book and wow, it was even better than I thought it would be. I have definitely found a new favorite author. ...

    "For the sake of the music. - Lucas De Wilde." Lucas De Wilde, a world renowned violinist, finds himself recovering from a gunshot wound and virtually exiled in Wales, forced to flee his Belgium home at the onset of the World War I invasion by the Germans. His now deceased father, w...

    4.5 stars TOP PICK ...

    This is me attempting a review. This is me sitting staring in space wondering where to begin. *takes a deep breath and begins* I expected a theme of music, but this book held even more than that. I enjoy music, but the depth presented in this book made me realize how much more I ...

    RTC, but just know that I am fangirling over this series <3 ...

    Wow, this is one of the most amazing books ever! First of all, it?s by one of my very favorite authors. Honestly it never ceases to amaze me how Mrs. White continues to produce quality work and storylines that are always unique. You never feel like you?re reading the same book over...

    ?A Song Unheard? by Roseanna White is a masterpiece! This book is the second book in the ?Shadows over England? series, but it can be read as a standalone. Ms. White?s writing is lyrical. She crafts her own song through storytelling. This story is filled to the brim with ...

    With White's customary historical efficiency and readable style, A Song Unheard may not hold the intuitive passion of the first in this series, A Name Unknown, but it does whip quite a dollop of suave sophistication as Willa Forsythe (London thief introduced to readers in the fist book...

    Brilliant! Watch out for this author, her works are among the best Christian fiction in the market. ...

  • Eva
    Feb 23, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

    In a sequel even better than the first book, A Name Unknown, Roseanna M. White has given us everything you could want in a book. Characters that dance off the page?sometimes marching to the beat of their own inner-drummer and other times waltzing across to the tune that only they can...

    The more I read Roseanna M. White's novels, the more I'm sure she's becoming one of my favorite Christian fiction writers. She takes a lot of the stereotypical elements in Christian and romantic fiction and refashions them in new, dynamic ways so that they work without coming off as ch...

    I've been hearing nothing but rave reviews for Ms. White's stories for a few years now, so she's been on my radar. And after seeing the same gushing over this particular story, something about it convinced me I needed to try it. I'm so glad I did! Because the chemistry between Willa an...

    Well, I didn't like this as well as "A Name Unknown," and that is entirely because of the characters. Specifically, because of Lukas De Wilde. I eventually ended up liking him okay, but wow, the dude did not understand the meaning of the word 'no,' did he? Time and again, Willa Fors...

    ?When you are ready, Jesus will forgive you.? This book totally enraptured this reader. First of all, there aren?t many books set in WWI. I love books that pick an unusual time, place, and setting- this one did! The book has amazing facts, full of history, and the relations...

    Actual rating: 4.5 OH MY WORD THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I think I liked it better than A Name Unknown - actually, I know I do because I use 'love' to describe my reaction to this book and 'like' to describe my reaction to A Name Unknown. The characters were spot on and wormed their way...

  • Amanda Tero
    Jan 25, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

  • Karis
    Apr 06, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

  • Jazzy
    Jan 18, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

  • Maddy
    Jan 30, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

    In a sequel even better than the first book, A Name Unknown, Roseanna M. White has given us everything you could want in a book. Characters that dance off the page?sometimes marching to the beat of their own inner-drummer and other times waltzing across to the tune that only they can...

    The more I read Roseanna M. White's novels, the more I'm sure she's becoming one of my favorite Christian fiction writers. She takes a lot of the stereotypical elements in Christian and romantic fiction and refashions them in new, dynamic ways so that they work without coming off as ch...

    I've been hearing nothing but rave reviews for Ms. White's stories for a few years now, so she's been on my radar. And after seeing the same gushing over this particular story, something about it convinced me I needed to try it. I'm so glad I did! Because the chemistry between Willa an...

    Well, I didn't like this as well as "A Name Unknown," and that is entirely because of the characters. Specifically, because of Lukas De Wilde. I eventually ended up liking him okay, but wow, the dude did not understand the meaning of the word 'no,' did he? Time and again, Willa Fors...

    ?When you are ready, Jesus will forgive you.? This book totally enraptured this reader. First of all, there aren?t many books set in WWI. I love books that pick an unusual time, place, and setting- this one did! The book has amazing facts, full of history, and the relations...

    Actual rating: 4.5 OH MY WORD THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I think I liked it better than A Name Unknown - actually, I know I do because I use 'love' to describe my reaction to this book and 'like' to describe my reaction to A Name Unknown. The characters were spot on and wormed their way...

    This one took me a little bit to get into, but once I was hooked, I couldn't put it down. I loved getting to know Willa and seeing more of Barclay and the others. Looking forward to book 3 about Barclay. One of the things I loved about this book was getting to know Lukas's sister Ma...

    Oh my goodness, where do I even start with this book?? I have heard lovely things about this author and jumped at the chance of reviewing this. I had high expectations for this book and wow, it was even better than I thought it would be. I have definitely found a new favorite author. ...

  • Janell R.
    Mar 06, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

    In a sequel even better than the first book, A Name Unknown, Roseanna M. White has given us everything you could want in a book. Characters that dance off the page?sometimes marching to the beat of their own inner-drummer and other times waltzing across to the tune that only they can...

    The more I read Roseanna M. White's novels, the more I'm sure she's becoming one of my favorite Christian fiction writers. She takes a lot of the stereotypical elements in Christian and romantic fiction and refashions them in new, dynamic ways so that they work without coming off as ch...

    I've been hearing nothing but rave reviews for Ms. White's stories for a few years now, so she's been on my radar. And after seeing the same gushing over this particular story, something about it convinced me I needed to try it. I'm so glad I did! Because the chemistry between Willa an...

    Well, I didn't like this as well as "A Name Unknown," and that is entirely because of the characters. Specifically, because of Lukas De Wilde. I eventually ended up liking him okay, but wow, the dude did not understand the meaning of the word 'no,' did he? Time and again, Willa Fors...

    ?When you are ready, Jesus will forgive you.? This book totally enraptured this reader. First of all, there aren?t many books set in WWI. I love books that pick an unusual time, place, and setting- this one did! The book has amazing facts, full of history, and the relations...

    Actual rating: 4.5 OH MY WORD THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I think I liked it better than A Name Unknown - actually, I know I do because I use 'love' to describe my reaction to this book and 'like' to describe my reaction to A Name Unknown. The characters were spot on and wormed their way...

    This one took me a little bit to get into, but once I was hooked, I couldn't put it down. I loved getting to know Willa and seeing more of Barclay and the others. Looking forward to book 3 about Barclay. One of the things I loved about this book was getting to know Lukas's sister Ma...

    Oh my goodness, where do I even start with this book?? I have heard lovely things about this author and jumped at the chance of reviewing this. I had high expectations for this book and wow, it was even better than I thought it would be. I have definitely found a new favorite author. ...

    "For the sake of the music. - Lucas De Wilde." Lucas De Wilde, a world renowned violinist, finds himself recovering from a gunshot wound and virtually exiled in Wales, forced to flee his Belgium home at the onset of the World War I invasion by the Germans. His now deceased father, w...

    4.5 stars TOP PICK ...

    This is me attempting a review. This is me sitting staring in space wondering where to begin. *takes a deep breath and begins* I expected a theme of music, but this book held even more than that. I enjoy music, but the depth presented in this book made me realize how much more I ...

    RTC, but just know that I am fangirling over this series <3 ...

    Wow, this is one of the most amazing books ever! First of all, it?s by one of my very favorite authors. Honestly it never ceases to amaze me how Mrs. White continues to produce quality work and storylines that are always unique. You never feel like you?re reading the same book over...

  • Olivia
    Feb 21, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

    In a sequel even better than the first book, A Name Unknown, Roseanna M. White has given us everything you could want in a book. Characters that dance off the page?sometimes marching to the beat of their own inner-drummer and other times waltzing across to the tune that only they can...

    The more I read Roseanna M. White's novels, the more I'm sure she's becoming one of my favorite Christian fiction writers. She takes a lot of the stereotypical elements in Christian and romantic fiction and refashions them in new, dynamic ways so that they work without coming off as ch...

    I've been hearing nothing but rave reviews for Ms. White's stories for a few years now, so she's been on my radar. And after seeing the same gushing over this particular story, something about it convinced me I needed to try it. I'm so glad I did! Because the chemistry between Willa an...

    Well, I didn't like this as well as "A Name Unknown," and that is entirely because of the characters. Specifically, because of Lukas De Wilde. I eventually ended up liking him okay, but wow, the dude did not understand the meaning of the word 'no,' did he? Time and again, Willa Fors...

    ?When you are ready, Jesus will forgive you.? This book totally enraptured this reader. First of all, there aren?t many books set in WWI. I love books that pick an unusual time, place, and setting- this one did! The book has amazing facts, full of history, and the relations...

    Actual rating: 4.5 OH MY WORD THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I think I liked it better than A Name Unknown - actually, I know I do because I use 'love' to describe my reaction to this book and 'like' to describe my reaction to A Name Unknown. The characters were spot on and wormed their way...

    This one took me a little bit to get into, but once I was hooked, I couldn't put it down. I loved getting to know Willa and seeing more of Barclay and the others. Looking forward to book 3 about Barclay. One of the things I loved about this book was getting to know Lukas's sister Ma...

    Oh my goodness, where do I even start with this book?? I have heard lovely things about this author and jumped at the chance of reviewing this. I had high expectations for this book and wow, it was even better than I thought it would be. I have definitely found a new favorite author. ...

    "For the sake of the music. - Lucas De Wilde." Lucas De Wilde, a world renowned violinist, finds himself recovering from a gunshot wound and virtually exiled in Wales, forced to flee his Belgium home at the onset of the World War I invasion by the Germans. His now deceased father, w...

    4.5 stars TOP PICK ...

    This is me attempting a review. This is me sitting staring in space wondering where to begin. *takes a deep breath and begins* I expected a theme of music, but this book held even more than that. I enjoy music, but the depth presented in this book made me realize how much more I ...

  • Victoria Lynn
    Jan 29, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

  • Chloe (aka Crystal)
    Mar 01, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

    A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White blew me away! I knew to expect excellent writing after reading the preceding book in her Shadows over England series, but I wasn?t expecting to be so immediately engaged or invested in the characters and storyline of this book. I enjoyed the first,...

    There were so many aspects of this book that I loved. The thief family (yeah, I do like them even though they?re unlawful?the family aspect is wonderfully sweet!). The music (oh my, the music! Yeah, the music really sold me on this book.) The WWI era. The characters. The math. I th...

    I was looking forward to returning to Roseanna M. White's new series set in early 1900s England by reading A Song Unheard! Though I didn't like it as much as the first book, it still made an intriguing and lovely read. It was wonderful to get Willa Forsythe's story. Delving into her...

    A Song Unheard was a great continuation of the Shadows Over England series. I really enjoyed the first book, A Name Unknown, so I was eager to pick up this book and see what was going to happen next. Even though the main characters from the first book were barely in this one, I didn't ...

    A Song Unheard is a novel for anyone who loves history or music. Set during the early days of WWI, it portrays a unique era, a slice of history, and the trials ordinary people endured. I liked that it showed multiple intertwining viewpoints-- that of a spunky thief-turned-government ai...

    In a sequel even better than the first book, A Name Unknown, Roseanna M. White has given us everything you could want in a book. Characters that dance off the page?sometimes marching to the beat of their own inner-drummer and other times waltzing across to the tune that only they can...

    The more I read Roseanna M. White's novels, the more I'm sure she's becoming one of my favorite Christian fiction writers. She takes a lot of the stereotypical elements in Christian and romantic fiction and refashions them in new, dynamic ways so that they work without coming off as ch...

    I've been hearing nothing but rave reviews for Ms. White's stories for a few years now, so she's been on my radar. And after seeing the same gushing over this particular story, something about it convinced me I needed to try it. I'm so glad I did! Because the chemistry between Willa an...

    Well, I didn't like this as well as "A Name Unknown," and that is entirely because of the characters. Specifically, because of Lukas De Wilde. I eventually ended up liking him okay, but wow, the dude did not understand the meaning of the word 'no,' did he? Time and again, Willa Fors...

    ?When you are ready, Jesus will forgive you.? This book totally enraptured this reader. First of all, there aren?t many books set in WWI. I love books that pick an unusual time, place, and setting- this one did! The book has amazing facts, full of history, and the relations...

    Actual rating: 4.5 OH MY WORD THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I think I liked it better than A Name Unknown - actually, I know I do because I use 'love' to describe my reaction to this book and 'like' to describe my reaction to A Name Unknown. The characters were spot on and wormed their way...

    This one took me a little bit to get into, but once I was hooked, I couldn't put it down. I loved getting to know Willa and seeing more of Barclay and the others. Looking forward to book 3 about Barclay. One of the things I loved about this book was getting to know Lukas's sister Ma...

    Oh my goodness, where do I even start with this book?? I have heard lovely things about this author and jumped at the chance of reviewing this. I had high expectations for this book and wow, it was even better than I thought it would be. I have definitely found a new favorite author. ...

    "For the sake of the music. - Lucas De Wilde." Lucas De Wilde, a world renowned violinist, finds himself recovering from a gunshot wound and virtually exiled in Wales, forced to flee his Belgium home at the onset of the World War I invasion by the Germans. His now deceased father, w...

    4.5 stars TOP PICK ...

    This is me attempting a review. This is me sitting staring in space wondering where to begin. *takes a deep breath and begins* I expected a theme of music, but this book held even more than that. I enjoy music, but the depth presented in this book made me realize how much more I ...

    RTC, but just know that I am fangirling over this series <3 ...

  • m a r y l i z
    Jan 26, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...

    This novel included so many things I love: - Kind-hearted heroine that has not had the easy life handed to her - Humorous dialogue between the two main characters - Mathematics (score for the number minded!) - Fact based characters woven in I anticipated enjoying this novel, b...

    This book destroyed me. And I love it for it. Lovely Things: - Willa. Let's just get this out right now: I'm obsessed with all these characters. Willa reminds me a lot of Rosemary, but she's still uniquely Willa. Afraid to love because that opens her up to hurt. Prickly as a...

  • Sarah Grace
    Jan 30, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

  • R.F. Gammon {hiatus}
    Apr 30, 2018

    Oh. My. Word. I cannot express in words my love for the Shadows Over England series . . . I didn't think it was possible for this to be better than the first book. But I think it might have been. The characters are truly what makes White's Shadows over England series. Both Will...

    ayee fren... follow my blog :)) https://atragicwonderland.blogspot.co... WHY ARE THESE BOOKS SO IMPOSSIBLY GOOD? I never ever want them to end!! RTC (after I write a review for the first one lawl) REVIEW: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my review... thank...

    About this book: ?Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which make her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I?to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won?...

    *sigh* Review to come. Let's just leave it at the fact that I am in love with these books. <3 ...

    What a lovely tale of faith, family, music, trust, and hope! I loved that this book featured musical and mathematical prodigies, both young ladies. They, and other characters, were intriguing, as were the plots and surprising twists. As with Roseanna White?s other books I?ve read, ...

    When I finished the first book of the series the first word that came to mind was ?special?, and here I thought none would be able to top that one... goodness, did I not know what was coming. I wish I could find words to do this book justice. It is an entire melody, filled with ...

    This book was BRILLIANT. BRILLIANT, I TELL YOU. So why am I not giving it five stars? Well, there's a couple of reasons. The first being that it took me a little while to get into this book--it just didn't capture me from page 1. The second is that his-fic never has been and ne...