The House of the Wind

The House of the Wind

Paperback - 2012
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The bestselling author of "The Rose Labyrinth" returns with a love story of magic and healing that takes readers from the heartache of a young human rights lawyer in present-day San Francisco to the lives of a courageous trio of women in medieval Tuscany.
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Washington Square Press, 2012.
Edition: First Washington Square press trade paperback edition
ISBN: 9781416586265
Characteristics: 468 pages ;,21 cm.

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Apr 17, 2014

I nearly gave up on this book about mid-way through, but I pushed myself to keep with it. There are two decent stories here that are linked together by the main character. I had a hard time switching back from the San Francisco storyline and the Tuscan storyline. I didn't feel the two were sufficiently married into one cohesive novel. On the upside, I do feel that the author had done quite good research on the Italian storyline - as someone who has been to that area a lot, I found it to be consistent and authentic.

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