In the early 1900s, the playwright Galeazzo D’Ascanio lived for Celia Sands. She was his muse and the inspiration for his most stunning and original play. But the night before she was to take the stage, Celia disappeared. Now, decades later, Alessandro D’Ascanio is preparing to stage the first performance of his grandfather’s masterpiece. A promising young actress - who shares Celia Sands’ name, but not her blood - has agreed to star.
She is instantly drawn to the mysteries surrounding the play - and to her compelling, compassionate employer. And even though she knows she should let the past go, in her dreams it comes back.
"Like something out of the pages of Daphne du Maurier." (Daily Express)
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Wake me when it's over
No, quit listening after about 1/3, just could not handle the "put me to sleep" monotone voice of the narrator. Listened to her in another book (Mariana) and she was very difficult to understand, and does not make it easy to distinguish between the different characters. Mariana had a better story though, Seasons of Storms just plain boring
No, snooze fest
Very much so. If I ever see her name again as a narrator, simply won't buy the book