The Muse
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The Muse

Title:The Muse
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  • Apr 18, 2016

    proper review now written, following my long anecdotal tale.when i was packing up my go-bag to prepare for my recent adventure in back surgery, when there was still a 50/50 chance i would have to stay...

  • Feb 15, 2016

    As an image it was simple and at the same time not easily decipherable—a girl, holding another girl’s severed head in her hands on one side of the painting, and on the other, a lion, sitting on h...

  • Jun 01, 2016

    So many novelists over these last few years, it seems are telling stories from dual time frames and if done right there can be a meaningful connection between them . I thought the story had so much pr...

  • Jul 20, 2016

    I pressed on beyond half-way but then gave up. First DNF in a while. In truth, I thought it was simply dreadful.I’d read a good deal about Jessie Burton and I know her first book, The Miniaturist, ...

  • Feb 19, 2016

    *3.5 stars*Having previously read Jessie Burton’s The Miniaturist, I was quite excited to pick up a copy of her newest novel, The Muse. I must say that although this one was a decent read, I enjoyed...

  • Feb 18, 2017

    You know when you love a book so much you're ridiculously excited and desperate to read the authors next but also really worried you won't love it as much which makes your tummy go funny... then you r...

  • Aug 21, 2016

    Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature:In her follow-up to her acclaimed novel The Miniaturist, Jessie Burton adopts a dual timeline structure, following the lives of two creatively gifted w...

  • Jun 28, 2016

    I must have been living under a rock for the last few years. I had never heard of Jessie Burton or her first, immensely popular novel “The Miniaturist”, before The Muse came into my radar. I don...

  • Jul 22, 2016

    Paintings. Spain 1936. London 1967. A mystery. Romance. War. Art in life. Family. Friendship. Betrayal. Life in art. "Art rarely obeys human desire. I expect such a painting left its imprint even when...

  • Jan 06, 2016

    (3.5) I enjoyed this more than The Miniaturist. One of my chief criticisms of that overhyped novel was that the setting – a few months in Amsterdam – felt claustrophobic. Well, Burton has certainl...