This book provides an interesting interpretation of what Mozart's wife may have thought about her genius husband. The historical facts are all accurate, making it interesting from a historical point of view. The author does a good job at taking those facts and putting a fictional look on them. The narrator's pronounciation of the Italian is not very good. Perhaps, this is intentionally done, since Constanze was Austrian and may not have had complete authority over how to pronounce the language - we can only guess! This book is okay, certainly better than the movie Amadeus, which contains a number of historical inaccuracies and takes too much liberty in interpreting some of the facts.
Dr. Dyer makes a good case for how to handle conflict in life. It is, of course, assumed that the reader is in tune with the spiritual side of his/her own being, otherwise, the book would probably not have any effect on the reader. However, the book presents a very useful and powerful answer to how to deal with life's many situations in a positive and constructive way.
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