Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Welcome To Chaconne The Novel

Your questions and comments are encouraged

4 Comments:

Anonymous Karl Leopold Metzenberg said...

An enthralling read!

3:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really enjoyed reading Chaconne ... hard to put it down, and felt like I learned some history -- Mike

8:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bravo, Bravo, Encore!
I started Chaconne looking for an aviation story (its not) and got a very enjoyable double-play coming-of-age novel instead. Mastroianni alternates chapters of the modern protagonist, Milo, with his baroque parrallel, Bach. This provides a balanced structure for the fictionalized autobiography set against the private life of Bach - Sebastian rather than Johann to his friends. Milo and Sebastian are both richly drawn. Every chapter makes a good insular read, but two or more at a sitting is a real pleasure, especially as the novel comes to an end. Its satisfying reading to the last note. - Zail

1:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Haven't read it yet....talked to the author though...one amazing person! Now I am definitely looking forward to reading the book. For somebody who's had such a colorful and amazing life, there is no reason for his mind not to create the same product right?! Keep up the good work joseph!

Russ
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5:47 PM  

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