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The Fevered Imagination of Danielle DeVor

Ramblings of a vampire obsessed author who can't get enough books to read.

One, Two, Three

One, Two, Three - Elodie Nowodazkij One, Two, Three is an easy read-- that is if you know nothing about ballet. There is a certain reverence dancers have toward their art and they would never use ballet terms as allegory. I think the author was trying at add a bit of color, but in my opinion, this was a flawed move.

Still, though, she did a great job portraying the alcoholic mother and the strife Natalia went through. While this is meant also to be a romance, I would view it more as a coming of age story.