«Charbonnier brings Nannerl’s relationship with music to life, from the joy in composing to interpreting a score to the physical nuances of performing.»
Kirkus Reviews

«Rita Charbonnier’s novel transcends all the tired stereotypes, winning over even the most cynical readers with its plaintive lyricism and beguiling narrative.»
BookPage Reviews

«Charbonnier’s dialogue is lively, while her narrative voice is wonderfully droll at times, moving at others. Her characters, ranging from a baron who spouts bad poetry to the mercurial Mozart, are vivid.»
Historical Novel Society Reviews

Mozart's Sister