Love is a choice, a feeling, a kind of belief and a kind of responsibility. In the novel, Music in Darkness written by Author Exona Moll we can see this theme when we analyze the similarities and differences between the characters of Lucy and Eldritch.
It tells the story of a lonely woman named Lucy whose curiosity leads her to find the truth about the strange tales surrounding the hotel. She leaves a note and waits for someone to reply. Days roll out with an exchange of secret messages between her and a dark, mysterious man who lurks in the dark. She established a relationship with Eldritch, a man who has suffered the rejection of society due to his physical deformity. Theirs is a love that sees beyond physical appearance, prejudice and ignorance.
Lucy and Eldritch allow readers to look beyond the hideous outward appearance and looks within his heart to recognize his goodness. This book teaches many lessons about outward appearance as well as inner beauty. It is a movie that you must see and help you learn about yourself. Readers will admire both characters and see their love stories in a different light.
Music in Darkness is much more than a romantic tale of love; it is an epic lesson of raw and untainted love for one another- a reminder to love people and not their appearance. Moll reminds readers that fairy tales can happen in everyday life; without having to live in a castle. It tackles the thing that scares you, and sees the beauty in it or better yet, makes something beautiful come out of it. It is simply to love people, find beauty in chaos. Be blown away by this story. It is intriguing and captivating, making it hard to put down.
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Publisher : Urlink Print & Media, LLC (February 22, 2022)
Language : English
Paperback : 70 pages
ISBN-10 : 1684861152
ISBN-13 : 978-1684861156
About the Author
I was born in Oxford during the Second World War. We lived in a suburb of Oxford where there were all large houses and mostly elderly folks. We lived in a flat that was upstairs in my grandmother’s house. Grandma was an invalid, and I was not to disturb her. I started school at the local infants’ school, but I was always sick. So my parents sent me as a day girl to a nearby boarding school. It was a good start for me; I learned all about good speech, good grammar, and the importance of keeping one’s arms in at mealtimes, etc. But we day girls were always outsiders.
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