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Za becomes the catalyst of change for his colleagues – a dwarf an eccentric engineer and an artist – as well as Devil himself And as Eliza embarks on a dangerous adventure she must decide which path to choose and how far she should go when she holds all their lives in her han. An interesting book about Victorian Theatre A mixed bunch of characters mainly connected to the theatre in some way From the unscrupulous theatre manager to Eliza the ultimate heroine they were all so well portrayed and believableI have read several Rosie Thomas books and for me this isn t one of her best but interesting all the same

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From the bestselling author of the phenomenally successful The Kashmir ShawlLondon 1885As a turbulent and change filled century draws to a close there has never been a better time to alter your fortune But for a beautiful young woman of limited means Eliza’s choices appear to l. 35 Stared off really stong and pulled me into its world instantly but it started to lag I really enjoyed the characters and the world but something was just missing The Prince of Pleasure (The Wilde Brothers, your fortune But for a beautiful Hers to Protect young woman of limited means Eliza’s choices appear to l. 35 Stared off really stong and pulled me into its world instantly but it started to lag I really enjoyed the characters and the world but something was just missing

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Ie between the stifling domesticity of marriage or a downwards spiral to the streets – no matter how determined she is to forge her own pathOne night at a run down theatre she meets the charismatic Devil Wix – showman master of illusion fickle friend Drawn into his circle Eli. I liked this book It was way on the darker side than I expected Which is a nice present Sometimes the magical world can come off as just that magical The author did a good job of portraying the other side of this profession Not the one as an audience member sees as all fun and illusions but the daily grind of this work and the people who live it Kind of like carnie people at a carnival Don t let the name Devil confuse you as he turned out to be a complex character but also a likable character In fact all of the characters were good Don t get me wrong It is just that the pacing of the story was slow Which I would not have had a problem with if I had fully embraced the characters and the story itself I felt that there was a lot of dialect and at times that was all there was was talking Overall a good book So if you are looking for a book about magic with the old EnglishVictorian feel to it than you might check this book out


10 thoughts on “The Illusionists

  1. says:

    Apart from the danger of choosing a book based on its cover we should all be aware of the dangers of basing one's choice on a book's synopsis We read one thing buy the book because that thing sounded great but then the actual story is a bit differentThis was what happened to me with 'The Illusionists' I saw it was about a young woman called Eliza who was a bit too far ahead for her time and who decides to join a theat

  2. says:

    35 ⭐️ Stared off really stong and pulled me into its world instantly but it started to lag I really enjoyed the characters and the world but something was just missing

  3. says:

    DNFThis is one of the books that I DNF'ed this year which is very rare and it might be 2nd or 3rd one this year The story revolves around a set of people with different backgrounds who join together to run a theatre which gi

  4. says:

    This engaging and evocative novel presents a different side of Victorian England than we're used to seeing one where charlatans and hucksters vie to make a living by peddling magic tricks to a gullible and impoverished public Though THE ILLUSIONISTS can feel a bit crowded at moments plot wise its characters are riveting especially the unreliable and conniving protagonist Devil whose ambition to open his own theater sweeps up a variety of

  5. says:

    I liked this book It was way on the darker side than I expected Which is a nice present Sometimes the magical world can come off as

  6. says:

    A big old no Hey guess what? Saying I could have you anyways and her resistance excited him is uh about rape Not sexy not good Pretty goddamned bad Also there were several other instances that were just a big old pile of shit and on top of that not that interesting Booooooo Do not want or like or anything like it

  7. says:

    An interesting book about Victorian Theatre A mixed bunch of characters mainly connected to the theatre in some way From the unscrupulous theatre manager to Eliza the ultimate heroine they were all so well portrayed and believableI have read several Rosie Thomas books and for me this isn't one of her best but interesting all the same

  8. says:

    Full review here book of the year so far Every once in a while you find a book that hooks you from the very first

  9. says:

    I very much enjoy the magicianillusionist genre But this book is really at heart a romance There seems to be a lot of books published in the last year or so set in London in the late 1800s but that might be simply because I choose and read b

  10. says:

    Did not finish Probably should have been edited to 50% of it's actual length Got tired of waiting for something to happen though part of me wishes I'd had the fortitude to stick with it

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