Hearing Secret Harmonies
The final novel in Anthony Powell's brilliant twelve-novel sequence, A Dance to the Music of Time
In Spring, almost another decade on, the Jenkinses act as host to a caravan of hippies led by Scorpio Murtlock, allowing them to camp on their land. One of the band is Fiona Cutts (daughter of Roddy Cutts, thus a niece of Isobel's). Murtlock is keenly interested in the nearby Devil's Fingers standing stones...
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Review: Hearing Secret Harmonies (A Dance to the Music of Time #12)User Review - Elise R - Goodreads
It was a lovely bookend to the whole series. Everything wrapped up nicely and confirmed my feeling that somehow the whole story was about Widmerpool. I really don't know how else Powell could have ended the series. Read full review
Review: Hearing Secret Harmonies (A Dance to the Music of Time #12)User Review - Corey - Goodreads
This concludes Powell's 12-novel cycle, 'A Dance to the Music of Time.' In short, it is one of the towering achievements in literature, an astonishing admixture of history and memoir in fictional form ... Read full review