While Donatella and her story, full as it is of such a legion of colorful characters, are vastly entertaining in their own right, often Denton’s descriptions of musical performances manage to swoop in and lift the reader up to even greater heights. Her passionate research and personal love of the art both shine through in the remarkable imagery her prose evokes, enrapturing her audience and taking them just a bit deeper into the intricacies of the 17th century setting. Irrevocable in its magic and intrepid in its storytelling, To a Strange Somewhere Fled is a fascinating and delectably original work that readers won’t soon forget.
~Casee Marie Clow, Literary Inklings
~Steve Lindahl, author of White Horse Regressions & Motherless Soul.
~Deborah Bennison, Bennison Books
~ Mary Clark, author of Tally: An Intuitive Life