My Review of “Wrapped in the Stars” by Elena Mikalsen

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My Review of “Wrapped in the Stars” by Elena Mikalsen

“Wrapped in the Stars” by Elena Mikalsen is a unique, intriguing and captivating novel that I enjoyed. The  Genres for this Novel are Fiction, Woman’s Fiction, Magical Realism and  a touch of Historical History.  Elena Mikalsen has woven a novel connecting two  timelines, characters, events and stories.  There is a past timeline and a present timeline with different characters, that seem to eventually complete the puzzle. There is also symbolism. There is a robin and a ring that are very significant in this story .

The characters are complex and complicated.  In the present timeline, Maya Radelis has run away from problems with her medical residency, and guilt over her sister’s death . She leaves the United States and finds herself in Scotland. Following the path of a robin, she sees an unusual ring in a jewelry store, and she knows she has to have it. Maya finds herself  involved in the history of the ring, and often gets flashbacks.  She goes to Paris and meets David a fellow New Yorker. They find themselves in Switzerland to follow the history of the ring and the woman from the past, also a physician.  What does all of this mean? Why is this happening? Is there something that is “magical” about this ring? What is the connection?

I would recommend this book to readers that enjoy fiction with a touch of magic realism. I received an ARC from NetGalley for my honest review.


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