Overall, I enjoyed reading this book. I enjoyed the storyline of two sisters who had nothing but each other and their talent at music but survived because of their will to start a life for themselves. I really liked how we got to see Molly grow as the book progressed and how she remained adventurous and brave throughout the story. After the death of her parents, we could see how Molly begins to grow more responsible and protective of her sister while still trying to chase her dreams. The storyline itself was also very suspenseful and filled with adventure, which made me unable to put the book down! I also liked how the author vividly described the scenery in the book. For example, when Molly and Juliet first got to London, I felt like I was there with them due to how the author described the busy streets filled with people and traffic. Because this book was based in the late 1590's, it was cool to see the author's descriptions of London back in that period of time. For example, the traffic being with horses rather than cars, people regularly attending Shakespeare's plays with him there, and the plague. This book also showed how despite when things get tough, not giving up will eventually lead you to success. Lastly, I really liked how the pacing of this story was quick as no parts of the book felt dragged out or boring. I highly recommend this book to readers who are interested in reading a book about two brave sisters with big dreams!