3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Just finished reading Don Greig's Time Will Tell. For anyone who appreciates fluid, engaging prose and early music or Medieval/Renaissance art, with a good mix of humour and drama, it's a must-read. Think of it as a sort of Matthew Vine meets Umberto Eco and Johannes Ockeghem, on tour, in one of the best bars you've ever visited. Throws up some incredibly interesting and stimulating questions about the act of writing a history and how creatively this can be done, in a subtle yet engaging manner. Definitely appealing to historians and musicians alike.