This one from Amelia Atlas (what a fantastic name!) at the Barnes & Noble site.  Call me odd, but I’m tickled that anyone not drawn to impossible worlds finds as much to like about mine as she does.

Cut away from sleight itself, the novel is a moving portrait of mental illness, of sibling love and rivalry, and above all, of the destructive power of great art over its performers. It’s a shame that we can’t see what Lark and Clef create; we can only make out their scars.

Again–I may be strange, I know I am, but retracing a world from scars sounds to me like a gorgeous project.  I really enjoyed reading this review.