The Ballerinas by Rachel Kapelke-Dale
Fourteen years prior, Delphine deserted her esteemed soloist spot at the Paris Opera Ballet for another life in St. Petersburgtaking with her a mysterious that could overturn the existences of her dearest companions, individual artists Lindsay and Margaux. Presently 36 years of age, Delphine has gotten back to her previous home and to the amazing Palais Garnier Opera House, to arrange the expressive dance that will launch the following period of her careerand, she trusts, at long last make things directly with her previous companions. However, Delphine rapidly finds that things have changed while she’s been away…and a few insider facts can’t remain covered for eternity. Moving between the triplet’s juvenile years and the current day, The Ballerinas investigates the intricacies of female companionship, the dim drive towards actual flawlessness for the sake of imaginative articulation, the two sided deal of aspiration and energy, and the sublimated fury that such countless ladies hold insideall finishing in a wind you will not see coming, with attractive characters you will probably remember forever.