Advance reader reviews of Broken Colors by Michele Zackheim.

Broken Colors

By Michele Zackheim

Broken Colors
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  • Published in USA  Oct 2007,
    318 pages.

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  • Loren (Appleton WI)


    artistic insight
    This was a wonderfully written novel with good characterization and descriptions. I enjoyed it for the insight into how an artist feels and creates. I gave it four instead of five stars because of the romantic elements. (I'm not very fond of romances.)
  • Nancy (Denver NC)


    A Book for Artists
    I had a hard time reading this book. It's very well written, but I feel it would be enjoyed only by an artist or someone with an art background.The story is lost in all the colors, techniques and language of art.
    The characters themselves were frustrating. So selfish and self-consumed. And the locations - from England to Paris to Italy - so typical of artists. The only real character in the book was the protagonist's friend, Anne, who showed up too infrequently.
    I did not care for the book - in fact, I was relieved when I finished it.
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