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Girl in Hyacinth Blue

by Susan Vreeland

Girl in Hyacinth Blue
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  • First Published:
    Sep 1999, 242 pages
    Paperback:
    Oct 2000, 256 pages

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Aaron (01/22/12)

Alright
The book was extremely hard to follow. I found myself re-reading whole chapters. Overall not a bad book but I was not impressed.
Velma (08/06/07)

A Real Winner
I was mesmerized by this book which tells the history of a painting in reverse time order. The writing style is excellent. I flew through this book in one day and I am now a confirmed Vreeland fan.
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