Monday, July 30, 2012

The Color of Water (Colors Trilogy: Book 2)

by Kim Dong Hwa, 308 pages

As her mother waits for her travelling "picture man" and puts up with the crude remarks of her tavern's male patrons, Ehwa continues to mature and continues on her own meandering journey of the heart.

This series is full of symbolism involving imagery from nature, including flowers, water, and butterflies.  It's interesting to go back through and see how they all connect together in their variations and who and what they're linked to.

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