Book: Butterfly, a Novel by Julie O'Yangcategories: Book, Japan, World War II, Female Writer, Fiction, Chinese Contemporary Literature, Thriller, Suspense, Travel, Drama, Fantasy, China
Julie O'Yangabout this book: Why isn't the word "phonetic" spelled the way it sounds? What's the opposite of opposite? What's the opposite of love? Do fish get thirsty? Can blind people see their dreams? Do they dream? Can you cry under water?
Want to find the answers to your capitalised Q's? Order my novel with a twist of sushi & soul stirring martini. Grand delicious somewhere between me and words, between fear and sex. Butterfly is a haunting love story a la Romeo and Juliet of the Orient. A love that cannot be but a love that will never grow old on the curving shore of the magic, eternal river Yangtze during devastating war...
• "Butterfly is a book that reminds you of the joy of discovering a treasure, and wondering why there aren't a few hundred-thousand more who have already found it before you."
• "A shamelessly original work of art that you can read legally outside China."
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