The book is not just a love story with darker shades but also is a treatise on the futility and brutality of wars between nations and a critique on the idea of nation state. Historically insightful with political undertones, the novel has fully fleshed out multi-layered and credible characters. Written beautifully and structured intelligently, you get hooked to the story right from the first page. The denouement is also equally fascinating.
￭ Abdullah Khan
Tour de force. ￭ Leanne Delehanty, author and visual artist
[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.
￭ Unlikely stories.
History is written only once, so is Butterfly by Julie O'Yang.
￭ Young Chronicle
A book that has all the essential ingredients that makes a bestseller. There never seems to be a damp moment with the right choice of words. ￭ Creative Ecstasy
The author's use of dialogue is a key strength …[A] read with the mind and the heart. ￭ Liam Lyles
...this is nothing like I’ve read before. The writing style is "different”, somewhat a la Haruki Murakami.
￭ The Vault of Books