Ask a fish, a review

“Chinese mythology is filled with tales of fish-women, erotic enchantresses who can disguise their scales, perhaps for generations, in order to lure the human men they love. These archetypal creatures have been re-imagined by Dutch-Chinese author Julie O’Yang in her fascinating new book Butterfly: A Novel, and they exist in a world that incorporates the modernity of Shanghai with memories of the Nanking massacre and the romantic and sexual torments of a young doctor.”
A new review is up by Austalian writer, scholar & dreamer Walter Mason. Read http://www.waltermason.com/2012/05/review-butterfly-novel-by-julie-oyang.html.

>>> Rush to Amazon to order your print copy or download the Kindle Ebook in Amazon’s Kindle store  >>>>>>>>> (click below)

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1 Comment

Filed under Gimme butterfly kisses!, Picnic on literature, Reviews, Uncategorized

One response to “Ask a fish, a review

  1. For one brief moment, I had a Dr. Suess experience based on the words: Ask a fish to review
    A cleverly written book or two…

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