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Review: The Language of Flowers

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Norah Piehl

At one point in Vanessa Diffenbaugh's compelling debut novel, her heroine, Victoria, struggles to learn the complicated intricacies of a manual film camera. The flower she chooses as the subject of her photographic experiments is a white rose. This might seem like an easy choice, or maybe one guided by aesthetics or popular preference. But anyone who flips to the back of THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS ... Read full review

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Brilliant read
I found this book completely addictive . So well written . I even want to read it again . A must read .

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