Butterfly Yellow is a beautifully written and emotionally moving story of redemption and reconnection. I loved every word, and highly recommend it.
I read an early version of this book, and I eagerly awaited the release of this version so I could start hawking it to all my friends.
This book popped up repeatedly on bestseller and recommendation lists. I had to discover the basis for the hype.
The publisher recently released the 20-year anniversary version of this story. I am far behind the boat on this, as it is my first time reading it. That’s what I love about words: they’re timeless. Twenty years later, I can discover a book and immerse myself in its pages.
I picked up this book because I love reading about people who are different from me. Not a lot of young adult novels feature Muslim protagonists, so I grabbed this as soon as I saw it available the library.
I advise you to tie a rope around your waist before diving into this book, because after swimming in the darkness, you’ll need a lifeline to pull yourself back to the surface.
I haven't yet read a book by Kristin Hannah that I didn't love.