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Susan Vreeland
Birth date: January 20
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An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge rated it 3 years ago
I think I liked this book more the first time I read it. It's still good, but I definitely liked certain stories better than others. "Morningshine" left the biggest impression on me last time (and probably this time too). I skipped most of "From the Personal Papers of Adriaan Kuypers" and "Hyacint...
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge rated it 3 years ago
I didn't even know who Artemisia Gentileschi was when I bought this book. I only knew Vreeland's The Girl in Hyacinth Blue (very enjoyable). I read it very slowly as it was my break book, but it worked well in that format. The story covers a long period of time, but the chapters are short and the ...
Momster Bookworm
Momster Bookworm rated it 3 years ago
This fictitious story revolves around an undiscovered, or perhaps, an unauthenticated Vermeer. It begins in the present day, where a professor invites a colleague to look at a painting he's kept hidden for decades. He insists that the art piece is by Johannes Vermeer: vehement in his study of the br...
Reader! Reader!
Reader! Reader! rated it 3 years ago
Susan Vreeland wrote one of my favorite books—The Girl in Hyacinth Blue—and that book was simply so amazing and original that I have avoided the rest of Vreeland's work. I knwo that sounds crazy, but I feel that Girl cannot be replicated without becoming gimmicky. I picked The Passion of Artemisia...
Constantly Moving the Bookmark
Constantly Moving the Bookmark rated it 3 years ago
Lisette loves living in Paris, but when Pascal, her husband’s grandfather, becomes ill she and Andre must move to a small village in Provence to care for him. Lisette is immediately taken aback by life in Rousillion – the small home with no electricity, an outspoken and often grouchy old man and NO...
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