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The Color of Water - Community Reviews back

by Kim Dong Hwa
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Muccamukk
Muccamukk rated it 3 years ago
I liked this marginally more than the first one. The art remains stunning, and I like the mother daughter relationship a lot, both the open affection and confidence and the sources of tension. It's still relentlessly about relationships between men and women though, even if we see young female peers...
Hello Book, So Long Sleep...
Hello Book, So Long Sleep... rated it 5 years ago
There was just too much stuff that gave me the "ickies" in this book. The love interest for the young girl has got to be at least ten years older. (so the girl is about 12 to 13), there are constant old men making remarks on how her sweet young face gets them stiff. One old man wants to buy her. The...
Inkspot Fancy
Inkspot Fancy rated it 5 years ago
Ahhh, the lovely and rare stories about a mother and daughter. :) As Ehwa continues on the path to womanhood, she both begins to learn from and empathize with her mother more, but also to come into friction with her more often. Add in a new young man who makes her heart flutter like a butterfly's wi...
Reading Robyn
Reading Robyn rated it 6 years ago
The Colour of Water is such a seamless transition from The Colour of Earth that I feel everything I said in that review can be applied to this book as well. The messages about sex, the mother-daughter relationship, the story of Ehwa gradually maturing, and even the heavy-laden metaphors about nature...
drey's library
drey's library rated it 7 years ago
In The Color of Water, Ehwa is now sixteen. She meets Duksam, and spends her free time daydreaming about him and about love. Is he the one for her? When his employer sees her, though, the old lech decides to set the matchmaker to pursue Ehwa's hand in marriage.In the meantime, Ehwa's mother still pi...
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