Review: The Book of Colors: A Novel by Raymond Barfield


Yslea is an unforgettable character. A sage soul, observant to minute details with her simple yet profound thoughts along with observations. Her views are organic lacking over analyzing, seeing with both her heart and eyes. A challenging upbringing failing to hinder her growth and optimist outlook. A young woman full of hope, faith, love and happiness. The characters are three-dimensional and intricate. Yslea certainly brightened my world in an affecting manner, she taught me much as we shared our short memorable time together. Simply beautiful.


•Kindle Edition, 224 pages
•Published April 20th 2015 by Unbridled Books


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