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Memories of a Butterfly Irina and Jinne are roommates andfriends, but at the same time they are complete opposites Irina is a hardworking and serious young woman while Jinne, being a freelance artist, has always had her head full of weird ideas One night Jinne decides to Memories ofEpub disappear, and wants Irina to find her Unwillingly Irina begins the search, and gets deeper and deeper into Jinne's private life But actually, is it really her friend that she is trying to find? Or maybe this is nothing but the path to her ownself.


10 thoughts on “Memories of a Butterfly

  1. Sabrina Sabrina says:

    Sadly, read halfway through it but couldn't finish it. The story didn't get me hooked and the writing style itself is unbearably lacking in my opinion. I just couldn't read on.


  2. Ksenia Vlasova Ksenia Vlasova says:

    Resentment, thrill, anger, fascination, interest - all of these and many other emotions were left in my head after reading this book. At times this book makes you think about some serious questions, and at times it keeps you hooked just like a most interesting mystery. Sometimes you catch yourself thinking that it is some lunacy, but keep on reading to find out how all of this will end… wait for the ending because you can’t even guess what it will be.
    I recommend to read this book if you love mysteries and are able to read between the lines. The language might seem a bit simple but the story outweighs this shortcoming.


  3. Kim Kim says:

    It was a cute story, sometime a little bit long, but other time it was fast and lovely. The end confuse me, but I liked it :)


  4. Gina Schwartz Gina Schwartz says:

    Strangely mesmerising


  5. Pam Pam says:

    I'm really not sure what I just read!


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10 thoughts on “Memories of a Butterfly

  1. Sabrina Sabrina says:

    Sadly, read halfway through it but couldn't finish it. The story didn't get me hooked and the writing style itself is unbearably lacking in my opinion. I just couldn't read on.

  2. Ksenia Vlasova Ksenia Vlasova says:

    Resentment, thrill, anger, fascination, interest - all of these and many other emotions were left in my head after reading this book. At times this book makes you think about some serious questions, and at times it keeps you hooked just like a most interesting mystery. Sometimes you catch yourself thinking that it is some lunacy, but keep on reading to find out how all of this will end… wait for the ending because you can’t even guess what it will be.
    I recommend to read this book if you love mysteries and are able to read between the lines. The language might seem a bit simple but the story outweighs this shortcoming.

  3. Kim Kim says:

    It was a cute story, sometime a little bit long, but other time it was fast and lovely. The end confuse me, but I liked it :)

  4. Gina Schwartz Gina Schwartz says:

    Strangely mesmerising

  5. Pam Pam says:

    I'm really not sure what I just read!

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