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The Color of Air

An intoxicating blend of historical events and fiction, ‘The Color of Air’ is perfect for anyone looking for a magical love story that transcends time.

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Review of ‘The Color of Air’

In Gail Tsukiyama’s eighth novel, a small Japanese community on Hawaii’s Big Island is thrown into chaos in 1935 when the town’s golden boy, Daniel Abe, returns home after several years away on the mainland. His homecoming coincides with the eruption of Mauna Loa, a portentous omen, as the locals have long viewed its seismic…

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