Van Gogh, with his love for sentimental novels, would certainly approve.
Sunflowers is a rich novel of historical fiction that combines in-depth factual research with a vivid portrayal of Vincent van Gogh's world.
It turned out better than I expected, because Bundrick writes well and I was drawn into the story.
Too much fictional, over dramatic, sensitive, prostitute, too little about Van Gogh, his work and his family.Published 12 days ago by Veta Miller
Great book! I never thought I would get so interested in Vincent van Gogh.Published 1 month ago by Flip513
I enjoyed this book and the depiction of Van Gogh and his life. The writing at times was a bit too contemporary and cliched, but the concept was a great one.Published 8 months ago by lawprof
"Sunflowers" is one of the best books I have ever read. I've read it three times and each time I liked it even more. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mr. Dennis Fryer
Really enjoyed this book which was about an interesting subject. It held my interest and was well written. I highly recommend this book.Published 12 months ago by eating ice cream
As I read Sunflowers, I went back and forth to look at the paintings referenced in the novel, and though I had a good general idea of his works, I didn't know the background behind... Read morePublished 14 months ago by CatLady88
Very interesting book. Well written. Van Gogh was an amazing artist. This book made him a very human man.
The author did a wonderful job.
I was disappointed in this book. I chose to read it because I enjoy art history and historical fiction. I found this book lacking in both areas. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jaime Cohen
I want to learn more about Van Gogh! I hope to visit a museum to see his paintings. Great bookPublished 17 months ago by Mary Ellen Smith