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True Colors by [Hannah, Kristin]
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“In this big juicy novel, bestselling author Hannah (Firefly Lane) scores again with a tale of three sisters set in the sprawling ranchlands of Washington state...Deliciously romantic and often heartbreaking, this is a book you'll want to climb inside of and stay as long as possible.” ―People

“[Makes] full display of the author's strong suits: sense of place, compassion for characters and understanding of family dynamics.” ―Kirkus Reviews

“A beautiful and captivating story of love and rivalry, family and community, that readers will happily devour.” ―Booklist

“Hannah ... really knows what women-her characters and her audience-want.” ―Publishers Weekly

“An engrossing, fast-paced story that will appeal to readers of Barbara Delinsky and fans of women's fiction.” ―Library Journal

“Clever plot twists and complex, engaging characters make True Colors a very satisfying read.” ―USA Today

About the Author

Kristin Hannah is the bestselling author of many acclaimed novels, including On Mystic Lake, Between Sisters, The Things We Do for Love, Comfort & Joy, and Magic Hour. She lives in the Pacific Northwest and on Kauai with her husband and son.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1842 KB
  • Print Length: 541 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press; Reprint edition (April 1, 2010)
  • Publication Date: April 1, 2010
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002LA0A8O
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,850 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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True Colors is a book about three sisters and their lives as it unfolds over the course of thirty years, although it focuses on Vivi Ann and Winona most of all. Winona's jealousy stems from how Vivi Ann has always been their father's favorite and has always had his approval as well especially thirteen years after their mother's death when Vivi Ann starts dating Winona's best friend Luke. A man that Winona has been in love with for years. Aurora knows how she feels, but instead of telling Vivi Ann how she feels she secretly hopes they will broke up. In the meantime she has hired a new ranch hand Dallas who has his eye on Vivi Ann. A potential recipe for disaster since the man is half white and half Native American not to mention a tumultuous past. Although being a victim of child abuse could do that to a man. Because of his past not everyone in town particularly cares for the man which is probably what helps shape some of the events that happen later on in the book. And some of how Winona handles certain things both effects her relationship with her sisters as well as her friendship with Luke. The second half of the book deals a lot with a teenaged Noah and how knowledge of his father effects him and the consequences of how he deals with things. This book is a pretty complex look at families as well as what can happen to people when the Justice system gets things wrong and the importance of things like the Innocence Project and what an effect DNA has on old cases, good and bad, for the wrongfully accused. At times it was a little hard to like Winona but I believe she definitely redeems herself by the end.
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My absolute favorite book! I own the kindle version and a hard copy. I read this book about every two months. The troubles between sisters and the undying love between Dallas and Vivi Ann is amazing. Kristen Hannah I love practically everything you write but especially this
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It has been quite a while since I read this book. If I remember correctly, this book is about three sisters who really loved each other but were jealous of the love bestowed upon one daughter by the father. The greater part of the story was about Vivi Ann and her husband Dallas. Dallas was part
American Indian, so the family who pretty much lived by father's rules had a hard time accepting Vivi Ann's choice. Winona, the oldest sister really disliked Dallas because Vivi Ann had been engaged to a man that Winona loved, but didn't love her. Aurora was married to a professional man in
the town where the story takes place. Vivi Ann's husband was sent to prison for murder and it looked like he would always be there. Finally Winina who was a lawyer figured out that Dallas had been falsely imprisoned and he came home. Aurora divorced her husband. Winona became acquainted again with Luke and they became lovers. The girls finally figured out that their father wasn't really a good guy and decided to not try to love him or get him to love them. Very good book as always when written by Kristin Hannah,
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I was told to read this book by my sister in law, a third of the way through it I called her and told her it better get better. She told me to stick with it, well I did and truly wish I hadn't! It was dull, boring, and predictable to the point it seems to have been wriiten while the author was asleep. The favorite younger sister is weak and pathetic to he point she is catatonic, completely ignoring the needs of her teenage son as she wallows in self pity. The oldest sister is a vicious jealous harpy not to mention dull. The middle sister doesn't bear mentioning because the author didn't think so either. A huge waste of time. I gave it one star because I had to, it doesn't deserve it.
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Kristin Hannah is a beautiful storyteller but something about this story felt a little stale. The character who sees herself as fat/ugly/unlovable comparing herself to a character who is pretty/loved by all/has an easy life has been done so many times & always seems to have the same outcome. Also, in this case these girls are sisters! As someone who had three sisters, I can understand being jealous & fighting, by your mid-twenties being jealous over something as silly as a relationship just felt so childish. It was frustrating that only Aurora seemed to be able to really grasp the meanings of sisterhood & family, yet she was the character given the least development.
I would have liked to have some kind of epilogue to the story as well. I feel that Hannah spent so much time developing these characters & having us invest in their lives over the span of the novel that to just end it as it was left me feeling cheated. The ending was very hopeful for the future, but there were many things I felt were left unanswered: such as the daughters' relationship with their father, the town's reaction to Dallas's return, Dallas's new relationship with his son, Winona's relationship with Luke, & just in general how they were getting on.
I think Hannah crafts really lovely novels but this is not one I would recommend to someone first. I would start with one like Firefly Lane & maybe keep this one around for when you want an easy read & an escape to the PNW.
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