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Moving collection of small stories from many individuals affected by the quake and tsunami. Most are well written though the many different styles were occasionally jarring. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DickGordonCan
Aesthetically pleasing but not much in the way of content. Interesting for those looking at human interest stories.Published 2 months ago by Ryan Wilhelmi
Good information on realities of service interruptions buried in the individual stories. Long walks home, electricity, gasoline, food and water shortages. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
If you have been to Japan and have been involved with their uniquely indifferent yet compassionate and passionate culture, then you'll relive some of the feelings you've been... Read morePublished 4 months ago by T'ai-chi Tom
Very hard to read, as in how deeply and emotional many of the stories are. But there are many others filled with hope.Published 5 months ago by R. Quesada
I liked the many perspectives from so many people. It is good to get a perspective that isn't from mass media.Published 9 months ago by Tamasha Robertson
It is tragic that it takes suffering to this extend to stop judging and start compassion.
You get a glimpse of people' s suffering, people making difficult decisions,... Read more