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This book reminds me of my college days. I was just like the student appeared in this book.
Some of my class mates loved this book and went to see the author, Ms.Gardner.
Wonderful book with insights into a world we in our modern age have never seen. I've never seen anything about the survivors of the atomic bombs. Please read it!Published 1 month ago by babs
Terrible writing, waste of time. If I didn't have to read it for my book club, I would have stopped after part one.Published 4 months ago by Valerie
This story had a great premise but there was very little character development, the background of history with no real depth to it and an overall skimming of the essence of the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mdarcy
This was an exciting and readable book about Japan after the Atomic bomb and the damage it did to Japan's people and environmentPublished 9 months ago by Frederick Mazie
I liked the setting for this book! I found reading about Japan and Japanese culture to be very interesting. I was not a big fan of the ending, it was a little to abrupt for me. Read morePublished 13 months ago by susank
The author weaves a love story into the after affects of the bombing of Hiroshima. The main character draws the reader into the aching desire to know the history of her dear... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Regina DeStefano
I was compelled to finish reading this slow-moving novel, mostly because I lived in Japan for over two years in the 1990s and it was reminiscent of my life there: Places like... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Pauline Hager
I loved reading about Japan in the early 60's when we lived there. The characters are very vivid and bring out strong emotions.Published 20 months ago by marty jacob