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An important story about a historic time in the U.S. and peoples' prejudices and fears about Japanese Americans during WWII.Published 11 days ago by Glad2BAlive
I listened to this on audio. The reader did a really good job, not simply reading it but she used voices for the different characters to bring them to life. Read morePublished 1 month ago by aeh15
I loved the story. Sandra Dallas has a way of creating characters that you are sure you know.
I was however amazed at the number of errors in the transcription of this book. Read more
TALLGRASS, by Sandra Dallas.
I found this book at a used book sale and got it because I have enjoyed other books, both fiction and memoir, about how Japanese-Americans were... Read more
An easy read despite the subject matter. The book made me want to read more about the horrific way Japanese Americans were treated during WWII.Published 2 months ago by Jeneal
Great historical fiction. I learned new facts about the Japanese internment camps.Published 2 months ago by Linn
This is a simply written novel that is easy to read but also easy to put down. I found I didn't care about the characters and thought they were cliched. Read morePublished 3 months ago by CO gal
Rambled. Filled with unnecessary detail. I Don't recommend. It was a chore to read. Too pat and predictable for me.Published 3 months ago by Phyllis McKee