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The characters were a little jagged. I think this could have made an epic sweeping drama if they had had more room to grow. A good story.Published 12 days ago by Amanda C
First of all, I think the book is mistitled. There's not all that much about a PIANO TEACHER. OT OS MISLEADINGPublished 15 days ago by Carolyn McMahon
It was depressing for me. All the destruction of lives and cruelties beyond imagination. Not an uplifting read. I look forward to another book that is less tragicPublished 6 months ago by Joyce Hussj
Loved this book! Felt like I was there in Hing Kong during WW II!Published 6 months ago by Deborah Lisi
Interesting historical setting, but main character is dull and lifeless.Published 7 months ago by LizZ
Very disappointed in this book. Hard to follow along with being very sad. Not a good summer read for sure. My book club was split on this bookPublished 7 months ago by Dana Parks
Good, but jumped around too much and left some issues dangling.Published 7 months ago by Wini Daniel
Complex people and issues related to war and what war does to the populace. I enjoyed how she wove the characters roles, the emotional roller coaster.Published 7 months ago by Roe