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interesting true account of mao and the cultural revolution. read it twice already, may again sometimePublished 4 days ago by L. Wells
The hardships of just existing during that time in work camps is hard to read but still a celebration of her spirit.Published 14 days ago by Jo Ann Ely
I listened to the audio version and thouroughly enjoyed it.....so much so that I purchased the Bach Goldberg Variations and they had much more meaning because I knew the performer.Published 16 days ago by Sarah Brownell
I absolutely loved this book! What an amazing story about a revolution I knew nothing about. Not being a musician I did get slightly bogged down in one section. Read morePublished 18 days ago by LauraJJ
It help me understand the Cultural Revolution in China. I admired her perseverance. I tried to get one of her albums of a concert.
I would love to meet her.
You can't destroy the music in your heart. What a comeback after a childhood under Mao.Published 1 month ago by orderly
I really enjoyed this book. It was fascinating to learn about the Chinese Cultural Revolution under Mao from an artist who lived it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jody I Bowman
I bought this book from audible.com and it was one of the best decisions I ever made. I had read much about the Cultural Revolution, but not a person's direct experience. Read morePublished 1 month ago by F. Bailey Norwood
Being a musician, I cannot fathom what Zhu went through as a teenager! Her story is an inspiration for anyone! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Phyllis Relyea