As soon as I started to read this book, I found it hard to put it down.
This book provides a valuable, deeper understanding of Iris Chang as a person, a writer, a historian, a daughter, and a mother.
This book is unique in the sense that a grieving mother writes a biography for a world-renowned daughter.
amazed that Ying Ying has kept such detailed records of her daughter's life. It is indeed a great gift to her grandson who has missed out on so much !Published 4 months ago by Phang Yuet Chen
This is an account of a bright young author's brief life from her mother's perspective. I am aware and heard first hand on several of Iris's books as a child. Read morePublished 8 months ago by S. Shueh
1. This is definitely one of the toughest books to review in that I have overt mixed feelings about it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Harry M. Shin
A beautiful and thoughtful biography for an outstanding journalist and humanitarian who gave a lot of her life for the citizens of Peking and the world.Published 11 months ago by Fil Kae
This book, written by Iris' mother Ying Ying truly gives insight into the type of writer Iris was. I have read The Rape of Nanking and this book and found them both written so I... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jerry Bradsberry
Iris was one driven women. Story was interesting, but slow in spots. I wonder if she really enjoyed her life.Published 11 months ago by Bonita L Himes
I got tired of just reading Iris' accomplishments. Was having a child really so important to Iris, or was it another place where she needed to succeed more than she actually... Read morePublished 18 months ago by jana
Written by Iris Chang's mother, this biography of her late daughter documents her descent into mental illness and gives us a unique insight into an immigrant family's experiences.Published 19 months ago by Shiloh