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This is one of my all time favourite novels, rife with beautiful writing, rich characters, excellent description, thoughtful, poignant, at times nostalgic, at times hopefull, but... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Karin
Gunderson displays an ability to describe both the sublime and degrading qualities often manifested in the same individuals, especially in love, war and interracial differences.Published 27 days ago by T. Pospichal
I like the emotion put into the parts on internment, but is a tad too heavy in back stories for my taste.Published 28 days ago by Wes
I'm reading it twice, right now. This time like a high school Junior with a highlighter.Published 1 month ago by angela jk
All the feels wrapped up in a murder trial in a prejudiced small. American town post WWII.Published 1 month ago by Deborah Waring
I've found this is a great choice for community college students who are not experienced novel readers. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Agard