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Chinese Cinderella: The True Story of an Unwanted Daughter

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2006

    Wonderful True Story

    This book was truly beautiful. It is very emotional, and it is a strong and powerful true story. Adaline Yen Mah is a wonderful writer, and this book made such an impact on me. I would definatly reccomend this book to anyone about ten and up.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2003

    The Unwanted Daughter

    Chinese Cinderella is a true story of an unwanted daughter who tries everything to win the love and understanding from her family. When her father remarries, life's not the same for Adeline. She gets mistreated day after day from her stepmother. A stepmother who dosent't even treat one of HER kids lovingly. A book that will leave deep footprints in you - CHINESE CINDERELLA. Chinese Cinderella is a breathtaking book. It was very thrilling to read. Although it was sad, I understood the pain she had to go through. I thought the stepmother was very pretty, but very cruel inside. The father wasn't so nice to his own daughter either. I felt really bad when she was sent to boarding school with no one there, but at least she had a little freedom. Aunt Baba and Yeye were the only ones that understood her. Yeye gave Adeline a lot of courage. I recommend this book to everyone.

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