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Posted September 5, 2009
unlike any of his other writings
I have enjoyed all of Chaim Potok's books regarding Jewish cuture and people, but this one is totally different.
While his writing is as good as ever, I did not find the story compelling nor his characters sympathetic. To be fair, I suppose I was more in tune with the Jewish Characters that I could be with Koreans, but while portraying the hardships of refugees, the story did not seem to truly invoke and sympathy fro me unlike other depictions of Korea.
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Posted February 12, 2012
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