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All Woman and Springtime
     

All Woman and Springtime

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by Brandon W. Jones
 

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Before she met Il-sun in an orphanage, Gi was a hollow husk of a girl, broken from growing up in one of North Korea’s forced-labor camps. A mathematical genius, she learned to cope with pain by retreating into a realm of numbers and calculations, an escape from both the past and the present. Gi becomes enamored of the brash and radiant Il-sun, a friend she

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All Woman and Springtime 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
WordGirl More than 1 year ago
A FIRST novel for Brandon Jones? It's triumphant! I found it almost impossible to put down yet I hated to finish it because I didn't WANT it to end. From the very beginning, I felt so immersed in the characters that I was WITH them. As a child who was beaten, raped, and loaned out to my sick father's 'business associates', I truly identified with and felt Gyong, Ill-Sun, Cho, and the other girls. A lot of tears fell on the pages, but I somehow felt purged of sadness when I read the last pages. THANK YOU, Brandon Jones, for a stunningly, well-written, IMPORTANT book. Please, write more!
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This book kept my interest and was a very good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Honestly this book is unbelivable! 371 PAGES . The ending was kind of rushed i thought... unless there will be a sequel.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
How many pages