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Posted August 20, 2005
I discovered PS Buck's novels in my 20's, and ever since have tried to read as many as possible. So far I haven't been disappointed! All her books have such well narrated story lines about the common person and their tie to history. Like John Steinbeck, she knows how to write with or without the intention to make you feel emotion for each character. This book is one of her best. Not only is it a beautiful narrative of Korea, but it gives me great hope that even the most unknown of people make an important impact on their community, country, or even the world. The importance she put on family is one of the most beautiful legacies she left behind.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 22, 2002
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