Publishers Weekly - Publisher's WeeklyPW noted that the topics of ``prejudice, interracial dating, cultural differences and the horrors of Cambodia'' are ``adroitly interwoven'' in this tale of a sophomore girl, whose relationship with a Chinese boy presents both romantic and academic difficulties. Ages 12-up. (Dec.)
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I got this book for free because my middle school library was giving it away with a bunch of other books because no one was reading them and because they were old. It only took me about a week to finish it,and every time I took a break from reading it it left me wondering what was going to happen next. The moral in this book is great. The book is based around the 1990's or so because it was written in 1990. I enjoyed this book very much and I hope that you will enjoy it to. It is a great book for a teen which I am, and its lesson is helpful for when you are about to enter high school which I am also doing. ENJOY