The Principal's Daughter gives a view of Vietnam that probably few people have ever thought about or read about. Russ Katz's story telling style is very approachable --- it's very emotional, but not overly so -- he lets the facts and the people tell their story without bias or political overtones. The fact that the story is true makes it even stronger. Katz is able to share a lot about Vietnamese culture, growing up in Vietnam, the war itself (how it affected the characters), the country's customs, and the workings of Communism. He shares all this in the context of the story-- so not only was I entertained and enthralled, but I learned a lot as well.
~Dog Ear Publishing Editor
|Publisher:||Dog Ear Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||975 KB|
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