Review: NIGHT OF MANY DREAMS by Gail Tsukiyama

night-of-many-dreamsKaye from Pudgy Penguin Perusals recently posted a review of Night of Many Dreams by Gail Tsukiyama.  Here’s a snippet:

From the beginning of World war II to the beginning of the Vietnam war, this wonderful book is a coming-of-age story of two sisters, Joan and Emma Lew. The chapters in this book feature a different family member and time frame. While their father is away a lot for his import/export business, the girls are left with their mother Kum Ling, faithful cook Foon and their mother’s cousin whom they call Auntie Go. When the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong is imminent, Kum Ling takes her family to the neutral territory of Macao to try to avoid the miseries of war. After they return to Hong Kong, the socially conscious Kum Ling tries to play matchmaker for her older daughter, Joan.

You can read the entire review here.

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