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    A Hundred Flowers

    Gail Tsukiyama's novels are at the top of my list, she has the ability to let the reader glimpse into a world far removed from the western world. A treasure to read. I'm looking forward to reading the next two books I've purchased.
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    Very easy read. The book contains strong family emotions and sacrifice. It starts with a boy who falls from a tree and injures himself, putting his family in initial distress from which some family secrets come out. There are very charitable attitudes towards others in need, when the mother of the injured boy adopts a teenager who is heavily pregnant and gives birth. The chapters are written from the point of view of the main characters and switch from character to character. I felt compelled to read for a long while each time I sat to read this book because it was very gripping and emotional.
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