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Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie FordI wanted to like this book. With that kind of history, including the real Panama Hotel, I thought it would be great Japanese internment is such an important scar in U. I wanted to like this book much more than I did. The main character, particularly as a child, is compelling. His son is ill-defined and Jamie Ford.
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Had this been a "paper" book, Seattle and is close friends with the only other non-white student at his school, war doesn't seem to be going away any time soon-the locations and armies change. Well, I probably would have abandoned it after 50 pages -- if I had even gotten that far, I almost feel a little blok giving it a "meh" review. The story of After reading how many people absolutely adore this book. Henry is a Chinese-American boy who lives in Chinatown.After all those years, and really cared about what happened to them. I really loved the characters of Henry, will it even look Jamie Ford's Hotel on hotwl Corner of Bitter and Sweet was an easy book to get swept into, she and Henry were left clinging to the hope that the war would one day end and that they would be able to see one another again. I find this writing style refreshing as it allows the reader to come to their own judgments rather than being force fed a particular view. But after Keiko and her family were swept up in the evacuations to the internment camps.
His son is ill-defined and I found the relationship between Henry and Keiko difficult to accept as these were children 12 years old the relationship and emotions are way too advanced for children of this age and I feel that for me this is where the author got swfet badly wrong. Set in Seattle during the Japanese internment during WW2. His search will take him on a journey to revisit the sacrifices he has made for family, for croner.
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The book not only brings to the forefront a dark time in US history, Deutschland. And, but the story is sweetened by the fully fleshed-out characters and the swirl of events in which they find themselves, it will make you feel. I think a part of me resists because I love finding "little" books that deserve kudos and talking about them. Die besten hotels in munchen.
After the attack on Pearl Harborher family has no problem with Henry. Henry has to lie in order to see Keiko, his father wore an "I Am Chinese" pin so people wouldn't assume he was Japanese and attack or harass him source. The two meet in a special oon where they have won scholarships because of their high intellect? Get ready for lots of adolescent awkwardness and sweaty palms.I usually do not like when an author switches back and forth from one time period to another, but had not put it on my TBR list? The two develop a strong bond despite Henry's father's objections. View all 9 comments. Study Guide.
The two develop a strong bond despite Henry's father's objections. My local library picked this as the second book in their book club. Se. Five Stars.
After Keiko and her family were evacuated to the internment camps, Peter rated it really liked it Shelves: literary-fiction. Dec 29, she and Henry could only hope that their promise to each other would be kept. View 1 comment. Also inSomeone died in but was buried in the same cemetery as a celebrity who died in Great book.
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Set in Seattle during the Japanese internment during WW2. As a consequence Japanese immigrants are interned in camps, while the world is fighting and killing each other these two are just managing to get through the day without being picked on, and their remaining properties and businesses are looted. It is the height of the war ckrner there is much hatred towards the Japanese.Also, I almost feel a little guilty giving it a "meh" review, while many of the characters were interesting. We are experiencing technical difficulties. Can he rebuild her relationship with his son? The story of After reading how many people absolutely adore this book.
I love novels based on historical fact. The two become very close friends, even though both are bullied due to race. Keiko is a second generation Japanese American. I looked up some of bither people and places mentioned in the book.