The Woman in the White Kimono Lib/E Ljud-CD – CD, 28 Maj 2019
"The Woman in the White Kimono is an elegant testament to the tenacity of hope, even when the bindings of cultural and familial expectations are drawn so tight. I look forward to reading more from this talented author."-- "Kelli Estes, author of The Girl Who Wrote in Silk"
"A powerful and heartbreaking literary novel; a lush and masterful exploration of the indomitability of the human spirit."-- "Karen Dionne, author of The Marsh King's Daughter"
"A well-researched piece of historical fiction, loosely inspired by the military experience of the author's father, that shines a light on a dark chapter of Japanese history that will be unfamiliar to many readers."-- "Booklist"
"Cinematic, deeply moving, and beautifully written. I so enjoyed this."-- "Carol Mason, author of After You Left"
Ana Johns worked over twenty years in the creative arts field, as both a creative director and business owner, before turning her hand to fiction. Born and raised in metro Detroit, she now resides in Indianapolis with her family. The Woman in the White Kimono is her first novel.
Emily Woo Zeller is an Audie and Earphones Award-winning narrator, voice-over artist, actor, dancer, and choreographer. AudioFile magazine named her one of the Best Voices of 2013. Her voice-over career includes work in animated film and television in Southeast Asia.
Lauren Ezzo, an Earphones Award-winning narrator, is a commercial voice talent and Chicago-based actor and graduate of Hope College. She has acted in Peppermint Creek Theatre Company's world premiere of Or You Could Kiss Me. Her narrations have placed her on several "Best of the Year" lists, including AudioFile's Best Audiobooks of the Year list. In 2018, she was part of a full cast of narrators nominated for the prestigious Audie Award for Best Original Work.
- Utgivare : Park Row Books; Unabridged utgåvan (28 Maj 2019)
- Språk : Engelska
- ISBN-10 : 1982647388
- ISBN-13 : 978-1982647384
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The writing style was irritating, with many grammatical errors which annoyed me, and surprised me given that the author is a journalist by profession.
I didn’t really care about the characters, and struggled to stay engaged long enough to finish the book.