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10-29-2015 06:58 AM - edited 10-29-2015 07:01 AM
I just finished her short story "TRAIN TO NOWHERE" and I highly recommend it. It takes place in China during the 1960s and the Cultural Revolution. A 16 year old Chinese girl, Ling, is put on a train by her mother, alone. Why?
The characters were so well developed in only 70 pages.
Next I will start book 1 in her new series, "THE SCAVENGER'S DAUGHTERS," also set in China about a poor man, Benfu, and how he and his wife build their family of daughters.
Kay Bratt has worked closely with Chinese orphanages and even lived in China for a few years. I also plan to read her book "SILENT TEARS: A JOURNEY OF HOPE IN A CHINESE ORPHANAGE.
She now lives in eastern U.S.
10-29-2015 07:20 PM
Have been reading Scavenger's Daughters for our book club - wonderful!! I've never read this author before but will keep her on my favorite list. Very well written, keeps my interest; amazing all the love Benfu and Calli have for their adopted children. Beautiful story.
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