I am consistently and continually moved by Lisa See's writing. She expresses the passion and sadness in a girl, woman's heart. In this story she illustrates the separation between our romantic yearnings and the truth about love and the divergent worlds of men and women. She is truly more than a novelist, but is a poet who has miraculously channeled the hearts and spirits of many through her writing. Anyone who does not understand what she is trying to say here, should dig deeper. This is not merely for our entertainment...Ms. See is telling us truths we all need to know.
I loved this story and the characters, but I really hated the ending. I will go on to the sequel, Solomon's Song however and hope and pray that it ends better than Tommo and Hawk.
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