Set in 1960s Japan, Plum Wine is a powerful tale about cultural differences, romantic hardships, and the legacy of Hiroshima.
©2006 Angela Davis-Gardner; (P)2007 Recorded Books
"Davis-Gardner's exceptionally sensitive and enveloping novel illuminates with quiet intensity, psychological suspense, and narrative grace the obdurate divide between cultures." (Booklist)
I've enjoyably listened to this twice over the past year. The reader Linda Stevens brings much warmth and wisdom to the book, and releases the story's strength. It's a slow moving story of women and eventually men, and misunderstandings.
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