An American music icon is on a collision course with the world's two superpowers when trying to save a Chinese baby from death. Haunted by a troubled past and betrayed by the people closest to her, she is set to win against those determined to silence her.
©2011 Talia Carner (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
The lack of the cliches. The made-up singer suddenly has an epiphany, her husband is indifferent; a love interest is flawed and tortured, a strong type... I just couldn't get past the cliches
Yes. I actually quite liked her narration, minus the French accent she portrayed. Other than that, I really liked her performance.
I enjoyed the writing style... it does wring out emotions and lets you feel like you are in the settings, whether in China or in a hippie's house during the 70s.
This is a light read... if you want to read something light and cliched that does in all fairness raise awareness of the plight of Chinese orphans, please feel free. The cliches just wound up too much for me.
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