Keiko Yoshida is a young Japanese girl living in San Francisco. Her life Is filled with family, hope, and even love.
Pearl Harbor changes all that.
She finds herself and her family living in a world of anger, suspicion, and fear. In the years that follow, she will be persecuted, isolated, and forced into a prison camp. But that will not kill her determination to hold on to hope.
You will not soon forget her strength as she is forced to fight for herself and everything she holds dear in Keiko's War.
This was a great story. I loved the characters and their growth in the story. The story gave an idea of what the American-Japanese went through after Pearl Habor happened. The story was engaging and kept me interested. One thing that bothered me was the narrator sounded more like a newscaster in his presentation. I felt like some of the story was left hanging. I wanted to hear more and find out what happened to some of the characters. Hearing the different points of view during WW2 added to the story. Overall, I highly recommend this audiobook anyone wanting to learn more about the Japanese during the second World War.