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When I read B.Jeanne Shibahara’s novel Kaerou – Time to Go Home I couldn’t put it down. B.Jeanne and I would like to offer two signed copies of ‘Kaerou – Time to Go Home’ to two lucky winners (one international and one Australian winner).
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I love this novel. It means so much to me. Kaerou – Time to Go Home is unlike any other novel I have ever read. As a kimono, this story is beautiful, delicate, complex and one to be treasured. The descriptions were vivid and I was immediately transported to Japan. This is great timing to gain a sense of Japan before the 2020 Olympics too.
To read my review please go to http://www.chapterichi.com or a bit about B.Jeanne in an interview I conducted with her https://chapterichi.com/interview-with-b-jeanne-shibahara/
“In Japan…everywhere…red strings tie all people we meet together. Some strings are weak. Some have tangles. Some strong.”
Meryl—Vietnam War widow—misses her grown son, feels left out after her father’s recent marriage. A WWII Japanese flag falls into her hands. The gentle push of a love-struck professor starts her adventure—take the flag home. From the neon of Osaka, to the ancient capital Nara, to the forests of Akita, the trail follows a newspaper reporter, factory manager, ikebana teacher, a Matagi hunter and winds through Japanese culture, past and present. A story of shared humanity and love “in the simplest things.”
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– Competition closes AEDST 8pm 20 November 2019
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