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posted a Quick Tip about A Reliable Wife. July 02, 2010
A Reliable Wife
Book was really slow. Description on the back cover did not match content.
reviewed Honolulu. February 23, 2010
Honolulu
With the emphasis on historical. Alan Brennert's exhaustive research of the period and place is evident in every page, sometimes to the detriment of the flow of the story. But more often than not it serves …
reviewed Honolulu. September 28, 2009
Honolulu
   In 1897, a young Korean girl was born in the tiny village of Pojogae, and named "Regrettable" by her parents because she was just a girl and not a boy. Later shortened to Regret, …
reviewed A Reliable Wife. June 08, 2009
A Reliable Wife
In Ralph Truitt's mind, in the dead of night, the knots of death and birth formed an insane lace, knitting the town together, in a ravishment of sexual acts and the product of these acts. All skin to …
reviewed Honolulu. May 12, 2009
Honolulu
I loved Honolulu by Alan Brennert! Honolulu is just one of those books that sucks you in - with its story, characters, great writing - and compels you to read just one more chapter, even though it's already …
reviewed Honolulu. March 29, 2009
Honolulu
Short Attention Span Summary (SASS):     1. Young Korean girl named "Regret" seeks a better life   2. A matchmaker brokers a marriage for her through an exchange of photographs …
reviewed Honolulu. March 15, 2009
Honolulu
Born in Korea in 1897, only daughter Regret learns from an early age what she can expect from life: servitude, enforced submission, and being "sold" to the highest bidder so she can move on to yet another …
reviewed Honolulu. February 27, 2009
Honolulu
I loved Honolulu by Alan Brennert! Honolulu is just one of those books that sucks you in - with its story, characters, great writing - and compels you to read just one more chapter, even though it's already …
reviewed Honolulu. February 25, 2009
Honolulu
    The author's larger-than-life treatment of Hawaii in the early 20th century focuses on the momentous decision of a Korean woman. Rather than face the limitations of a future in …
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