"This novel is frustrating and hard work to read. Humphreys writes beautiful prose but this melange of plots and story options within an already too simple life is juvenile. I thought 'it must be me, am I not in the mood for this type of book?"..."
A seasoned writer stumbles across an obituary and imagination is sparked. The brief words of memoriam describe a woman who was both extraordinary--eccentric, revered in her field, a renowned expert--but also utterly ordinary. How does a writer,...
Set in the ethnic neighborhoods of Seattle during World War II and Japanese American internment camps of the era, this debut novel tells the heartwarming story of widower Henry Lee, his father, and his first love Keiko Okabe.