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Chasing China; A Daughter's Quest for Truth by Kay Bratt
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Mar 17, 12

bookshelves: adoption, disabilities, china, feminism, kindle, orphans, womyn, free, kindle-books-i-own, lending-enabled, text-to-speech-enabled
Recommended to Darlene by: Kay Bratt
Recommended for: Those who love stories of other places and people
Read from March 16 to 17, 2012, read count: Once but may read it again.

I have a love/hate relationship with China. The stories Kay Bratt tells helps give us a realistic view into the lives of the orphans of China. This book is a mixture between the great story telling in The Bridge and the memoir of Silent Tears. Ms. Bratt tells a soulful story of a duaghter questing to find her birth parents. I did enjoy the way Kay wove the fabric of lives and plots in a society that is foreign to most of us here in the USA. Thank you, Ms. Kay.

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