Nutshell Book Review #17: The Japanese Lover by Isabel Allende

We spend 15 Seconds In the Stacks with guest student librarian, Carina Langstraat, reviewing The Japanese Lover by Isabel Allende.

"The novel begins in San Francisco during  WW2, but is a modern day retrospective told by Alma, the main character. It’s about unlikely love, unlikely friendships, separations, and reunion—all of which buck the conventions of the times."

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