Book review: 'Songs of Willow Frost' shares stories of immigrant mother, son

Book review: 'Songs of Willow Frost' shares stories of immigrant mother, son

It's set during the Depression era in Seattle and begins with a 12-year-old Chinese-American boy living at Seattle's Sacred Heart Orphanage. Abandoned by his mother at a young age, William Eng is filled with unanswered questions and fragmented 

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