'The Japanese Lover,' by Isabel Allende: Sweet, but insubstantial

'The Japanese Lover,' by Isabel Allende: Sweet, but insubstantial

That passion proves lifelong, lasting through Ichimei's incarceration in the World War II Japanese-American internment camps and Alma's marriage to a man with a not-too-hard-to-ascertain secret of his own. Alma's grown grandson, Seth, falls in love

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