Kuroshio: The Blood of Foxes

The Kuroshio is the Black Current, which Japanese immigrants believed brought them safely across the Pacific Ocean to a new life in North America This vividly imagined novel explores the dark reaches of Issei Japanese immigrant life in North America prior to World War II A picture bride from Japan, disenchanted with her loveless marriage in her adopted homeland, turnThe Kuroshio is the Black Current, which Japanese immigrants believed brought them safely across the Pacific Ocean to a new life in North America This vividly imagined novel explores the dark reaches of Issei Japanese immigrant life in North America prior to World War II A picture bride from Japan, disenchanted with her loveless marriage in her adopted homeland, turns to an Issei crime boss for help in dealing with a senseless tragedy Full of unexpected twists and flashes of narrative color, Terry Watada s novel combines historic fact with all the intrigue of a modern day murder mystery.
Kuroshio The Blood of Foxes The Kuroshio is the Black Current which Japanese immigrants believed brought them safely across the Pacific Ocean to a new life in North America This vividly imagined novel explores the dark reaches

  • Title: Kuroshio: The Blood of Foxes
  • Author: Terry Watada
  • ISBN: 9781551522333
  • Page: 222
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Kuroshio: The Blood of Foxes”

    1. Japanese American historical.Vancouver,BC 1920-40w Japanese community, picture-brides, expectations dashed. The writing was dry and forced with unnecessarily jumbled timelines - except for the last third which read very well. If only the whole book had been that way, the underlying characters and story would have made this a favorite.

    2. The story and characterization was quite good, but what I really liked was reading about the Japanese life in early Vancouver prior to WWII and the forced relocations. April 08

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