By Jeffrey Meyer
Victoria doesn’t be aware of she’s lost....
A baby of yankee missionaries disappears at a Beijing competition in 1940 and isn't noticeable back. even though devastated, the fogeys proceed their devoted missionary paintings in China. After the start of a moment baby, eastern occupiers strength the relatives right into a detention camp.
Olivia embarks on a quest to discover her sister . . .
Years later, the tale maintains as sisters, raised in various cultures, start a look for identification and kin. Set opposed to the history of progressive swap in twentieth century China and the USA, China-born and American-raised Olivia hears her “call to China” and embarks on her personal project throughout the unique state to discover the sister she by no means knew.
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