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Reviewed by- linda (2012/09/30, 05:54 PM)
Life in a small town can be oppressive and constricting – it’s residents wary and unwelcoming of strangers, change and dissimilar thoughts. This is the backdrop for “The Wingshooters”. The story centers on a young biracial Japanese- American girl, who is left to live with her white grandparents in a rural Wisconsin town. It’s a beautiful coming of age story – a story of being different and feeling like an outsider and learning to live with the conflict that arises when the people you love and depend on are bigoted and flawed. Recommend for those that enjoy a more literary read that provokes thought and charges the emotions.Back.

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