Synopses & Reviews
After their father's death, Harry, Frank, and Pierce Fukuhara--all born and raised in the Pacific Northwest--moved to Hiroshima, their mother's ancestral home. Eager to go back to America, Harry returned in the late 1930s. Then came Pearl Harbor.
This story of a Japanese-American family that found itself on opposite sides during World War II is an epic tale of family, separation, divided loyalties, love, reconciliation, loss, redemption, U.S.-Japan relations, and the Japanese experience in America.
--Herbert Bix, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan