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Blossoms on the Wind: A Memoir

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  • Title: Blossoms on the Wind: A Memoir
  • Author: Juliet Lac
  • ISBN: 9780806531144
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Paperback

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369 Comments

  1. This story had a lot of potential to be compelling, but author did not present herself in a flattering way I found the perspective to be selfish and self important Granted, Juliet Lac has had a difficult life, but generally authors of memoirs have a way of drawing the reader in and inspiring empathy, sympathy, and compassion Many times authors use self deprication as a form of humor in a memoir Juliet Lac used self deprication to laud her struggles I found myself feeling contempt for Juliet Lac [...]


  2. This is truly an interesting read I especially enjoyed reading about Juliet s life in Vietnam I thought her and her mother were very brave After the death of her dad and her sister, Juliet and her mom manage to put their war torn lives together again, however imperfectly and amazingly, these two women, alone, without any male aide, get on a ship to escape the communists The ship sinks and they end up in Malaysia living as refugees for seven months under far from pleasant circumstances From there [...]


  3. The look at the refugee s plight was enlightening, but I didn t feel the writing was that good Didn t have the ring of true emotion to it I noticed the author had the help of a professional writer and I wonder if removing herself from the story in that way made the difference I found myself skimming sections just to get through them and get to the conclusion of the book.


  4. An interesting look at a Vietnamese boat person her life in Vietnam, the United States, and Paris She s lived a truly difficult life, and I felt for her However, she created a lot of her own problems, which grew tiresome Thankfully, she begins to grow in her 30s and take responsibility for her choices.


  5. The language was a little rough at times, though it was nearly impossible for me to put down Her ability to overcome any and all obstacles is truly inspiring The last few chapters were really what made me decide to give the book a 5 star review You can really feel the passion she has for what she does It is always a pleasure to read a memoir such as this one.



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