I just finished up the audio book Midnight in Broad Daylight: A Japanese American Family Caught Between Two Worlds by Pamela Rotner Sakamoto.
This is an autobiography of a family caught in the middle of WWII. It was interesting. I didn’t know a lot about Japanese interment camps and the struggles of families town apart by the war.
This book had the same reader that I had just listened to and had actually complained about. The good news is that in the last book I didn’t like it because she seemed to be reading in a clinical way. When the characters had emotions, the reader made them seem clinical. Although I didn’t love the reader, at least this time around, the clinical feel wasn’t as annoying as this book fit the reader better.
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