Picking Bones from Ash by Marie Mutsuki Mockett
By Marie Mutsuki Mockett
Ghosts lurk within the bamboo wooded area outdoor the tiny northern jap city the place Satomi lives together with her elusive mom, Atsuko. A preternaturally talented pianist, Satomi wrestles with internal demons. Her fall from grace is echoed within the lifetime of her daughter, Rumi, who unleashes a ghost she needs to chase from foggy San Francisco to a Buddhist temple atop Japan's icy Mount Doom. In sharp, lush prose, identifying Bones from Ash - by way of Marie Mutsuki Mockett - examines the facility and boundaries of lady expertise in our globalized international.
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