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Terconnected stories is designed to speak to the others contesting assumptions and illuminating the complicated ways we experience interpret and pass on our personal and shared histories A retired doctor for example is forced to confront the horrific moral conseuences of his wartime actions An elderly woman su. This is a book of linked short stories all having to do with a Japanese American family from 1913 to 2035 Much of it concerns the Japanese in the war and the aftermath of their war The stories are not in chronological order and I m so glad there was a family tree at the beginning and the dates of each story There is a lot of pondering about both the weight of the guilt for the war and the willingness to do what it takes to atone to learn from history Past Due Debt Collection others contesting assumptions and illuminating the complicated ways we experience interpret and pass Die Visioene Van Johanna Brandt on The Neuropsychology of Self Discipline our personal and shared histories A retired doctor for example is forced to confront the horrific moral conseuences Where I’m Calling From of his wartime actions An elderly woman su. This is a book The Accidental Activist of linked short stories all having to do with a Japanese American family from 1913 to 2035 Much Smoke and Mirrors Short Fiction and Illusions of it concerns the Japanese in the war and the aftermath Brenda has a dragon in her blood of their war The stories are not in chronological Divan Of Rudaki order and I m so glad there was a family tree at the beginning and the dates Choice Stories for Children of each story There is a lot Öbür Divan of pondering about both the weight Summary of Homo Deus of the guilt for the war and the willingness to do what it takes to atone to learn from history

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Spanning than 150 years and set in multiple locations in colonial and postcolonial Asia and the United States Inheritors paints a kaleidoscopic portrait of its characters as they grapple with the legacies of loss imperialism and warWritten from myriad perspectives and in a wide range of styles each of these in. The writing in these connected stories was generally insightful precise and illuminating Often it was also confusing They cover a period from approximately 1913 to 2035 but they are not arranged in chronological order The style and tone of the stories vary Subjects include Japanese colonialism forced prostitution American occupation and medical atrocities Themes and events are approached from different directions and perceptions of events sometimes contradict Most of the stories deal with the Japanese during and immediately following WWII but the last 2 my least favorite are set in the near future United States There is a family tree at the beginning of the book but I was listening to an audio book so it wasn t helpful to me Actually I doubt that it would have made reading this book any less confusing even if I had a printed copy of the family tree It would have been better if the date and familial relationships had been incorporated in the heading of each chapter Nevertheless I found thought this book very interesting and I would be happy to read this author again

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Bjects herself to an interview gradually revealing a fifty year old murder and its shattering aftermath And in the last days of a doomed war a prodigal son who enlisted against his parents' wishes survives the American invasion of his island outpost only to be asked for a sacrifice daunting than any he imagine. Inheritors by Asako Serizawa is a collection of interconnected stories that span over a century from the turn of the 20th century to the near future Most of the stories focus on members of a Japanese family and center of impact of World War II We see characters living in Japan before the war and during the war and their descendants living in America We see how families are torn apart and people are forced to take on roles that they didn t want to such as working in a brothel for American soldiers Each story was told from the perspective of a different character and in a different style giving each story its own distinct feel It was interesting and heartbreaking to read about the impact of WWII from the Japanese perspective We often hear WWII stories from the viewpoint of the victor the Allies so getting this take was different and an emotional journey What to Listen to While Reading or during reading breaks The Hanging Garden by the Cure Cities in Dust by Siouxsie and the Banshees Ikiru by MYKOOL One Day in Japan by aekasora I received an advanced review copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review


10 thoughts on “Inheritors

  1. says:

    Rating 5🍌Growing up a young Monkey in the United States history and especially World War II was presented in black and white When it came to the Pacific side of World War II we learned almost nothing beyond Pearl Harbor kamikaze pilots possi

  2. says:

    The writing in these connected stories was generally insightful precise and illuminating Often it was also confusing They c

  3. says:

    A stunning and magnificent book about World War II in Japan and America that everyone should read Serizawa's writing is beautiful brash and wholly enthralling as she charts the emotions and reactions and relationships that touch on one Japanese family over many generations Serizawa's tiny details a sense or proportion and the ability to write unflinchingly about horror and trauma make this book outstanding

  4. says:

    Why do I keep choosing to read such hard books books that wring my heart cause my eyes to burn and challenge my comfort with things I wish I

  5. says:

    Inheritors is an ambitious debut book and that is a good thing It spans 150 years—five generations of a Japanese family starting in 2013 and ending in the imagined future of 2035 The setting changes from occupied Japan to the United States but the theme is consistent the trauma of war doesn’t end when a peace treaty i

  6. says:

    This is a book of linked short stories all having to do with a Japanese American family from 1913 to 2035 Much of it concerns the Japanese in the war and the aftermath of their war The stories are not in chronological order and I'm so glad there was a family tree at the beginning and the dates of each story There is a lot of pondering about both the weight of the guilt for the war and the willingness to do what

  7. says:

    'We're not separate from our histories'This is a brave and bold debut from Japanese born Asako Serizawa In a series of inter connected stories that follow various generations of the same family moving back and forwards in time it's a novel than stories Covering a period of something like 150 years and moving between the US to where one member of the family emigrated and Japan the characters in each generation f

  8. says:

    Inheritors by Asako Serizawa is a collection of interconnected stories that span over a century from the turn of the 20th century to the near future Most of the stories focus on members of a Japanese family and center of impact of World War II We see characters living in Japan before the war and during the war and their

  9. says:

    The Inheritors while contemplative and personal is really a commentary about the Twentieth Century and what that means for humanity now Like punctuated snapshots in a a family album it is told from the perspective of various

  10. says:

    This book shows the complexity of Japanese history of the generational trauma of atomic bombings and Japanese imperialist war crimes through the beautifully written stories of a family line I loved diving into the Japanese diaspora and mixed Japanese Americans coming to terms with this history and their own colonialism The look into the futur

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