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Sun Beyond the Clouds
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Language of Ebook: English Ebook's Author:
Add. Info: Paperback, 268 pages Original Book Title: -
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Book Published: March 4th 2010 by Createspace

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A deceptively serene and harmonic evening masks a chilling incident within the walls of a Japanese tea house, as presented in the prologue of Sun Beyond the Clouds.
We begin with Kira Nakamura trying to live what many would consider an average life in California. Much of her focus on being somewhat "average" is simply her way of coping with her "less than average" childhoo A deceptively serene and harmonic evening masks a chilling incident within the walls of a Japanese tea house, as presented in the prologue of Sun Beyond the Clouds.
We begin with Kira Nakamura trying to live what many would consider an average life in California. Much of her focus on being somewhat "average" is simply her way of coping with her "less than average" childhood and life as a young adult. We're given a glimpse of her young childhood as she recalls her precious time spent with her mother in Japan. Kira keeps those times with her every moment of every day, but is tested quite often by her own inner dissidence and manages to quell most of the potentially dangerous repercussions with the mettle she's developed over the years. Just as she begins to accept a level of comfort with her ability to put the past behind her, Kira receives a letter from Japan. Kira must now decide whether or not to face her past.
Her decision takes her on a journey of tribulation which reveals and explores the tenuous nature of human relationships... and if you like the exploration of the tenuous nature of human relationships, but you're tired of reading about it in slow, slow nine hundred page novels, this gives it to you in several hundred less pages with action, humor and symbolism.

(A word of warning: Sun Beyond the Clouds punctuates the chapters with satirical "tongue-in-cheek" references - if you are easily confused, need to be spoon fed information or don't have a sense of humor, this book could be hazardous to your health, please avoid.)

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