A Book ReportAn account in a book
16-year-old Haemi Lee, her widow and her sick brothers are being sent to a coastal camps when the Communist-backed northern forces invade her house.
16-year-old Haemi Lee, her widow and her sick brothers are being sent to a coastal camps when the Communist-backed northern forces invade her house. However, as Haemi becomes a woman and then a mom, her choice, the young man she has always liked for the safety of her own families, triggers a tragic story that will have a deep impact on future generations. When Haemi becomes a woman and then a moth.
Willabel Dalhousie and her man, Jamie, are hiring a new au-pair and Isabel is bringing an smart editorial secretary to help her work. However, both of them have sexual entanglement that threatens to disrupt her work, and Isabel has to choose how best to cope with this difficult home environment. Meanwhile Isabel makes the friendship with Patricia, the mom of her boyfriend's boyfriend Charlie, Basil.
The more Patricia raises her boy alone, without the help of his fathers, a well-known Edinburgh organ player called Basil. However, when Isabel sees Patricia accompanied by an ruthless man, she begins to reconsider her beliefs. To 14-year-old Doggie Rogers, Jansen's choice is a victorious one: a White House career, evidence of her right to back Jansen, and the ascent of an intellectual, clear leadership with her own shared ideal.
Jansen's expecting spouse is murdered on voting nights, and the supposed head behind the shootout is none other than Doggie's own sire. Featuring the land in disarray, Doggie finds herself in battle for her father's live, which can only be guiltless. Frankie Metcalfe is battling to keep herself above water. One housewife, whose restless boy is her full-time work, thought that the date he was admitted to the Forrester Alite Academy would be the date on which she began her lifes.
Rene has a home, a home, a family and a love for dancing with her older sibling Leon. Unlike Rene, a native Spanfire, Leon is a soft souls. Over the years, Rene and Leon's families struggle with growing incidence and cruelty. Her dad is spending more in the street, his occasional homecoming, which is longed for and feared by the kids.
As René and Leon are growing up, they part. Understanding what they can to remain above water while René works to rescue themselves and cross the line into a bigger, more promising worid as Leon walks a road of desperation and self-destruction. She has always dreamt of going to Paris, and after graduating from high schools she is at last planning to go there to university.
Instead, however, a logistic confusion takes Roxana to Copenhagen, where she is collected at the Copenhagen International Centre by Søren, a 28-year-old driver who is supposed to be her host. Roxana's and Søren' friendship immediately becomes a romance, and when he asks Roxana to take him to a small seaside city for the remainder of the season, she does not hesitantly agree.
However, as their relations deepen, Søren's temper darken and Roxana becomes more and more attracted to a distant Zlatan, who tells her that he is a Moslem fugitive from the Bosnian war. Rainy Cain's 17-year-old son's career is disturbed by the unexpected arrival of her dad Sam, who she thought had died a long time ago, but instead was in jail for his part in a murderous armoured car hold-up.
Companied by a sidekick with his own hidden motifs, they head off to Big Sur, where Sam assumes that his deceased spouse has hidden the money.