Katharine Chin and Cindy Kay's narrations bear witness to the experiences of two biracial Chinese-American sisters. Chin narrates the chapters from 17-year-old Annalie's point of view. She captures Annalie's sassy humor and playful spirit as her years-long crush is finally getting a response. But everything changes with her discovery of a racial slur spray-painted on her family's house. Chin reflects Annalie's dismay as she considers this act. Kay's narration has a more mature tone, which is perfect for the point of view of older sister Margaret, an activist who returns home to identify the vandals. Gradually, Kay reflects the emergence of Margaret's gentler, more loving self. This audiobook examines a range of complex issues and emotions, which both narrators deliver well. S.W. © AudioFile 2022, Portland, Maine [Published: AUGUST 2022]
Trade Ed. Harper Audio 2022
DD ISBN 9780063086050 $27.99
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