The Issei Prisoners of the San Pedro Internment Center
When the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor the once enviable life of Kenji Yamato, the privileged son of a Japanese diplomat living in San Francisco, California, is shattered forever. His fate now mirrors that of countless other Issei- the first immigrants from Japan- who are soon imprisoned in internment centers across the country. In his debut novel, author Stanley N. Kanzaki successfully weaves the themes of racism, love, violence, sex, and fate into a work that has the power to educate and entertain the reader.
- Paperback | 270 pages
- 152.4 x 226.06 x 17.78mm | 476.27g
- 01 Jun 2009
- Vantage Press
- United States