Pearl and May, two sisters infused with shanghai glamor, have never known poverty or conflict. But their lives are jarred into reality when their father's gambling debts dissolve the family fortune, and they are forced to flee from invading Japanese forces. As their world falls apart, the sisters must suddenly learn to survive in a harsh and unforgiving world.
Shanghai Girls by Lisa See
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