The artistry that Gendry-Kim uses to tell Ok-Sun's story brings to life the emotions. At only fifteen, Ok-Sun suffers from incredible hardships and you see how Ok-Sun views herself through Gendry-Kim's brushstrokes. You see how dark and breaking the experience of a comfort woman had to deal with. Many of the girls that were sent to Comfort stations were less than fourteen which is highlighted within the novel. Gendry-Kim did Ok-Sun's story justice in my opinion and I would recommend this novel to anyone who wants to learn more about Asia during World War II.