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Book Three in the Scavenger's Daughters Series is just as good as the first two. Benfu and Calli have found their daughter which was stolen as a baby (Dahlia), who choses to keep the name given her at the orphanage . . . Li Jin. Together they have opened a shelter for unwanted children, continuing and expanding the work that her parents began many years before. Ivy and Lily, their adopted twins are teenagers now, but still just as deeply attached. Lily, the blind twin, is a brilliant violinist and determined to learn to navigate the world more independently. But when she asks her twin, Ivy to leave her alone in the park to play her violin for a few minutes, she is arrested for panhandling and thrown in jail. Then later into a mental hospital, accused of being a political enemy of the government. Listen to Bitter Winds . . . Let it sink in. . . and Thank God for the freedom to think, to speak, to live in a country that doesn't knowingly accuse the innocent, that doesn't conduct "re-education" courses, and house healthy people in mental asylums.
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If you are an orphan then please read this novel. Let it help you to bring down the walls you have built up to keep people from getting close to you.