The Queen of Tears By age fourteen she was on her own fleeing the communists a waif living in the streets of Seoul begging from American soldiers and stealing food Then fate intervened She was hit by a car driven by

  • Title: The Queen of Tears
  • Author: Chris McKinney
  • ISBN: 9781569474518
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
  • By age fourteen she was on her own, fleeing the communists, a waif living in the streets of Seoul, begging from American soldiers and stealing food Then fate intervened She was hit by a car driven by a prominent filmmaker He mentored her into an acting career By age nineteen, Park Soong Nan was the brightest star of Korean cinema They called her The Queen of Tears By age fourteen she was on her own, fleeing the communists, a waif living in the streets of Seoul, begging from American soldiers and stealing food Then fate intervened She was hit by a car driven by a prominent filmmaker He mentored her into an acting career By age nineteen, Park Soong Nan was the brightest star of Korean cinema They called her The Queen of Tears Many years later, her three grown children are settled in Hawaii, and she comes to visit Soong s presence is catalytic, setting off smoldering jealousies, dormant longings, and the unending contest for primacy in her affection.

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    1. Chris McKinney says:

      Chris McKinney Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Queen of Tears book, this is one of the most wanted Chris McKinney author readers around the world.



    2 thoughts on “The Queen of Tears

    1. A story with a lot of potential and some memorable characters but the skill doesn't quite match up to telling it well.

    2. this was the last book of chris mckinney's that i read.i actually liked the tattoo and bolohead row better. i still love his writing.but i guess i didnt feel as much as a connection as i did the other twothough i did like it.he gets straight to the point,gets you to totally know and feel all the characters in the story. i wasnt expecting the ending at all.i cant wait till he comes out with another book

    3. Not as good at The Tattoo, McKinney's most well-known book. For some reason, I just can't get into his writing. He spends too much time telling as opposed to showing. Characters are too stereotypical.

    4. I picked up this mass market paperback while on vacation in Hawaii and enjoyed it. A longer review appears at cloquetriverpress.Mark

    5. Chris McKinney, you pulled it off again! One of the most amazing and captivating contemporary page turners. Thank you!

    6. A former Korean actress visits her disintegrating family in Hawaii and we learn about her past. Depressing ending.

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