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William Andrews
Hello readers!William Andrews is a UK-born Australian with a passion for writing that is thought-provoking and a little on the dark side. He is a graduate in Criminology and English from the University of Melbourne. He enjoys collecting interesting coffee mugs, watching movies that make him... show more

Hello readers!William Andrews is a UK-born Australian with a passion for writing that is thought-provoking and a little on the dark side. He is a graduate in Criminology and English from the University of Melbourne. He enjoys collecting interesting coffee mugs, watching movies that make him cry, stating viewpoints with which he doesn't agree just to start an argument, referring to himself in the third person and yelling obscenities at the television like a crazy person.Pretty much all I am and all that needs to be known about me (or at least all I am willing to share!) can be found on my website:www.darkcorners.com.auThe website is being updated so here are some key words to give you a better understanding of William Andrews:Serial killers, zombies, werewolves, horror, science fiction, psycho-thriller, war, torture, angst, alienation, rainy days, cheesecake and puppies.Please also check out my Facebook pages for WILLIAM ANDREWS, DARK CORNERS, FRIEND REQUEST and 100 MOVIES TO SEE...BEFORE I KILL YOU!Embrace the dark side...and happy reading!William A.
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Lora Hates Spam
Lora Hates Spam rated it 2 years ago
by William Andrews This is a powerful story. It's Historical Fiction, based closely on events that actually happened in Korea during WW2 and the Korean war and after. The story of Anna, a Korean war orphan, is fiction but much of her grandmother's story reflects things that happened to real people...
Girl Well Read
Girl Well Read rated it 5 years ago
A special thank you to NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.I didn't know anything about 'comfort women'; the women and girls that were forced into sexual slavery by the Imperial Japanese Army before and during WWII. The name is a euphemism for prostitute(s). Women were either abduc...
Ramblings of an Avid Reader
Ramblings of an Avid Reader rated it 5 years ago
Anna Carlson, still reeling from the death of her adopted mother, returns to Korea to search for her birth mother. On leaving the orphanage that handled her adoption, a strange woman presses a small package into Anna's hand. And thus begins a tale spanning nearly 70 years. Daughters of the Dragon ...
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