New England's good book Award for a short time has a magic in us is a letter from a son to his mother who does not know how to read. He was written when the author, "Little Dog," was in his late twenties, revealing a family history that began before he was born - a history that was planted in Vietnam and serves as an opening for parts of his life that his mother never knew, when everything leads to an unforgettable discovery. The book is a testament to the reasonable but certain love of a single white mother, and also has a terribly sincere tracement of race, status, masculinity and first love. The book asks questions that are at the center of the American being, and sinks like her addiction, violence and trauma, but also accompanied by compassion and gentleness. For a short time, we have a speech about the power inherent in the story of the architect and also the silence that destroys those who fail to hear. Ocean Wong writes amazingly and grace about people who live between completely different worlds, asking how we are healing and saving each other without abandoning our personal essence. The question of how to survive and also find a kind of happiness, the basis of this book, the most important premiere novel has come out for years. Ocean Wong is an American poet and writer of Vietnamese origin. He is currently a lecturer on the University of Massachusetts writers.