Ken Sugihara is a student at Berkeley when the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor in 1941. Suddenly, he and his parents find themselves the victims of wartime hysteria, interned at a Japanese Relocation Center in the middle of the Utah desert. When Ken is asked to enlist in the United States Army, he struggles to find the forgiveness to serve the country that wrongfully imprisoned him. But as love for his country overshadows his resentment, he successfully completes a mission of espionage that changes his life forever. Nothing to Regret is a story of prejudice and acceptance, defeat and triumph, and the power of the Atonement to heal us all. This twelfth-anniversary edition has been updated from the original.
“Tristi’s research is phenomenal. She has truly captured the essence of not only the time, but the people. Ken’s experiences in Japan affect his life and his decisions. Through his trials, he finds love and faith in God through the LDS Church, and even the ability to forgive.” – Holly, GoodReads Reviewer