Review, "The Fukuhara family caught between two sides," Nichi Bei: A Mixed Plate of Japanese American News & Culture

"Although the novelistic elements of Sakamoto’s book — graceful prose, solid plot line, dexterous character development, and philosophical heft — enthralled me, what also drew me powerfully into “Midnight in Broad Daylight” was its transpacific subject matter and the resourceful and consequential way in which Sakamoto has exploited it."