An insightful look into the year following one of the largest earthquakes in recorded history. At a time when the foreign media was knowingly exaggerating the Fukushima incident, food shortages and the "mass exodus" of Tokyo's foreign residents Ms. Greenway presents an altogether different view of one foreign woman's experience and the Japanese peoples ability to truly keep calm and carry on. She reminds us that those in Tokyo "had it lucky" and that while the foreign media focussed on Fukushima there were thousands of families in Tohoku who lost everything in a matter of minutes but still found the strength to smile and press on with their lives. The format of twitter posts, emails from friends and family and Ms. Greenway's own writings on the matter give the reader a real feel for the changes that came over everyone as they began to understand what had and was still happening in the days, weeks and months following the Great East Japan Earthquake. A recommended read for anyone who was in Japan during the earthquake and is curious to hear about another persons experiences as well as those who are interested in reading an unbiased account of the events and how one woman fell in love with Japan all over again.