The story of “the Nanking Massacre” was detailed in The Rape of Nanking by author Iris Chang. This bestselling book published half a century after the end of World War II received both criticism and acclaim. Academics as well as historical revisionists and nationalists questioned the book’s factual authenticity, which was criticized as “factually flawed.” While controversy surrounding remains a contentious political issue, many accept the contents as historical facts. In this book, Okawa interviews the author’s spirit to reveal her reason behind writing The Rape of Nanking, the truth about her death, as well as a moving apology and plea from the bottom of her heart.