Last Night at the Telegraph Club is a story about Lily Hu in 1954 Chinatown. She’s stuck between complications with Red-Scare paranoia affecting her family, and her friend Shirley trying to set her up with Will, a boy from school that she has zero interest in. But everything gets turned upside down when Lily meets Kathleen Miller and realizes that there’s an obvious reason why she isn’t interested in Will. But Lily and Kathleen can’t be open about how they feel and if people were to find out it would ruin them both.
Last Night at the Telegraph Club was an amazing story that spoke beautifully about self-discovery and feeling like you can’t be who you are in your own environment. There were a lot of ups and downs, but I enjoyed every second of it. 4 out of 5 stars.