Pachinko by Min Jin Lee, a Korean – American writer, is the story of immigrants who struggle with their identities and life. Even after becoming Japanese in every possible manner, and camouflaging their Korean roots, they live in fear. Haunted by the ghosts of their past and the challenges of the present.
They had an ordinary life, full of ordinary things – if love can ever be called that. Leigh Bardugo For the uninitiated, I mean those of you who have not been introduced to Leigh Bardugo’s fantasy world, this particular set (there are several others) has 3 books: Shadow & Bone Seige & Storm Ruin & […]