• The SurrenderedChang-Rae Lee

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    2010
    Read an essay by Chang-rae Lee here. The bestselling, award-winning writer of Native Speaker, A Gesture Life, and Aloft returns with his biggest, most ambitious novel yet: a spellbinding story of how love and war echo through an entire lifetime. With his three critically acclaimed novels, Chang-rae...
  • Re JanePatricia Park

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    2015
    "Re Jane is snappy and memorable, with its clever narrator and insights on clashing cultures."—Entertainment Weekly For Jane Re, half-Korean, half-American orphan, Flushing, Queens, is the place she's been trying to escape from her whole life. Sardonic yet vulnerable, Jane toils, unappreciated, in...
  • In Order to LiveYeonmi Park

    Yeonmi Park has told the harrowing story of her escape from North Korea as a child many times, but never before has she revealed the most intimate and devastating details of the repressive society she was raised in and the enormous price she paid to escape. Park's family was loving and close-knit,...
  • Drifting HouseKrys Lee

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    2012
    An unflinching portrayal of the Korean immigrant experience from an extraordinary new talent in fiction. Spanning Korea and the United States, from the postwar era to contemporary times, Krys Lee's stunning fiction debut, Drifting House, illuminates a people torn between the traumas of their...
  • The MartyredRICHARD E. KIM

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    2011
    "Written in a mood of total austerity; and yet the passion of the book is perpetually beating up against its seemingly barren surface...I am deeply moved." -Philip Roth During the early weeks of the Korean War, Captain Lee, a young South Korean officer, is ordered to investigate the kidnapping and...
  • The Things You Can See Only When You Slow DownHaemin sunim

    As heard on NPR's All Things Considered — A multimillion-copy bestselling book of spiritual wisdom about the importance of slowing down in our fast-paced world "Is it the world that's busy, or is it my mind?" The world moves fast, but that doesn't mean we have to. In this bestselling mindfulness...
  • How I Became a North KoreanKrys Lee

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    2016
    "Lee takes us into urgent and emotional novelistic terrain: the desperate and tenuous realms defectors are forced to inhabit after escaping North Korea." –Adam Johnson, author of The Orphan Master's Son "The more confusing and horrible our world becomes, the more critical the role of fiction in...