Kathryn Ma’s debut novel explores the inner world of an adopted Chinese teenage girl.
Why the novel Pioneer Girl is the perfect pick to kick off the APA Book Club, with its parallels between the Little House on the Prairie series and one Vietnamese immigrant family’s story.
Why Amy Chua’s new book The Triple Package is sort of like Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother — only less interesting and possibly even more inflammatory
What happens when a Korean American pastor’s daughter meets a white hunter from Maine? Read my interview with the author of ‘Deer Hunting in Paris’ to find out
Perhaps it’s because I’m a mother, but these are the themes that got under my skin when reading Jhumpa Lahiri’s ‘The Lowland’
Khaled Hosseini’s newest novel takes from from pre-Taliban Afghanistan to the strip malls of San Jose, with stops in France and Greece along the way.
When I first heard about former Time magazine reporter Lisa Takeuchi Cullen’s new novel, Pastors’ Wives, my first reaction was, “Ooh, I can’t wait to read that.” My second reaction was, “I wonder how bad it’s going to make Christians look?” Well, after finishing Pastors’ Wives, I can say the novel is unsparing but not […]
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