Pachinko (a book review)

Beginning in 1910 and ending in 1989, Min Jin Lee’s family saga, Pachinko, tells a fictional tale of a Korean family struggling against these times, against colonialism, poverty, war, religious and racial intolerance, all while learning how to forge an identity amidst the maelstrom.

Labyrinth (a book review)

Labyrinth, by author Kate Mosse, came out way back in 2005 (for you young people, that's Y2K+5). There had already been quite the rain of books about quests for the Holy Grail or Templar treasure and whatever "shocking" revelation about religion or history was about to be revealed. That probably wouldn't have been a big... Continue Reading →

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