Reviews

Bill Goldstein selects Pachinko in his Top 5 Books of 2017 in NBC New York’s Bill’s Books. To see the video, please click the link.

www.nbcnewyork.com
#Reviews #News #Video

By James Kidd “My writer of the year is Min Jin Lee, whose superb new novel Pachinko was accompanied by a timely reprint of her superb old one, Free Food for Millionaires (2007).” For the …

www.scmp.com
#Reviews #News

The Best Books, Shows, Films and Podcasts of 2017 for History Lovers FICTION The year’s best historically inflected fiction offered reflections on wars and family ties across generations. In a year …

www.history.com
#Reviews #News

By Lynn Lobash, Manager of Reader Services The end of the year is a natural time to reflect, to take stock. Consequently, there are many “best of” lists this time of year: best movies, …

www.nypl.org
#Reviews #News

By Ezra Klein, Editor-at-Large PACHINKO The first sentence of this National Book Award finalist takes no prisoners. “History has failed us, but no matter,” writes Min Jin Lee. I don’t read as much …

www.vox.com
#Reviews #News

By Ilana Masad PACHINKO After the turn of the last century, a Korean family finds itself in disgrace when their beloved daughter Sunja winds up pregnant by her deceitful, gangster lover. When Sunja …

www.readitforward.com
#Reviews #News

Pachinko by Min Jin Lee is a sprawling, beautiful novel chronicling the cultural struggles of four generations of a Korean family, beginning in 1910 during the time of Japanese colonization. In our …

www.pbs.org
#Reviews #News #Video #Interviews

Pachinko debuts the list at no. 10 for Paperback Trade Fiction.  Please click the link for the list. Thank you.  

www.nytimes.com
#Reviews #News

By Jane Ciabattari Pachinko, a finalist for the National Book Award, follows four generations of a Korean family from 1910, when Japan annexed Korea, through most of the 20th Century. It begins with …

www.bbc.com
#Reviews #News

By CBC Books Min Jin Lee’s PACHINKO is a thoughtful look at the experience of Koreans in Japan, most of whom were born and grew up there, but are still classified as “resident …

www.cbc.ca
#Reviews #News