Pachinko Machine in the 1970s

Pachinko Machine – what does Pachinko mean? #MinJinLee

What exactly is a Pachinko Machine in Min Jin Lee's novel Pachinko?  In Min Jin Lee's latest book, there is a very interesting metaphor being used in...
The Kinship of Secrets by Eugenia Kim

The Kinship of Secrets by Eugenia Kim – #BookPreview #KoreanLit #HistoricalFiction

The Kinship of Secrets is Eugenia Kim's second novel, which Min Jin Lee called "...a gorgeous achievement". The Kinship of Secrets is inspired by a...
The Incendiaries by R.O. Kwon

The Incendiaries by R.O. Kwon – #BookPreview #KoreanLit

"The Incendiaries" by R.O. Kwon is the latest book related to Korea that is highly anticipated and rated by readers. It is similar to Min...
3 Dystopian Classics You Need to Read

Three Dystopian Classics You Need to Read – #scifi #classics

I love science fiction. Science fiction is great. (This post contains affiliate links you can use to purchase the books. If you purchase from Amazon...
White Chrysanthemum by Mary Lynn Bracht

White Chrysanthemum by Mary Lynn Bracht – #BookPreview #KoreanLit #HistoricalFiction

White Chrysanthemum is the latest book about Korea that delves into its darker history. While Min Jin Lee's Pachinko deals with the Korean Zainichi in...
The Plotters by Un-su Kim (translated by Sora Kim-Russell)

The Plotters by Un-su Kim – #BookPreview #KoreanLit #Thriller

The Plotters by Korean novelist Un-su kim is a new Korean thriller novel coming soon to Amazon in January 2019. It's part of the new...
Pachinko by Min Jin Lee

Min Jin Lee’s Pachinko novel – #BookReview #KoreanLit #HistoricalFiction

Min Jin Lee has been a novelist for a long time, but her lastest novel Pachinko has made a few splashwaves in recent times. (This...
The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin

N.K. Jemisin’s The Fifth Season – #NowReading #SciFi #HugoAward #NebulaAward

Now currently reading 'The Fifth Season' by N.K. Jemisin, and I must say that she is a very good writer. (This post contains affiliate links...
Time Travel in The Forever War

Thoughts on Time Travel #SciFi

Time dilation in Joe Haldeman's The Forever War makes sense. The closing you get to the speed of light then relative to other observers (e.g....
Currently Reading

Currently Reading #HugoAward #NebulaAward

I am currently reading all the joint Hugo and Nebula winners. I have already set it up on my kindle. I read through at least...

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