Pachinko

510SEx3k77L._SY346_Pachinko, by Min Jin Lee, came highly recommended from various sources. It a story that covers 50 years in the life of a Korean family, displaced to Japan. I loved this book. It is the kind of book that you think about all day and long to get back into so you can find out what’s going to happen next to the family. My only (small) complaint was that it was a bit long. If you aren’t frightened off by length, and are, like me, a fan of family sagas, this is a good one to grab for the summer.
four-and-a-half-stars

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