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This woman is hilarious. I don't know why she is not better known. I wish she would develop a stand-up routine.Published 5 months ago by LilyBart
I was hopeful when I looked at some great reviews for this book and purchased it...
I got all comfy in bed to laugh my butt off about the common Asian experiences that... Read more
I enjoyed the book. It was a fun and easy read. It was not my favorite book. I thought the mother was a great character. She was a lot of fun to read about.Published 7 months ago by Lori York
I enjoyed this book very much. I laughed out loud at many points. Annie's conversations with her mother were the best parts of the book! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Teddy O'Malley
Two words can only describe this book: Funny and Sarcastic.
Annie Choi compiles a wonderful collection of short stories about growing up and family dysfunction. Read more
My daughter bought this book for me a couple of years ago and I laughed til I cried reading it. It was so good I passed it to several friends and it fell apart from overuse. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Deborah K. Willett
This book was written for those people who are obsessed with Korean Americans. If you your self ARE Korean American you can spend a few hours reminiscing about Saturday school,... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
Let me preface this by saying that unlike the author, I am not Korean-American, and none of my relatives immigrated to the USA from Asia. Read morePublished 17 months ago by MissAVK
Annie is just about as stereotypical as you could get, in a lot of ways. A vegetarian Berkeley graduate who disappoints her Korean parents, frequently. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Tiffani