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A very visually creative book about the issues of blending in, yet staying apart as an immigrant. Recommend it! A must read if interested in a nonfictional piece.Published 3 months ago by T.S.
As a Michigan resident, I enjoyed this charming memoir of a Viet Namese immigrant. It made me feel embarrassed at taking my own easy life for granted.Published 5 months ago by Lynn Ochberg
Overall a fairly entertaining novel, with enough substance to keep you reading. If you're expecting or hoping for a story rooted deeply in history, then this novel is not for you. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sean
I enjoyed reading the book. Well written. It represents every foreigners' stories. We went to that phase at some points. Again, it worth reading it.Published 16 months ago by Elisabeth b
This book is poorly organized and poorly written. The whole time I was reading, I thought, "Was there even an editor involved with this book?". Read morePublished 20 months ago by E. Scheffel
I felt this book was not well written and quite boring. There is an extensive amount of talk about food desires. Read morePublished on April 13, 2012 by jlc9245
I had to read this memoir for school and was pleased with it. I enjoyed the writing style and getting into the shoes of a foreign family. Read morePublished on January 15, 2012 by Shullieq