Pachinko by Min Jin Lee

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  1. 32 Books & Gallery

    Pachinko is beautifully written, engaging, and a fascinating introduction to
    the fraught relationship between Korea and Japan during the 20th century.
    The story follows four generations of the same family, starting in their
    native Korea in 1910, and ending in Japan in 1990.
    The story is not an easy to one; there is no end to the hardships suffered by
    the Baeks. Don’t let this discourage you from reading it! Lee’s storytelling
    will carry you in its perfect ease and flow, and at the end of the day, this
    is a story of extraordinary human resilience and love. – Annie, 32 Books & Gallery

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