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Min Jin Lee
Author of FREE FOOD FOR MILLIONAIRES & PACHINKO. National Book Award Finalist. NYT 10 Best Books. Guggenheim & Radcliffe Institute Fellow 2018-19. Late Bloomer.
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Sari Fordham 8h
I read Pachinko this summer and think of it at least weekly, if not daily!
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Min Jin Lee 8h
Yes from
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Flibber T. Gibbett Dec 15
I gushed a year ago! But I don’t know about threads. Readit readit readit! Is it available in Korean?
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Susan Lubner Dec 15
My book Lizzy and the Good Luck Girl made it into Tatnuck Book’s top ten of 2018 with all of these amazing authors! Kristin Hannah Claire Messud 🤗‼️🍀🎉
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Min Jin Lee 8h
Replying to @lisabubert
Thank you
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Lisa 🌈 Bubert 18h
Replying to @minjinlee11
5. PACHINKO by -- I was wary of this book b/c of its size & historical nature. I don't usually love historical fiction but I loved this! Read it on vacation in August and couldn't put it down. Another example of an epic family saga that does it right
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Paresh Maharaj 16h
Yesterday I said I was gonna make a thread gushing about 's Pachinko and by George I'm gonna do it. So here goes!
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Min Jin Lee 8h
Replying to @NobleKind92
My goodness. Thank you for your kindness.
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Min Jin Lee 8h
Replying to @NobleKind92
Thank you.
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Paresh Maharaj 16h
Replying to @minjinlee11
Lastly, I absolutely LOVE 's writing style. She uses brief sentences without sacrificing important details. She cites Hemingway as one of her influences and it really shows. (Though I bet her time reading dense textbooks in law school may have also been a factor. lol)
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Ari, Arie, Arielle 13h
felt like a true labor of love; thank you for comtinuing to pursue this story until the end. 30 years is a long time to carry something like this to fruition, and I hope those of Korean descent around the world but especially in Japan feel seen. Outstanding
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Min Jin Lee 8h
Replying to @ariellemybelle
Thank you so much.
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Ari, Arie, Arielle 13h
Replying to @minjinlee11
Read a LOT of books this year. Pachinko was the best fiction I got my hands on. My goodness. I hope it becomes a classic. History, culture, family & humanity all wrapped into an epic story that uplifted struggle and revealed the multiple layers that can exist in each of our lives
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John Cho Dec 15
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Min Jin Lee Dec 15
Replying to @mariskreizman
Maris! ❤️
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Maris Kreizman Dec 15
An actual perfect New York day.
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Min Jin Lee Dec 15
Replying to @NobleKind92
Thank you.
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Paresh Maharaj Dec 14
Pachinko by (I honestly want to make a thread gushing about it soon).
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Oliver Darcy Dec 14
On immigration, Tucker Carlson said last night, "We have a moral obligation to admit the world’s poor, they tell us, even if it makes our own country poorer, and dirtier, and more divided."
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Kyle Griffin Dec 14
Prominent insurance company Pacific Life is pausing and reevaluating its advertising relationship with Tucker Carlson's Fox News show after a Thursday night segment during which he suggested that mass immigration makes the United States "dirtier."
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