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This awesome combination of a graphic memoir and a cookbook has super easy to follow and delicious recipes for authentic Korean food. The art throughout makes the recipes completely un-intimidating, and the author's story, shared in short comic vignettes throughout the book, is compelling and moving. This is a great addition to your cookbook shelf! ~ Reviewed by Rachel Person
This is angsty romance at its best. Young lovers, torn apart by a vicious family feud, have been meeting in secret for years - one night each year only. After years of separation, an illness brings Livvy back to town - and forces her to face both her past, and her old love. ~ Reviewed by Rachel Person
Three women run away to a Greek island to escape their importuning children and grandchildren. Hilarity ensues. But this novel is so much more than that - a witty and wise look at the realities and complexities of the lives of older women. ~ Reviewed by Rachel Person
This beautiful, painful novel of immigration is a must-read. One morning, Deming Guo's mother, Polly - an undocumented immigrant, left for her job at a nail salon and never returned. Told in alternating viewpoints, this novel explores both Deming and Polly's lives both before and after her disappearance. Deeply moving and beautifully written, this exploration of the space one woman leaves behind is essential reading. ~ Reviewed by Rachel Person
A downtrodden adjunct linguist leaves Harvard for a shadowy government agency looking to bring magic back into the world - and then weaponize it. Of course, everything goes hilariously and horrifically wrong. If cranky witches, naked time travel, and comically blundering bureaucracy are your thing, this is the book for you. It may look long, but it's a fast, funny read that left me smiling. ~ Reviewed by Rachel Person