Free Food for Millionaires

Free Food for Millionaires

Min Jin Lee

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The nationally bestselling, "ambitious and compulsively readable" (San Francisco Chronicle) American tale of sophistication, society and identity.

The daughter of Korean immigrants, Casey Han has subtle diction, a closeted ardour for interpreting the Bible, a well-liked white boyfriend, and a magna cum laude measure in economics from Princeton, yet no activity and an habit to the issues she can't have the funds for within the glittering international of new york. during this critically-acclaimed debut, Min Jin Lee tells not just Casey's tale, but in addition these of her sheltered mom, scarred father, and acquaintances either Korean and Caucasian, exposing the fabulous layers of a neighborhood clinging to its outdated methods and a urban jam-packed with suffering haves and have-nots.

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