Earning a coveted spot among the New York Times’s top 10 books of 2017, and named as Roxane Gay’s favourite book of the year, Min Jin Lee’s Pachinko is a deep, broad, addictive history of a Korean family in Japan enduring and prospering through the 20th century.
Junot Díaz says Pachinko “confirms Lee’s place among our finest novelists”. Fairfax literary editor Jason Steger sits down with the New York–based author to talk about her luminous novel that speaks to the struggles of immigrants in foreign lands.
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