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The Picture Bride (english ver.)

  • Author Lee Geum-yi
    Illustrator -
  • ISBN 9781250808660
    Price 27Won
  • Pages 320
    Dimensions 5.6 x 1.2 x 8.3 inches
  • Publication date. 2022.10.11.
  • Introduction

    “Lee Geum-yi has a gift for taking little-known embers of history and transforming them into moving, compelling, and uplifting stories. I loved Willow from the first page to the last. Loved her courage, and her tenacious, yet caring, beautiful soul. The Picture Bride is the ultimate story of the power of friendshipa must read!”
    Heather Morris, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz and Three Sisters

    “A fascinating journey into the world of Korean “picture brides” whose lives take unexpected turns as they land on distant shores. A beautiful testimony to those women bold and determined enough to leave behind all that was familiar, seeking a better life.”
    Lisa Wingate, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Before We Were Yours and The Book of Lost Friends

    “A transporting and immersive story that will enthrall historical fiction readers. Poignant and moving, its unforgettable characters will stay with you long after you’ve finished reading.”
    Chanel Cleeton, New York Times bestselling author of The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba

    “This moving novel takes readers into the world of Korean 'picture brides,' . . . [A] total must-read. ”
    ―Katie Couric Media

    “Historical fiction buffs and readers interested in little-known history will enjoy.”
    ―Library Journal, starred review

    “An engaging picture of a time and a place.”
    ―Publishers Weekly

    “Written with great historical detail about Korean immigrants in Hawai'i, Geum-yi's beautiful novel weaves an extraordinary tale.”

    “The stories of these women’s lives in Hawai’i and the sugar industry there becomes, in Lee’s skilled hands, a vehicle for a narrative about the Korean struggle for independence from Japan and how it was refracted through the diaspora.”
    ―Asian Review of Books

    The Picture Bride is an immigrant story, but it is moreover a love story.”
    ―Asymptote Journal 

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