Listened to this on the CraftLit Podcast. Not sure I would have ever picked it up otherwise. I found the commentary around it on the podcast more interesting than the story itself.
Didn't realize it was short stories at first, but once I figured that out it was enjoyable.
A friend recommended this trilogy to me a while back and I am glad I finally got around to checking it out. Enjoyable magical trilogy. Worth a read if you like that sort of thing.
Sometimes I pick audiobooks to check out from the library website based solely on their cover. Possibly not the best strategy, but if the cover is appealing or interesting I go with it. Something about the typography of this one caught m...
I feel like everyone but me had already read this book... glad I finally got around to it.
Interesting read, I enjoyed learning a bit about Korean/Japanese relations.
I think I would have liked Britt-Marie Was Here better if I had read this one first.