[Book Review] The Year She Left Us

In her debut novel, The Year She Left Us, Kathryn Ma expertly affirms that no one — especially adoptees — can be defined in simple terms.

Kathryn Ma’s ambitious debut novel about a Chinese girl adopted by a Chinese-American family tackles race, identity, and “luck.”

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