Jennifer Kim movingly narrates this raw and relatable memoir about loss and grief. Told through a collection of memories, Chung's audiobook recounts the racial trauma she experienced while growing up the Korean child of adoptive white parents in Oregon. After moving away for college and later starting her own family, Chung suffers the heartbreaking loss of both her parents close together. Kim's somber narration sensitively navigates the immense guilt and grief that Chung experiences, as well as her mom's final days, which were spent painfully separated from her daughter due to the pandemic. Kim sharply captures Chung's pointed criticisms of the broken U.S. healthcare system. A challenging listen, this powerful exploration will resonate with a wide audience. V.T.M. © AudioFile 2023, Portland, Maine [Published: MARCH 2023]
Trade Ed. Harper Audio 2023
DD ISBN 9780063031647 $27.99
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