Fox Girl (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Mar 25, 2003 - Fiction - 320 pages
21 Reviews
Nora Okja Keller, the acclaimed author of Comfort Woman, tells the shocking story of a group of young people abandoned after the Korean War. At the center of the tale are two teenage girls—Hyun Jin and Sookie, a teenage prostitute kept by an American soldier—who form a makeshift family with Lobetto, a lost boy who scrapes together a living running errands and pimping for neighborhood girls. Both horrifying and moving, Fox Girl at once reveals another layer of war's human detritus and the fierce love between a mother and daughter.


  

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User Review  - Kim Nichols - Goodreads

Very sad life to read about with a happy ending at least.... Makes me appreciate life and my blessings Read full review

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User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

I couldn't put this book down. The characterizations Keller created completely captivated me. I missed them after finishing the book.(this is a test of really good fiction to me) Fox Girl is an ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Nora Okja Keller was born in Seoul, Korea, and now lives in Hawaii with her husband and two daughters. She received the Pushcart Prize in 1995 for "Mother Tongue," a piece from her first novel, Comfort Woman, winner of a 1998 American Book Award.

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