Book Review: What We Were Promised by Lucy Tan

The plane begin to lift. As Lina's center of gravity changed, she was pressed flat against her chair. Outside, the ground slipped from view. They were gaining speed, and soon they would be far away. Far enough to cross time zones, the concept of which still made Lina's head spin. In China, a person's day … Continue reading Book Review: What We Were Promised by Lucy Tan

Book Review: Sour Heart by Jenny Zhang

...back in those days, we lived in a one-bedroom apartment so subpar that we woke up with flattened cockroaches in our bedsheets, sometimes three or four stuck on our elbows, and once I found fourteen of them pressed to my calves, and there was no beauty in shaking them off, though we strove for grace, … Continue reading Book Review: Sour Heart by Jenny Zhang