Pachinko (Min Jin Lee)
"If suffering and injustice can be recast as opportunities for empathy and forgiveness, even life’s worst events can feel like divine fate." -- Min Jin Lee
Pachinko tells the story of Korean immigrants living in Japan between 1910 and today, a family saga that explores the effects of poverty, abuse, war, suicide, and the accumulation of wealth on multiple generations.
Named for a Japanese pinball game that combines both skill and luck, Pachinko shows how momentous acts of kindness and cruelty shape lives through subsequent generations.
Apple TV has purchased the rights for a television adaptation of this book.
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