Rowan Hisayo Buchanan

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Go Home! Feminist

A touching and riveting work perfectly suited to this era of tension between globalization and nativism. Highly recommended for those interested in immigrant experiences, creative writing, or works that address feelings of alienation.
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Harmless Like You

While the author skillfully handles the alternating story lines, the focus on Yuki means that readers do not get a complete sense of Jay's upbringing without his mother, only the knowledge of his resentment toward her. Nevertheless, Buchanan's initial effort is a worthy page-turner for those who appreciate stories focusing on families and relationships.

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