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Monthly Archives: March 2017


Lady Cop Makes Trouble

I love Constance Kopp.  Thank you Amy Stewart!

Beautiful Eyes

Memoir by a father of a daughter with Down’s Syndrome.  Paul Austin is very honest and shares some reading he’s done regarding Down’s, children with differences, and –most scarily — eugenics.  America’s history with eugenics is horrible and Austin quotes a modern-day philosopher who still advocates killing (even post-birth) infants born with deformity.  Ugh.  Really?!  […]

Pachinko by Min Jin Lee

A multi-generation, family saga about Koreans living in Japan, unwelcome as citizens, unable to return to their mother country.  I just loved the first 2/3 of this book.  Sunja, Hansu, Isak, Kunghee, Noa, Mozasu.  They seemed so real to me.  But as the book entered the last third and moved into the 1980s, it got […]