Winter In Sokcho by Elisa Shua Dusapin

In a resort town on the border of North and South Korea in deep Winter, a French-Korean receptionist at a guesthouse meets a graphic novelist from France. Immediately drawn to him, she agrees to shown him around her town and hopes that he will not just see the town as she sees it, but also …

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Darling Rose Gold by Stephanie Wrobel

Rose Gold spent her whole life believing that she was danerously ill. Her single mother was her hero, her whole world, as she was too sick to make friends, to go to school.... but at 18, she found out that her life was far from normal, and her mother was a controlling woman who was …

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The Art Of Being A Woman by Patricia Volk

In this book, Patricia Volk writes about her mother and about what she taught her about being a woman. But Patricia felt liberated when she read a biography about Italian fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli, and the way she approached womanhood, feeling like she was being opened up to another way of being. It's partly a …

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