On Such a Full Sea

51cf1p5WfLL._SL150_On Such a Full Sea
by Chang-rae Lee
2014/368 pages
read by B. D. Wong 11h 8m
rating: 8  / dystopian fiction

“Don’t sanctuaries become prisons, and vice versa, foremost in the mind?” asks the unnamed Narrator in Chang-rae Lee’s  On Such a Full Sea as he tells the story of Fan and her quest for something – her own self?  I think that’s one basic thematic type question in the book.

The Narrator, in the rare tradition of  Julie Otsuka in The Buddha in the Attic,  >>>>MORE>>>> 

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