Marie Myung-Ok Lee

(Marie G Lee)

Genres: Young Adult Fiction
Finding My Voice
   1. Finding My Voice (1992)
   2. Saying Goodbye (1994)
   If It Hadn't Been for Yoon Jun (1993)
   Necessary Roughness (1996)
   Night of the Chupacabras (1998)
   F Is for Fabuloso (1999)
   Somebody's Daughter (2005)
   The Evening Hero (2022)
   Hurt You (2023)
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Marie Myung-Ok Lee recommends
What We Kept to Ourselves (2023)
Nancy Jooyoun Kim
"What We Kept to Ourselves is a nail-biting thriller with hairpin turns, a generational saga, a love story, an unsparing look at belonging and unbelonging in America today and the abject joys of food, family, forgiveness. I can't stop thinking about the Kim family. A glorious achievement!"
A Council of Dolls (2023)
Mona Susan Power
"A Council of Dolls reached out, grabbed me and did not let go. Power's ability to make language sing, cry, scream, and laugh illuminates this heartstopper of a book that shines a light into the dark corners of America's history. I wanted the generational journey I was taking with these unforgettable characters - and their dolls - to never end. Read it--and be healed."
Half-Life of a Stolen Sister (2023)
Rachel Cantor
"With humor and heart, Rachel Cantor paints a vivid, multi-voiced picture of the Brontes via a shape-shifting, time-bending tapestry of unforgettable characters and situations. Whether you're a fan of this literary family or not, this book is a must-read for anyone looking for a truly innovative, tender, and humorous take on genius, the creative process, family, and life."

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