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I finished this book in one sitting. While this book may seem short, Kang's writing is effective, elegant in its bare-bones sentences and delivers so many emotions. I admire writers who can deliver much without being superfluous. Her characters (especially the two sisters) are relatable and you wanted to root for them. This is not just a horror, it is also a criticism of South Korean patriarchy. This is a book that haunts me long after I put it down.

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