• Title: My Lucky Face
  • Author: May-lee Chai
  • ISBN: 9781569471814
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Paperback
  • My Lucky Face Lin Jun has everything a modern woman in China could hope for a good teaching job a handsome intellectual husband a mother in law with connections a darling son a TV set and a good fortune face she i
    Lin Jun has everything a modern woman in China could hope for a good teaching job a handsome, intellectual husband a mother in law with connections a darling son a TV set and a good fortune face she is beautiful But neither the television nor her marriage is working, and Lin Jun is determined to find happiness.

    One Reply to “My Lucky Face”

    1. Some parts were harder to get into but overall I really enjoyed the writing style and the storyline.

    2. I found this to be a good read; it held my attention and I finished it quickly because I wanted to see what happened in the story. I cared about the main character, I hated her in-laws, I pitied her husband, and by the end I feared her young (5 years old? 6 years old?) son. And I felt some very complicated stuff about China. Almost as complicated as the stuff I feel about the US, which shows I might be growing up. There are some gaps here and there, in the pace mostly. But overall, a pretty good [...]

    3. I'm a huge fan of sarcasm and irony and this book is filled with both, and is very witty. Okay maybe the mood can be depressing but I can identify with the author so I appreciate her talent. Life as it is.

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