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  1. Jean Kwok Jean Kwok says:

    ePUB Jean Kwok á Girl in Translation PDF/EPUB ¼ Girl in PDF/EPUB or á girl mobile, translation ebok, Girl in pdf, Girl in Translation MOBIYou probably don't want to listen to my rating because I'm just a bit biased However I'd like to thank everyone who's posted here Whether you love the book or hate it doesn't matter I'm just glad you've taken the time to read it


  2. Tammy Tammy says:

    ePUB Jean Kwok á Girl in Translation PDF/EPUB ¼ Girl in PDF/EPUB or á girl mobile, translation ebok, Girl in pdf, Girl in Translation MOBII've never read a book that described accurately what it is like to be an Asian American immigrantIt's like Ms Kwok took pieces of my own experience growing up in a cockroach infested apartment with parents scraping by by working multiple menial j


  3. Brina Brina says:

    ePUB Jean Kwok á Girl in Translation PDF/EPUB ¼ Girl in PDF/EPUB or á girl mobile, translation ebok, Girl in pdf, Girl in Translation MOBI45 I read Girl in Translation by Jean Kwok at a time when I read little fiction I found the book at one of my favorite places the check out counter at the library and grabbed it because of its vivid colored cover In this debut novel Kwok tells the story of Kimberly Chang and her mother immigrants from Hong Kong to Brooklyn Forced to live in a condemned apartment and work in horrid conditions because their sponsor Kimberley's aunt feels as though they are burden on society Kimberly grows up in poverty Forced to forge her mother's signature and speak with every adult necessary to get by in society because her mother can not learn English Kimberly is also forced to grow up fast She has one saving grace that leads her to attend a private school she is near genius level in math Math being


  4. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    ePUB Jean Kwok á Girl in Translation PDF/EPUB ¼ Girl in PDF/EPUB or á girl mobile, translation ebok, Girl in pdf, Girl in Translation MOBII'm very hesitant to review this book mostly because I'm not uite sure how to put to words what it is that reading this has made me feelIt is at once both very familiar and yet completely foreign The Cantonese the way that the author translates the slang and the phrases the cultural traditions the deeply embedded lifestyle that is Chinese pride and saving facewhen I read about that it was like something sparked in my blood This part I understand and I have livedBut then there's the fact that this story is


  5. Phrynne Phrynne says:

    ePUB Jean Kwok á Girl in Translation PDF/EPUB ¼ Girl in PDF/EPUB or á girl mobile, translation ebok, Girl in pdf, Girl in Translation MOBIThis was such a delightful read that I put off all the other things I was supposed to be doing today and read it in one sitting It is Saturday after all and I think I deserved a treatIt is a wonderful tale of a Chinese mother and daughter who migrate to America and find it not to be the land of plenty they had dreamed of I thought the author handled it perfectly in particular the way she presents the daughter's struggle with the English language However smart she is however hard she tries there will always be words and phrases she does not know and just one of these can make a whole sentence unintelligible I so wanted her to succeed that I was practically cheering her on


  6. Lauryn Lauryn says:

    ePUB Jean Kwok á Girl in Translation PDF/EPUB ¼ Girl in PDF/EPUB or á girl mobile, translation ebok, Girl in pdf, Girl in Translation MOBISomehow I managed to finish this book though I complained about it the entire time I know my own fault I should have shut up or stopped reading it I could not understand the rave reviews about it and couldn't fathom that people had read the same book that I was reading until I realized a consistent flaw in how we review both books and film too often people are praising the story itself rather than the telling of the story Which is what I believe happened with this book I suffered through the whole thing because the author had a compelling story to tell I was so irritated throughout the read though because it was told so poorly There was virtually no character development The characters were flat one dimensional either all good or all bad The settings were ripe for really juicy details but we were not given them The fact that the author covers over two decades in under 30


  7. Anne Anne says:

    ePUB Jean Kwok á Girl in Translation PDF/EPUB ¼ Girl in PDF/EPUB or á girl mobile, translation ebok, Girl in pdf, Girl in Translation MOBII've been in a really weird place with books lately Over the past weeks I've read a lot of books and so far no one has been affective enough to motivate me to go raving I'm on what you can refer to as the eternal hunt But what can I say?I read Girl in Translation after reading Nina's little convincing review which you can read here if you likeThank you Nina Now while Girl in Translation didn't really ensorcell me it did do something The story of Kimberly Ah Kim Chang is a


  8. Iryna *Book and Sword* Iryna *Book and Sword* says:

    ePUB Jean Kwok á Girl in Translation PDF/EPUB ¼ Girl in PDF/EPUB or á girl mobile, translation ebok, Girl in pdf, Girl in Translation MOBI355 stars rounded up“There's a Chinese saying that the fates are winds that blow through our lives from every angle urging us along the paths of time Those who are strong willed may fight the storm and possibly choose their own road while the weak must go where they are blown I say I have not been so much pushed by winds as pulled forward by the force of my decisions”If you are an immigrant who came to United States read this bookIf you are a person who thinks of migrating to United States read this book​If you are a person who lived in United States your whole life read this book This book will help you see the things you knew of but ignored for so long it will knock off the pink glasses you view the world through right off your head and


  9. jersey9000 jersey9000 says:

    ePUB Jean Kwok á Girl in Translation PDF/EPUB ¼ Girl in PDF/EPUB or á girl mobile, translation ebok, Girl in pdf, Girl in Translation MOBII see I'm against the grain here but I was not into this book AT ALL I read it for my Kinshasa book club if not for that I would have stopped halfway through The story is the most average unsurprising coming of age tale I have ever read The fact that the girl grows up working in a sweat s


  10. Tara Chevrestt Tara Chevrestt says:

    ePUB Jean Kwok á Girl in Translation PDF/EPUB ¼ Girl in PDF/EPUB or á girl mobile, translation ebok, Girl in pdf, Girl in Translation MOBIRemember the popular song in the 90s It's a Hard Knock Life? That song kept popping into my head as I read this novel For Kimberly a Chinese immigrant residing in the slums of Brooklyn it's a hard knock life indeed Her mother and her come from Hong Kong when Kimberly is approximately eleven years of age and fully dependent on Aunt Paula a jealous relative they find themselves living intimately with roaches and rats in a garbage bag in place of windows illegal apartment with no heat or air While struggling to learn English in public school Kimberly also helps her mom work in Aunt Paula's sweat


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