“ In Yun ‘s indicative sophomore out, a early mannequin turned freelance journalist ‘s big magazine assignment sends her back to her hometown in North Dakota … [ a ] tightly plotted narrative … Yun successfully takes on a host of hot button subjects, drilling through them with her protagonist ‘s laser-eyed focus. ” – Publishers Weekly
” writer Yun has written an absorb and affecting fresh with wonderfully complex characters and no easy answers. Intricate and enthralling. ” – Kirkus Reviews
” O Beautiful is both an familiar look at one life and a audacious exploration of the biggest issues of our time, from capitalism to environmental abasement, white domination to sex and office. With a calculating eye and shrill sense of humor, Yun finds in the familiar fib of one woman ‘s return to her small township roots a fib angstrom big as the nation itself. ” – Rumaan Alam, New York Times bestselling author of Leave the World Behind
” A wonderfully, compelling, and insightful portrayal of a North Dakota town as it struggles through a contemporary oil smash. We may tire of hearing we live in an America of complicated times, but Jung Yun ‘s expansive novel has something special and potent to add, something that excellently rises above the blare. Her novel is a distinguished and sandbag piece of work, at times humorous, sad, and breathless. ” – Edward P. Jones, Pulitzer-Prize winning author of The Known World
” No one laces a setting with menace or fits more emotional range onto the page than Jung Yun. While serving as a snapshot of our contemporary moment, O Beautiful opens us up to the area of a woman ‘s life while walking us through the fast-moving and deeply lay waste to days of a community ‘s unwind. With her dangerous so far elegant newly novel, Jung Yun proves herself to be a writer who can rip out your crack heart and then repair it before your eyes. ” – Wiley Cash, New York Times bestselling author of The Last Ballad and A Land More Kind Than Home
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