• Where Reasons End

    Where Reasons End

    Li, Yiyun

    A mother derives great comfort from conversations with her son Nikolai, all the more precious since Nikolai committed suicide, in this heartbreaking and elegiac novel.

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  • The Unpassing

    The Unpassing

    Lin, Chia-Chia

    Having emigrated from Taiwan to the wilds of rural Alaska, Gavin's family finds themselves exposed to the ravages of illness and the suspicions of their new neighbors.

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  • New Waves

    New Waves

    Nguyen, Kevin

    When Asian American Lucas and his Black lover Margo join forces in subterfuge against their tech giant employer, they little suspect the forces that will be unleashed. A trenchant satiric thriller that takes no prisoners.

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  • The Committed

    The Committed

    Nguyen, Viet Thanh

    The narrator of Nguyen's Pulitzer-Prize winning "The Sympathizer" arrives in Paris to discover an existentialist worldview that harmonizes with the absurdity of his wartime experiences.

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  • The Farm

    The Farm

    Ramos, Joanne

    In a canny update to "The Handmaid's Tale," a young Filipina weighs the financial rewards against demeaning racial servitude of surrogacy on a dystopian baby farm.

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  • Passage West

    Passage West

    Reddi, Rishi

    Indian emigrants who work as sharecroppers in early 20th century California face discrimination as they struggle to maintain family ties and build new lives.

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  • Shadow Child

    Shadow Child

    Rizzuto, Rahna R.

    Hapa haole twins Hana and Kei grew up wild and free in Hawai'i, little aware that their lives are the legacy of their mother Lillie's harrowing wartime experiences on the American mainland and in Japan.

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  • Like A Bird

    Like A Bird

    Róisín, Fariha

    Suffering under the judgmental eye and not so subtle racist biases of her parents, resilient mixed-race teenager Taylia Chatterjee creates a new chosen family of her own.

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  • Disappear Doppelgänger Disappear

    Disappear Doppelgänger Disappear

    Salesses, Matthew

    Korean American Matt Kim has often felt as though he were invisible, but increasingly it seems that he might actually be, in this clever satiric look at erasure.

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  • Gold Diggers

    Gold Diggers

    Sathian, Sanjena

    Neeraj “Neil” Narayan's grades are disappointing, but it isn't anything that a little gold can't fix, provided it is ingested in the right formulation. A surreal tragicomedy about the elixir to American success.

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