The End of East | novel by Jen Sookfong Lee

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Evocative. Powerful. Exquisite. Fearless. These are some of the words used to describe THE END OF EAST, the debut novel of Vancouver-based writer Jen Sookfong Lee.

Knopf Canada and 32 Books host a private reception this Sunday, celebrating the launch of THE END OF EAST, “a moving portrait of 3 generations of the Chan family set against the backdrop of Vancouver’s Chinatown – a city within a city where dreams are shattered as quickly as they’re built, and where history repeats itself through the generations.” (Read review from The Globe & Mail HERE).

Check back for photos from the private launch party.


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* REVIEWS of THE END OF EAST:

www.sookfong.com/media

www.straight.com.

www.nowtoronto.com.

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* TO BUY:

www.randomhouse.ca/.

www.amazon.ca/.

* www.bookninja.com.

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