The Orphan Master’s Son

By Adam Johnson

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While he works for a corrupt and hungry, North Korea, Pak Jun Do must impress his superiors to move up the ranks. In a world where citizens are forced to subsume their identities to the propaganda of the state, is there room for truth and love? Part adventure, a dash of romance, and a generous serving of social satire, this epic story about kidnapping in a totalitarian state both thrills and disturbs.

Perfect for:

  • Anyone open to giving dark, historical fiction a chance – the pace picks up, and it’s worth it.
  • Readers curious about North Korea – Johnson did his research.
  • Fans of Pulitzer Prize-winning novels  (Fiction – 2013).
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