Just finished the brutal, incisive Human Acts, by Han Kang. Not sure what I thought when I started. I don't think I had great expectations, though I did assume it would be good. In fact, I thought it would be about a massacre and expected it to be brutal. But oh my. As a writer, I can respect how she moved away from the injustice of a singular act and showed how it tore into the entire social fabric. Brilliant, I'm telling you, just brilliant!
Now I have just finished a book (and will be re reading it soon) that is easily in the best of the 21st century list and might be in the best of all time list. Don't miss it, seriously.
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