Minseo Park

  • December 30, 2020By Minseo Park

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The heroes are dead. The villains have won. What now? Black Canary: Breaking Silence, a DC Icons novel by Iranian author Alexandra Monir, tells a patriarchal dystopian story for teens. As DC fans may know, Dinah Lance is a hero, going by the

  • September 6, 2020By Minseo Park

      Every year, Beth and her family gather on a beautiful island in the middle of Lake Wigwakobi. Beth loves her family and loves her island: that, she believed to be an unchangeable fact of life. But when accidents, territorial conflicts, and family tragedies occur, the rift between family members feels irreparable. Years have passed,

  • April 12, 2020By Minseo Park

    Let me describe to you what my day to day life looks like in self-isolation: I wake up far too late, hastily finish overdue online assignments, and lay in bed doing nothing. Then I stare at my phone for some time, in bed, doing nothing.  I re-watch an episode of The Office. Then I get

  • March 8, 2020By Minseo Park

    Hachette Book Group, the publishing house that published acclaimed journalist Ronan Farrow’s Catch and Kill, has announced its cancellation of publishing Woody Allen’s memoir. Woody Allen is a filmmaker accused of sexual assault by his daughter, Dylan Farrow. When Hachette decided to publish the memoir, employees participated in a walkout criticizing the decision to publish,

  • March 3, 2020By Minseo Park

    If you’re anything like me, you used to hold a passionate and tender love for reading books. You spent hours of your day in your local library, devouring every story you could get your hands on. You gasped in delight whenever a new Rick Riordan novel came out and you fantasized about going to book