Beasts of a Little Land by Juhea Kim
A legendary tale of adoration, war, and reclamation set against the scenery of the Korean autonomy development, following the interlaced destinies of a little youngster offered to a concubine school and the poverty stricken child of a tracker In 1917, somewhere down in the frigid piles of involved Korea, a ruined nearby tracker near the very edge of starvation saves a youthful Japanese official from an assaulting tiger. In a moment, their destinies are connectedand from this experience unfurls an adventure that traverses 50 years. In the fallout, a little youngster named Jade is sold by her family to Miss Silvers concubine school, a frantic attempt that will solidify her position in the least economic wellbeing. At the point when she gets to know a vagrant kid named JungHo, who figures out a living asking in the city of Seoul, they structure a profound companionship. Surprisingly age, JungHo is cleared up in the progressive battle for autonomy, and Jade turns into a pursued entertainer with another heartfelt possibility of respectable birth. Before long Jade should conclude whether she will hazard everything for the person who might do likewise for her. From the perfumed offices of a prostitute school in Pyongyang to the fabulous bistros of a modernizing Seoul and the boreal woodlands of Manchuria, where fights rage, Juhea Kims extraordinary characters fashion their own predeterminations as they bet their countries. Vivid and exquisite, Beasts of a Little Land divulges a reality where companions become foes, adversaries become heros, saints are oppressed, and monsters take many shapes.