The Kitchen God's Wife

The Kitchen God's Wife

Book - 1991
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Winnie Louie, an aging Chinese woman convinced that she will die soon, decides to unburden herself by divulging the secrets of those closest to her and to her suspicious, Americanized daughter.
Publisher: New York : Putnam, c1991
ISBN: 9780399135781
0399135782
9780679748083
0679748083
9780804107532
080410753X
9780143038108
0143038109
9781435283398
1435283392
Characteristics: 415 p. ; 24 cm

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Thai5357
Mar 23, 2016

Another great book by Amy Tan! Fantastic story telling and imagery of Chinese life during war time, as well as a nod to family relations. I highly recommend.

dignifieda Dec 29, 2012

This book is for those who love a well told story. The author starts the book out on a humorous note but then spins a tale that is serious and very emotionally engaging. It is also a vividly portrayed story with some of the most beautiful imagery I have ever read. This book will have you thinking about the story and its characters long after you finish reading it. Highly recomended!

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Nubia
Apr 07, 2011

I love this book, because not only I learned how much a person might suffered in life, but also I learned how a family might have many problems and still be able to survive with each other in life. I highly recommend this book by Amy Tan!

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LTHL
Nov 29, 2010

Had to read it for my Lit.Circle in English and it's a great novel to read because it's so realistic.

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VeganGreen Aug 08, 2012

“Chance is the first step you take, luck is what comes afterward.”

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