The personal and the political collide in Meng Jin’s impressive debut, Little Gods. Photo: ShutterstockThe personal and the political collide in Meng Jin’s impressive debut, Little Gods. Photo: Shutterstock
The personal and the political collide in Meng Jin’s impressive debut, Little Gods. Photo: Shutterstock

Review |
Meng Jin’s debut novel Little Gods is not your typical Chinese immigrant story

  • The Shanghai-born, San Francisco-based author’s audacious book feels deeply personal
  • Readers are confronted with an audacious narrative that incorporates the Tiananmen Square crackdown
Topic |   Books and Literature
The personal and the political collide in Meng Jin’s impressive debut, Little Gods. Photo: ShutterstockThe personal and the political collide in Meng Jin’s impressive debut, Little Gods. Photo: Shutterstock
The personal and the political collide in Meng Jin’s impressive debut, Little Gods. Photo: Shutterstock
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