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For reasons not easily stated, young David Yoo set out to be that rarest of all things, a chronically underachieving Asian-American. As this hilarious memoir demonstrates, he pursued that goal with self-deprecating consistency. Whether sabotaging his dating career, losing on the tennis court, or maintaining invisibility in the classroom, Yoo keeps his eyes on the prize—and avoids it. One early reader describes The Choke Artist as "brilliantly sneaky," a compliment that even Yoo might appreciate. A trade paperback and NOOK Book original.