Sue Hua just moved from racially diverse Seattle to a suburban white-bread town where she feels like the only Asian American for miles. Then she meets Andy, a handsome and passionate violin player who happens to be Asian American. Sue feels an instant attraction to Andy, and her white friends think they’re “made for each other”–after all, they both use chopsticks and eat a lot of rice, right? But there’s just one problem. Andy’s last name is Suzuki. And while that may mean nothing to the other students at Lakeview High, Sue knows that it presents a world of problems to her family.
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|Publisher:||Random House Children's Books|
|Sold by:||Random House|
|File size:||259 KB|
|Age Range:||12 Years|
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I love this book. Its great and its bout two different people tryig to forget what happened in the past. I wish there as a second one. But really great. Im a Korean American and if i went out with somebody who wasnt like mr i think i would be like Sue and Andy. You cant say one thing bout a culture and think one person is just like them. Get to know the peraon. Stop being judge mental bout it. I hope you will enjoy it like i did. :3
I very much enjoyed this book. It helped me understand some history in a fun way by twisting romance in there. The book was dull at times but i would definitely encourage everyone to read it.