New York : One World, 
Edition: First edition.
Description: 257 pages ; 20 cm
"In Ghost Forest, the unnamed narrator is the eldest of two daughters who grew up in Vancouver with her mother, away from her father in China, who's now sick. She's twenty-four and realizing she has never told her father that she loves him. The stories and experiences that unfold through his subsequent death and memorialization are lessons and curiosities of intimacy and affection. They are real, raw, and poignant meditations on how life and love can sometimes best be discovered in dying. This is a story of an underrepresented Chinese identity, a transnational identity, one that is neither rootless nor completely uprooted. Told in space and monologue, traveling through present and past, Ghost Forest recounts memories and performs traditions with a weight and tenderness that only family can inspire"-- Provided by publisher.
|Call Number||Location||Shelf Location||Status|
|F Fung||Main (Downtown)||Display - First Level, Fiction||In|
|F Fung||Main (Downtown)||New - First Level, Fiction||In|
|F Fung||Ballentine Indoors||New, Fiction||In|
|F Fung||Blythewood||New, Fiction||In|
|F Fung||Cooper (Forest Acres)||New, Fiction||In|
|F Fung||Sandhills Indoors||New, Fiction||Out (Due: 10/11/2021)|
|F Fung||St. Andrews Indoors||New, Fiction||In|