Entertainment Weekly

Trust Exercise

BY

Susan Choi

PAGES

257

GENRE

Fiction

IT FEELS STRANGE TO SAY THAT SUSAN CHOI—FINALIST for the Pulitzer Prize, lauded novelist for decades—is at last having her moment. But then, she’s never produced

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