“It’s shocking and evocative, but also a really educational read that really presents a unique insight into a subject that isn’t spoken about nearly enough.
Plus, Inferno hums with a beautiful blend of gritty real life mixed with the magic of folklore and Korean culture – the writing is gorgeous and I was totally enraptured throughout. A truly stunning book in every way.” – Charlie Edwards-Freshwater, The Book Boy
“This is undeniably an extremely brave, raw and hard-hitting book, so honest that it almost flays the skin off the reader.” – Marina Sofia, Finding Time To Read
“To me, this doesn’t read just like a memoir, it almost like a fiction. It is incredibly gripping and compelling. It captures your attention and you would not be able to look away until you get to the end. It was dark and frightening. This is as much a memoir about postpartum depression as about a look back at history. It is about Korean folktales, about immigration, about the history between North and South Korea, abort separation and longing, about tradition and a culture that is rooted so deep in history.” – Sissi Zhang, Sissi Reads