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STARRED REVIEW

Days of Distraction

A young Chinese American woman offers thoughtful reflections on gender, relationships and racial and ethnic identity in 21st-century America.

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Review of ‘Days of Distraction’

Alexandra Chang’s debut novel, Days of Distraction, offers a thoughtful reflection on gender, relationships and racial and ethnic identity in 21st-century America, as seen through the observant eyes of a young Chinese American woman.

Employed as a Consumer Technology Reporter for a San Francisco-based publication, Chang’s narrator Alexandra (Jing-Jing to her family) writes “about gadgets…

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