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Free Food for Millionaires by Min Jin Lee
In Free Food for Millionaires, Casey Han is the daughter of Korean immigrants who've saved all that they've made to provide for their daughters' educations. Casey has graduated from Princeton and finds herself adrift in Manhattan, thrown out by her father for her sense of entitlement and unable to compete and mesh with her wealthy classmates from college. She suffers from debts she's incurred living the high life she wants, and is caught between the worlds of haves and have nots. If she's to survive, she needs the guidance and support from friends and others striving to find their place as children of immigrants. Min Jin Lee's debut novel has received mostly positive reviews with BookPage saying, "At 512 pages, Free Food for Millionaires is not a novel to be entered into lightly, but the rewards are well worth the time. It's not a day trip; it's an immersion into a fully realized and beautifully written world."