Flesh & Blood
Free at last to reinvent herself and explore lingering questions about her identity, Min Lee must address the fact her conservative mother doesn't know she's transgender. ‘Flesh & Blood’ picks up where the previous book ‘Under My Skin’ left off, and examines the obstacle of family in the journey to living authentically. More
To anyone else, being unemployed in your mid-20s, living in your ex co-worker’s house and dating a schoolgirl who’s flunking all her classes might not seem ideal. But to Min Lee, it’s the perfect fresh start. A chance to do-over her life and reinvent herself as the man she was always supposed to be… if she’s actually supposed to be a man, that is. Min still has lots of unanswered questions about her gender, but none of them can stop her from looking forward to her bright future as a boyfriend, student and artist.
There’s just one thing that can: her conservative mother in South Korea doesn’t know about any of it, and is sick of waiting for her ‘daughter’ to get married.
With the looming threat of her mother finding out, Min would rather focus on living her brand new life and supporting her girlfriend and friends through their family dramas than deal with her own. But the clock is ticking on her big secret, and one thing is for sure: she can’t keep her meddling mother in the dark forever.
‘Flesh & Blood’ picks up where the previous book ‘Under My Skin’ left off, and examines the obstacle of family in the journey to living authentically.
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