On Such a Full Sea by Chang-Rae Lee


On Such a Full Sea is about a future America where society is strictly organized by class, and long abandoned urban areas have become labor colonies. Descendants of those brought over years ago from ruined provincial China make up the labor class. They work to provide perfect produce and fish to the exclusive villages that surround the labor settlement. When the man she loves vanishes, Fan, a female fish-tank diver, leaves her home. Her journey to find him takes her into dangerous territories rampant with crime, to a faraway village that will become legend to those she left behind.

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