If I Had Your Face Novel Updates 2020

If I had your face: Riving Debut set in modern South Korea in Seoul This novel is four young women who define the standards of impossible beauty around the world, and in a few hours a room Is the richest man in the world, is a ruthless social class, and is supported by -opia. Really wonderful… Mark your face as a gateway to a bright, imaginative new voice. Beautiful woman, hardworking. He is proud of his calm and quiet life, but his impulsive mistakes threaten his life. ”

If I Had Your Face Novel Updates

File Size: 1593 KB
Print Length: 274 pages
Publisher: Ballantine Books (April 21, 2020)
Publication Date: April 21, 2020
Language: English
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
X-Ray: Enabled
Word Wise: Enabled
Lending: Not Enabled
Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled





If I Had Your Face: Set in Seoul, modern South Korea, the Riving Debut novel is about four young women, who define impossible beauty standards around the world, and after a few hours the richest man in the room, a ruthless social class, and -Popia is supported. Absolutely amazing… Mark your face as a bright with imagination and a gateway to a new voice. Beautiful woman, hardworking.  He is proud of his quiet and quiet life, but his impulsive mistakes threaten his life.”

Curry roommate Miho, a talented artist who grew up in an orphanage, received a scholarship to study art in New York. After graduating from college and returning to South Korea, she finds herself in a volatile relationship with one of the country’s biggest allies.

Ara lives in the hallway of his building. A hairstylist who supports her with two victims. Hopefully, this will change his life.

Beneath her, on the ground floor, Vona is a newlywed who seeks out children who don’t know how she and her husband can handle South Korea’s brutal economy.

Together, their story tells an amusing tale at an unfamiliar, unspecified universal time, where a temporary friendship may eventually occur to save them.

About the Author: If I Had Your Face

Francis Cha is a former travel and culture editor at CNN in Seoul. She grew up in the United States, Hong Kong and South Korea. She graduated from Dartmouth College and the Columbia University MFA Writing Program and has contributed to Atlantic, Faith and YonHap news agencies, among others, and lectured at Columbia University, Eva Women’s University, Seoul National University, and Yonsi University. She lives in Brooklyn. -This text refers to the hardcover version.

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