"An incredible cross-cultural saga, focusing mostly on the Koreans living in Japan. Pachinko is well told through most of the book; disappointingly, however, near the end the plots threads become frayed and disjointed. The most compelling chapters ..."
"I liked this Prey book, but must confess it was brutal. More violent than the other Prey volumes, and hard to take in places. Very funny, laugh-out loud funny, in places when the dialog kicks in. Sandford is a dialog genius, I think. His character..."