Sunday, October 30, 2011

Dreaming in Chinese now in Paperback

Yay! From today's New York Times Sunday Book Review:

Paperback Row, by Ihsan Taylor

DREAMING IN CHINESE: Mandarin Lessons in Life, Love, and Language, by Deborah Fallows (Walker, $13.) Based on Fallows’s three-year sojourn in China, her insightful chronicle of learning Mandarin uses key phrases and concepts to unlock aspects of society, casting light along the way on many idiosyncrasies of the Chinese view of the world.


  1. Congratulations on the Review. In no time at all you will hit the Top Selling List :)
    Andrew Wyatt

  2. Congrats! When I reviewed your book for the Skokie Public Library I just knew you were destined for paperback glory. ;) To my knowledge, none of my other reviewed authors have yet to make the cut.

    Best of all, because of my review I won a prize from the library: an electronic sudoku game, now taking up space in my wife's Mary Poppins purse.

  3. As a Chicago native, I say: thanks! It must have been your review.

  4. I just finished reading "Dreaming in Chinese" and am planning to recommend it to all the other students in my Chinese class. It is a charming introduction to life and language in today's China

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