Winner of the Man Booker prize, South Korean writer Han Kang has her readers asking all the right questions regarding contemporary society, its members and their habits.
As I am writing this, I am sent back to the details of her dream. How bloody and violent, to simply put in words. Kang devices this dream into words of her own and leaves the reader under a spell. Her dream is an account on the lives of animals sacrificed by her father. The blood of that dog is reminiscent of everything she had gone through in her childhood.
This dream was her coup d’état.
About the end of the book, I’ll leave it to y’all, for you to read, for you to find yourself on the other end of a temperament that only Han Kang can give you. Only she can leave you at a loss of words when you want to ask so many questions and have them answered.