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— by Sarah Campsall: Jean Kyoung Frazier’s fantastic debut novel Pizza Girl is a moving and messy coming-of-age story full of dark humour. It centres on the narrator who is a pizza delivery girl (unnamed until the end of the book) and she is an eighteen-year-old Korean-American who is unhappy, grieving, and is both apprehensive and uncertain about her pregnancy and the direction her life is taking. She takes a shine to one of her new customers, a middle-aged mother named Jenny, and develops what can only be described as an unhealthy obsession with her…

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