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Obry Alan’s “I’m Not Chinese” receives critical acclaim from the US Review of Books

The US Review of Books has given Obry Alan’s I’m Not Chinese: A Tale Of Satori, Cooking And Self-Discovery a positive review, describing the book as an engaging and fun read.

The book is Obry’s first book written in the bucolic hills of western Massachusetts where he currently resides with his wife and two dogs. It condenses all of the author’s experiences into a single collection of words describing years of living a life marked with fulfillment and joy.

According to USRB’s book critic Dylan Ward, the book is “an unadulterated and practical reference offering tools of the trade with cooking foods, thinking positively, and dedicating yourself to the achievement of a prosperous business career.”

The review also praises the book, stating that “Alan’s narrative is still a fun, engaging read for anyone. Readers will discover a little more about themselves and what it means to be successful.” Read the full review here.

Jay Hogarth

Jay Hogarth is ARPress' resident content manager, responsible for all public-facing information posted on this blog and on the main site.

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