Catatonia fairly describes “the fog” in which a transracial adoptee lives
JS Lee pierces the underbelly of international transracial adoption and presents the horror of living as “other” in an ocean of Whiteness, subjugated to the whims of adoptive parents with no overt qualms about violating the inner essence of “the fetish doll” they take into their home. Her story reflects the lived experiences of a transracial adoptee held captive in a land and culture from which there is no escape.
I recommend Keurium as an introduction to the world of transracial adoptees – be forewarned: The story is not pretty. —Brent A. Snavely