Books by Pam Chun

WHEN STRANGE GODS CALL by Pam Chun
Released: Nov. 1, 2004

"Melodramatic and corny, but, nonetheless, a good family epic enlivened with a nice locale and a stiff dose of history."
Another Hawaiian family saga from Chun (The Monkey Dragon, 2002), this about a young woman who returns to Honolulu after 12 years on the mainland and slowly begins to make peace with her past. Read full book review >
THE MONEY DRAGON by Pam Chun
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 1, 2001

"Sometimes disjointed and rambling, but nevertheless a kind of exotic Dallas: lurid, two-dimensional, fast-paced—and utterly addictive."
Chun's debut—part novel, part biography—tells the life of her great-grandfather, a legendary Chinese merchant who moved to Hawaii in 1876 and became one of the islands' richest men. Read full book review >