Goodbye, Vitamin

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Author: Rachel Khong
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company
Category: Fiction

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About The Author

Rachel Khong grew up in Southern California, and holds degrees from Yale University and the University of Florida. From 2011 to 2016, she was the managing editor then executive editor of Lucky Peach magazine. Her fiction and nonfiction have appeared in Joyland, American Short Fiction, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Believer, and California Sunday. She lives in San Francisco. Goodbye, Vitamin is her first novel.


  • lorimarie
    LibraryThing Review I liked this book, after recently going through this in my life I felt Rachel really hit the nail on the head. I’d recommend this book to anyone caring for an elderly family member. I’m not sure if it would be of that much interest to others.
  • shazjhb
    LibraryThing Review Pretty good representation of dementia. Not sure if the characters work as well.
  • quaintlittlehead
    LibraryThing Review I can only review this book in light of the experience that I brought to it as a reader, which may not be fair, but such is life. “Goodbye, Vitamin” tells the story of a young woman who moves back
  • Loried
    LibraryThing Review I am glad that I was given the opportunity to read an advance copy of Goodbye, Vitamin. I found it an interesting read. I think the author did a great job with the complex family dynamics in this book
  • wagner.sarah35
    LibraryThing Review I received this book through a GoodReads Giveaway.* A touching and humorous story of a daughter who decides to spend a year caring for her father after he receives an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Sharp and
  • nyiper
    LibraryThing Review Going home to help care for her father’s developing dementia, for a year, is a story that seemed to be possibly more of a memoir than a novel. i wondered about Knong’s experiences within her own
  • corinnealyssa
    LibraryThing Review I read this book straight through on a plane ride, and it’s a wonderful book to fall right into. It’s a light and engaging read, but agree I found it poignant. Great believable characters that avoid
  • angiestahl
    LibraryThing Review I really liked this and would recommend it! It’s a fast read and though fiction, its realistic portrayal of various relationships (romantic, friendship, sibling, child/parent, etc) are very relatable
  • 2LZ
    LibraryThing Review Thank you for sending me an advanced reader copy of Goodbye Vitamin, by Rachel Khong in return for my honest review. This short novel touched me as few other books have. It is a story

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