"In Belonging, German emigre Nora Krug grapples with her bloodline as she investigates her family's history during World War II and the complex nature of German identity. She has been told stories about her family during the war ("Grandpa was ..."
"Tomine's best work in a canon of amazing work. The title story is one of the most devastating pieces I've ever read. It's a masterclass of selectively doling out information, and letting the reader put things together on their own."