The much-anticipated follow-up to the multi-million-copy international bestseller Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982, Saha is a piercing battle cry for the dispossessed.
In a country called Town, Su is found dead in an abandoned car. The suspected killer is presumed to come from the Saha Estates.
Town is the safest and richest nation on earth, controlled by a secretive organization of seven ministers. It is a society clearly divided into the haves and have-nots, and those who have the very least live in the decrepit Saha Estates. Among them is Jin-Kyung, a young woman whose brother, Do-kyung, was in a relationship with Su and quickly becomes the police's prime suspect. When Do-kyungdisappears, Jin-kyung is determined to get to the bottom of things. On her quest to find the truth, though, she will uncover a realityfar darker and crimes far greater than she could ever have imagined.
At once a dystopian mystery and a devastating critique of how we live now, Saha lifts the lid on corruption, exploitation, and government oppression, while, with deep humanity and compassion, showing us the lives of those who suffer at the hand of brutal forces far beyond their control.
Eight years in the making, Saha is a powerful tale of dystopia and a battle cry for the dispossessed.