"There is not a false syllable in the eruption of curiosity, rebellion and embarrassment that is Masha's vocabulary. This is one terrifically lovable wild girl."
"The engrossing Masha No Home...provides a portal into feelings about roots and responsibilities in two Asian American families...here is a writer who wants his characters to resonate beyond their particular environment."
"Masha No Home may be a Korean-American story, but Suh has his finger on a universal pulse."
"Suh has created passionate, multifaceted people... The author has also endowed them lavishly with language -- languages, actually. From Annabell's comically accented English that rises to eloquence, to Felix's seduction riffs that ripple with Chinese American cultural icons, the writer wittily explores the uses and effects of words."