"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."
D.J.R. Bruckner, The New York Times
"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."
Don Shirley, Los Angeles Times
"Masha No Home may be a Korean-American story, but Suh has his finger on a universal pulse."
Glenda Frank, Backstage
"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."
Francine Russo, The Village Voice