“[Breasts and Eggs is] not just some elevated piece of literary chick-lit. It’s a novel of humanity, a multifaceted consideration of the fundamental question: What does it mean to exist? [. . .] A street-smart, distinctly Osakan empathy reverberates throughout this perpetually surprising, cleverly spiraling novel; life is never easy, but you’ve got to laugh through your tears.”
Read the full article and review in The Japan Times.