This week’s Honolulu Weekly takes a look at four of our essays–on economy, tourism, “reinventing” Hawai‘i, and race and ethnicity.
Here’s the link:
“. . . . The book is, in a sense, a reimagining and an update of The Price of Paradise, Randall W. Roth’s seminal, somewhat angry 1992 look at Hawaii issues. The tone here is very different. Honolulu Weekly explored these essays in advance of the book’s wide release next month and found them as hopeful as they are critical, as fresh as they are valuable . . . .”
Thank you for the review! What do you all think?
In other news:
A book sighting has been confirmed–the Border’s at Ward has The Value of Hawai‘i on their shelves!