The second installment in the epic historical trilogy that began with Taming Poison Dragons, set in Song and Yuan Dynasty China, charting the trials and adventures of the Yun clan

Central China, 1264. When Mongol armies storm into the Middle Kingdom, the descendents of Yun Cai are trapped in a desperate siege that will determine the fate of the Empire. Guang and Shih are identical twinsone a heroic soldier idolized by the city he defends, the other a humble doctor. In the midst of war, jealous conflicts over Shih's wife and concubine threaten to tear the brothers apart. Enemies close in on every side, some disturbingly close to home. Can the Yun family survive imprisonment, ruthless treachery, and Kublai Khan's bloody hordesor will their own reckless passions destroy them first? Aimed at readers who relish epic historical novels rich in exotic detail, this story will captivated aficionados of Umberto Eco and James Clavell.

Breaking bamboo - Tim Murgatroyd

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Title
Breaking bamboo
Author
Tim Murgatroyd
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Myrmidon Books
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20130617

The second installment in the epic historical trilogy that began with Taming Poison Dragons, set in Song and Yuan Dynasty China, charting the trials and adventures of the Yun clan

Central China, 1264. When Mongol armies storm into the Middle Kingdom, the descendents of Yun Cai are trapped in a desperate siege that will determine the fate of the Empire. Guang and Shih are identical twinsone a heroic soldier idolized by the city he defends, the other a humble doctor. In the midst of war, jealous conflicts over Shih's wife and concubine threaten to tear the brothers apart. Enemies close in on every side, some disturbingly close to home. Can the Yun family survive imprisonment, ruthless treachery, and Kublai Khan's bloody hordesor will their own reckless passions destroy them first? Aimed at readers who relish epic historical novels rich in exotic detail, this story will captivated aficionados of Umberto Eco and James Clavell.

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Tim Murgatroyd is also the author of Taming Poison Dragons. Both his novels have been translated and published in China.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
China - History - Jin dynasty, 1115-1234 - Fiction.|Historical fiction.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
523

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