At first savagely reviewed, The Way We Live Now (1875) has since emerged as Trollope's masterpiece and the most admired of his works. When Trollope returned to England from the colonies in 1872 he was horrified by the immorality and dishonesty he...
A modern-day girl gets whisked away to a strange land where she is sacrificed to a water dragon god! In the blink of an eye, a modern-day girl named Asahi is whisked away from her warm and happy home and stranded in a strange and mysterious world...
"I got really into this book and loved it!
Usually I stay away from Christian fiction. But I heard that this one was good and I'm glad I read it. A few things about the author's writing style annoyed me (I found some of it repetitive and there we..."
"Incredible book about the author's family living in China during most of the 1900s. Each generation experienced a lot of suffering and repression. Some parts are very depressing, others show that even in times of extreme hardship there can still b..."