Писатель "Shan Sa"

11 книг этого автора в библиотеке

Empress

Shan Sa
In seventh-century China, during the great Tang dynasty, a young girl from the humble Wu clan entered the imperial gynaecium, which housed ten thousand concubines. Inside the Forbidden City, she witne . . .

La joueuse de go (chinese)

Shan Sa
Amazon.com Review In war-torn Manchuria of the 1930s, two lives briefly find peace over a game of go in Shan Sa's third novel, The Girl Who Played Go (translated by Adriana Hunter). The unnamed charac . . .

Alexander and Alestria

Shan Sa
Publisher Comments: Re-creating the lives of two of the most intriguing rulers in history, Shan Sa brings us a novel filled with the sound of hooves, the whistle of arrows, blood, passion, and betraya . . .

The Girl Who Played Go

Shan Sa
тАЬExplosiveтАж Poignant and shatteringтАж While [the] climax is inevitable and the stories lead directly toward it, a reader is still shocked and horrified when it occurs.тАЭ -The Boston Globe тАЬSha . . .

The Girl Who Played Go

Shan Sa
тАЬExplosiveтАж Poignant and shatteringтАж While [the] climax is inevitable and the stories lead directly toward it, a reader is still shocked and horrified when it occurs.тАЭ -The Boston Globe тАЬSha . . .

Alexander and Alestria

Shan Sa
Publisher Comments: Re-creating the lives of two of the most intriguing rulers in history, Shan Sa brings us a novel filled with the sound of hooves, the whistle of arrows, blood, passion, and betraya . . .

Empress

Shan Sa
In seventh-century China, during the great Tang dynasty, a young girl from the humble Wu clan entered the imperial gynaecium, which housed ten thousand concubines. Inside the Forbidden City, she witne . . .

The Girl Who Played Go

Shan Sa
тАЬExplosiveтАж Poignant and shatteringтАж While [the] climax is inevitable and the stories lead directly toward it, a reader is still shocked and horrified when it occurs.тАЭ -The Boston Globe тАЬSha . . .

Empress

Shan Sa
In seventh-century China, during the great Tang dynasty, a young girl from the humble Wu clan entered the imperial gynaecium, which housed ten thousand concubines. Inside the Forbidden City, she witne . . .

La joueuse de go (chinese)

Shan Sa
Amazon.com Review In war-torn Manchuria of the 1930s, two lives briefly find peace over a game of go in Shan Sa's third novel, The Girl Who Played Go (translated by Adriana Hunter). The unnamed charac . . .

Alexander and Alestria

Shan Sa
Publisher Comments: Re-creating the lives of two of the most intriguing rulers in history, Shan Sa brings us a novel filled with the sound of hooves, the whistle of arrows, blood, passion, and betraya . . .