I like both her print and listening versions.
Her description of the salt marshes always fascinate me.
I would not change anything.
Archeology and Australia come together in an intriguing mystery. Rituals as old as bones reach out from the grave.
I do love the historical setting of this novel, the Tang Dynasty such a complicated and fascinating political history. I do very much appreicate Guy's treatment of the women; they were no fools knew how and when to use their given "places" and it comes through in his telling of this story. As usual becuase of dept of this particualr time period; I did find the story hard to follow. I find it hard to keep track of all "background players", but then it wouldn't be a story of anicent Asia, as I understand it, without the many behind the Throne.
Probably not this one; not Kay's best in my opinion, however; I may have anticpated it so much in my mind that it fell a little shy for me. I would never discourage anybody from reading Guy's work overall though.
Alluring at times; well defined; excellent tone.
I did do a little research Sardian horses. Who wouldn't? Also, I may very well read for myself this story as that always helps me sort out all the players. BTW, this a very good question I personally feel a book is well read if it inspires one to reach out.
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