Cloud Mountain - Aimee Liu Reviews
Description:Genre: Romance / Author: Aimee lu / Publication Date: 1998 / New Edition / Publisher: Headline
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by - written on 21/05/12 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Cloud Mountain by Aimee Liu ISBN- 978-0747258520 This has to be one of the most moving and haunting book I have ever read. I don't often read books twice and this one I have and it stays with me for months and years as it is sometime since I read it. I felt inspired to write the review having talked about our favourite books on facebook. The book is a novel but it is based on the author's grandmother's diaries so pretty much a story based on facts and a lot of research too. WHAT AMAZON SAY "California, 1906. Hope Newfield and Leong Po-yo fall in love. Defying every taboo, this independent American woman and ... Read the complete review
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