The Boat to Redemption - Su Tong Reviews
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Disgraced Secretary Ku has been banished from the Party - it ha ...
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by - written on 14/03/10 (Very useful, 80 readings)
Ku Dongliang and his father, Ku Wenxuan, are forced to live on a barge on the river following Ku Wenxuan's fall from grace. Originally believed to be the son of a revolutionary martyr, it is eventually proved that Mr Ku was not so - as a result, his position in society takes a nose-dive. Dongliang suffers as a result of this, finding it hard to make friends within the barge community and on shore. Then an orphaned girl moves onto the barges and finds a place in Dongliang's apparently cold heart. Will she be able to take him out of himself? Or will she, too, turn her back on him? Su Tong is a superb author; one that is sadly much under-estimated in the West, ... Read the complete review
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