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This is the second in the series staring with "the Bridge of Birds".
I first purchased / read the "Bridge ..." in 1986. Read more
Not as great as Bridge of Birds but still an entertaining and worthwhile read.Published 13 months ago by RJF
Interesting and entertaining writing which keeps the reader reading way past his bedtime.Published 14 months ago by David L. Davies
The blurb on the cover describes "The Story of the Stone" as "an oriental Holmes and Watson plunked down in an Indiana Jones movie. Read morePublished 16 months ago by ealovitt
While I didn't enjoy The Story of Stone quite as much as the first book in the series, it still stands above most general fantasy novels with its engaging characters and... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Victoria
The Second Best book your ever going to read. I wont go into the details
of this book because other reviewers have already don't it, but suffice to say it won "The World... Read more
While not as great as "Bridge of Birds" (but what is) this is a marvelous story and one that greatly benefits from multiple readings.
Here they go again, the intrepid team of Li and Ox! See them track all over China and solve mysteries that cannot be solved, slay monsters that cannot be slain ('cause they are... Read morePublished on March 13, 2013 by Mr. Underhill