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What an intriguing story! How many people ever give thought to how a gift can cause problems?
I found this story to be grand and believable. Read more
I love it when I find an author that I enjoy. I've read several of GG Kay's books and count some among my favorites but this one is not one of them. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Chris Meier
Kay delivers a poetically written narrative which paints a painfully lovely picture of the nature of human frailty and the joy of love.Published 22 days ago by James
Historical fiction is my first love in books. In recent years I have had much frustration in finding good historical fiction. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Kerry
For me, no writer alive today consistently weaves tales so rich and poignant that I grieve after finishing the epilogue for the loss of the company of the characters.Published 1 month ago by T. P. Stank
Seriously enjoyable, even relaxing (for folks living in a turbulent environment like DC today), but unique and deep in its way. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paul J. Werbos
In "Under Heaven" the beautifully-crafted historical fantasy Guy Gavriel Kay sweeps the reader into a setting reminiscent of the Tang Dynasty in 18th century China. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Believer
It's by Guy Gabriel Kay.... Don't need to say anything more! It's a great story that almost reads like a poem.Published 2 months ago by Nishima
Ugh - he's forgotten not only how to craft memorable characters but also how to develop a story. Sad. Very sad. Probably just a contract being filled.Published 2 months ago