Wednesday, August 25, 2010

What We're Reading: Under Heaven

If a butterfly's wings in Brazil can make a tornado in Texas, how much more will the actions of Guy Gavriel Kay's characters in Under Heaven affect each other in this China-like world where no action is without consequences as inevitable as they are unforseeable?

As usual, Kay's prose is lovely, the world he creates is complete and satisfying, and the plot is an enchanting mosaic.

An added bonus in this sequel-laden genre is that this story is complete in one volume!

Thanks to ANDREA for this review!

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