Saving Fish from Drowning

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The highly anticipated novel from the bestselling author of 'The Joy Luck Club' and 'The Bonesetter's Daughter'.
Saving Fish from Drowning by Amy Tan is a novel about the seductions of Shangri-La, about being lost and being found, about losing your guide and carrying on regardless, and awaiting a saviour. All of this is woven into a backdrop of vibrant colours, smells, tastes and landscapes.

Businesswoman, patron of the arts and socialite Bibi Chen has been killed in mysterious circumstances. Her death may or may not be linked to the disappearance of eleven American tourists in southern Burma who are ‘following Buddha’s footprints’ on a trip dreamt up by Bibi. The group decide that the death of their guide should not stop them setting forth…but it isn’t long before they stumble into difficulty with wary tribes and the military junta, all with Bibi watching.
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Weight 0.350000
Author Amy Tan
Availability IP
Department Literature
Format Paperback
ISBN 9780007216161
Pages 496
Published 07/08/2006
Publisher Harper Perennial
Section Literature
Size Unfolded 13x20cm
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