Tanamera (Hodder Great Reads) Paperback – 28 Jun 2007
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'An astonishing fictional debut . . . A great read' (Daily Mail)
'An exceedingly good book, and one of the can't put down variety . . . a winner' M M Kaye, author of The Far Pavilions (M M Kaye, author of The Far Pavilions)
'Noel Barber has always done everything in a big way, with style, panache and a dash of adventure. But he has never written a story of such dimensions, such a sense of history and imagination as this first novel . . . it is an intensely gripping and convincing story' (Manchester Evening News)
'Barber is a master' (Mail on Sunday)
A truly Great Read - 'Convincing, exotic, lively, for sheer story-telling it puts other so-called "epics" in the shade' StandardSee all Product Description
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Asia (Hong Kong and Japan). It is great to read about life in Singapore, a British Colony with overwhelming Chinese population. As a native of Hong Kong, I see differences as well as similarities among the Chinese people under British rule.
From what I undertand both Clavell and Barber are dead. I am waiting to see such books about China and Taiwan
What a shame there are so many mistakes in the Kindle Edition. Full stops in the wrong place, unexpected capitals, commas incorrectly positioned. Not a major problem, but having to work out what is meant to be there in order to be able to read it properly disturbs the reader and makes one surface from being lost in the depths of the Malay jungle. Not helpful for the enjoyment of a good book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved every minute of it. What an epic tale. Well written page turner. You must read it for yourself.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Although this is fiction there is a large amount of true fact.Published 2 months ago by Alfred Cossey
One of those books where you can't wait to read what happens next but desperately don't want it to end. Read morePublished 2 months ago by M K Gallagher
I loved this book; a gripping story that covers a fascinating time in Singapore's history. I was so sad when it'd ended and I had to say goodbye to the characters!Published 2 months ago by kate paxton
Excellent book if the story is a based on essentially true facts of the time.Published 4 months ago by Jimminy