The Man Who Loved Kites

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"This is the story of Huan Po, the poet who invented kites, and of Li Zheng, the sorceress who died because they were beautiful. It also concerns General Liu Hsin who learned that war and beauty can never share the same house." So begins The Man Who Loved Kites, a reweaving of myth and legend into a bittersweet origin story spun from faith, greed, love, magic, and invention in Medieval China. Written in the style of a folktale, it is, ultimately, a story of unfailing love in the face of war. Originally published in The ...

The Man Who Loved Kites 2014, Boatman Press LLC

ISBN-13: 9780990902508

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