Sinagiri - Rajah Kasyapu and the Frescoes at Singiriya

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The story is based on historical fact. Battles, buildings and recorded events are set out factually. There was a Raja Kasyapu, who killed his father, and then in remorse became a recluse. He was, in fact, killed several years later by his younger brother after the body of the old Raja was found encased (alive) in plaster in the wall of the old palace. But who are the faces painted on the wall? More

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Words: 58,160
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781310335389
About Mike Lord

Mike had worked in sub-Saharan Africa for over 25 years, and in south and east Asia for 22 years. He was an expert in the development of livelihoods for disadvantaged farmer families, who often live in remote and mountainous areas.
Mike has now retired and has written three historical novels, and has just completed another based on the family of the Emperor Quang Trung, who is still revered all over Vietnam.

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Review by: Hatcheck on April 12, 2014 : (no rating)
Although I ended up enjoying this historical novel it took too long to gain my interest. The story was too short, perhaps additional generation stories could have been added as per Edward Rutherford's books of the same genre (Paris, New York), but this an unfair comparison.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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