The Moss Garden Journal Of Chan Wing Tsit

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1750. A young Buddhist priest traveling to Korea is caught in storms, driven across the Pacific and shipwrecked. Lacking survival skills, he is taken in by the local people who are far from the barbarians he expected; they are complex, political, sophisticated, urbane and multilingual; a community of traders and priests with deep cultural and spiritual ways and little need for his Buddhist dharma. More
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jrrymllr reviewed on June 2, 2014

Ever so often, but not very, I find a gem of a book on smashwords. This book is one. The plot is completely improbable and completely believable
because the author writes so well and with so much detail. And it"s free!
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Mark Schultz reviewed on Sep. 4, 2013

This is an excellent read. It is written in a very engaging manner and plotted well. I was kept guessing through most of the book, the ending really blew me away. Living in the Pacific Northwest made this even more of a pleasure to read.
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