× 鹿鼎記 å OH yeah. This gets better and better, and it doesn t stop here. There s a 3rd book, and you HAVE to read it you ll WANT to read itBelieve me. Second Part Of A Three Volume Picaresque Historical Romance By One Of China S Most Popular Authors Follows The Turbulent Adventures Of Mercurial Anti Hero Trinket As He Embroils Himself With Flair In Ever Complex Intrigues At Court And In The Dense Underworld Of Seventeenth Century China All Is Definitely Not As It Seems In The Palace Of That Old Whore, The Empress Dowager Trinket Begins To Suspect An Incursion Into Palace Politics By ✓ read ↠´ 鹿鼎記 by Jin Yong ¹ A Strange Sect Based On An Offshore Island, Fanatical Practitioners Of A Powerful, Manta Based Kungfu, While Contending Forces Struggle To Lay Hands On The Secret Contained In Eight Copies Of A Short Sutra, A Secret That Will Somehow Yield Mysterious PowerPosing This Time As A Pilgrim And Monk, Trinket Takes Holy Orders In Order To Penetrate The Mysterious Buddhist Realm Of The Shaolin Monastery, Of Fighting Monks Fame, And The Exotic Lamaist Pilgrimage Site Of The Wutai Mountains While His Multiple Personae Take On The World, Young Trinket Experiences, With Growing Frequency And Intensity, The Delights Of Female Companionship This Does Not Seem To Distract Him From His Kungfu Quests, And Trinket Finds Himself Faced With His Most Important Mission Yet 3. 5 stars Trinket is such a little shit. Amusing, but the plot twists in this one crossed over to WTF territory for me Just got too random.
after the slow start of the first book, i was really hesitant about starting this one, but to my surprise, this one was a actual page turner I didn t want to put it down Tamardy I just wanted to continue the adventures of Trinket and the mischief that he always seem to get himself in It was a really really fun read and can t wait to get on the third book The book is light and straightforward Just fun Can t wait to finish the series so I can go get the old TVB television show and watch that to compare. gosh this is even better than Vol 1 this is where his flirtatious nature comes in I laughed so much at his antics it s just as good as the drama series back in 1984. my only complaint is my e book copy peppered with spelling mistakes and the wrongly plaved punctuation marks. otherwise I would hv given it 5 star writing and plot wise was 5 stars. now am off to read part 3.
About The Author
, sometimes read and or written as Chin Yung , is a modern Chinese language novelist Having co founded the Hong Kong daily Ming Pao in 1959, he was the paper s first editor in chief.Cha s fiction, which is of the wuxia martial arts and chivalry genre, has a widespread following in Chinese speaking areas, including mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, and the United States His 15 works written between 1955 and 1972 earned him a reputation as one of the finest wuxia writers ever He is currently the best selling Chinese author alive over 100 million copies of his works have been sold worldwide not including unknown number of bootleg copies.Cha s works have been translated into English, French, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai, Burmese, Malay and Indonesian He has many fans abroad as well, owing to the numerous adaptations of his works into films, television series, comics and video games.Alternate profile