By Duncan Jepson
“Duncan Jepson magically inhabits the lifetime of a tender chinese language girl in Nineteen Thirties Shanghai….I completely loved this book.”
—Janice Y. okay. Lee, New York Times bestselling writer of The Piano Teacher
“Breathtaking….A nice paintings that might circulate its readers.”
—Hong Ying, overseas bestselling writer of Daughter of the River
Readers formerly enchanted through Memoirs of a Geisha, Empress, and the novels of Lisa See may be captivated by means of Duncan Jepson’s exceptional debut, All the plants in Shanghai. Evocative, sweeping, but intimate ancient fiction, Jepson’s novel transports us to a China near to revolution, and witnesses this colourful, tumultuous international throughout the eyes of a girl pressured right into a existence no longer of her opting for and pushed to hunt a sour revenge. This epic trip into the guts of Asia is certain to mesmerize enthusiasts of Shanghai Girls and Snow Flower and the key Fan.