The Weeping Empress
Publish date: December 2011
Pages no: 252
Edition language: English
Cast into a world in which you might only read about, Chiyo awakes to finds herself in a battle alongside Muhjah and Senka for which they are saving refugees from a group of warriors. Her husband Michael and baby Hannah have vanished (where? She does not know) and Chiyo must figure out how she came...
Perhaps I owe someone a bit of an apology. A while back, I had an argument with a self-published author who claimed that readers held indie authors to a higher standard than those published by mainstream houses. I disagreed. I have to admit that perhaps we were both right to a degree. The problem is...
I wasn't expecting this! In a very good way! Review coming soon!-------Originally posted on my blog Guiltless Reading:I know why she weeps.The book in one sentence: The making of a Japanese folk hero ... from the future.My two cents: Imagine being ripped out of your own cozy world --- in your pajama...
The story begins with a glimpse into Chiyo’s modern life as a wife and a mother. As she goes to bed with thoughts and plans forming in her mind for the next day, she has no idea about how her life is going to take an unexpected turn. She wakes up in the middle of a fight in a timeline she knows litt...
I received it for free. Its writing style is a bit different from many other contemporary fantasy books e.g. the author tells more & shows less. Also there are some reference to Japanese stuff mostly in the first half. The ending is satisfying.
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