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Saigon

Saigon
Vietnam's heady tropical landscape captivates fifteen-year-old Joseph Sherman on a hunting expedition to French colonial Saigon with his family in 1925. He is lured back again and again by his enduring fascination for the country and for Lan, a beautiful Vietnamese mandarin's daughter he could never forget.
Our Price: £12.50
ISBN/EAN: 9781903571682
Stock: 2
Publisher: UNKNOWN: 1903571
Pub. Date: June 29 2010
Author: GREY, ANTHONY
Format: Paperback
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Vietnam's heady tropical landscape captivates fifteen-year-old Joseph Sherman on a hunting expedition to French colonial Saigon with his family in 1925. He is lured back again and again by his enduring fascination for the country and for Lan, a beautiful Vietnamese mandarin's daughter he could never forget. Over five haunting decades Joseph's life becomes deeply enmeshed with Vietnam's turbulent, war-torn fate - until he attempts to salvage something of lasting value during the final desperate helicopter scramble to flee defeated Saigon. This new 2008 edition of Anthony Grey's epic novel of the Vietnam War in a single volume is republished some 20 years after its first publication. During this period, as critics predicted, it has stood the text of time and is now providing a new generation of readers with insights into that historic conflict - and its tragic echoes in Iraq. It has since become a bestseller in 15 countries and in eight other languages.
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