Free Jian (China Maroc, #1) – rading–

Jian (China Maroc, #1) The Consummate Warrior The Man Who Excels The Supreme Master Of All The Arts Love And Combat, Strength And Wisdom Who Holds The Fate Of All China In His Hands In A Vast Arena With Its Vivid Scenarios Of War And Revolution, Its Intricate Loyalties Of Clan And Creed, Many Vie For Total Mastery Four Ancient Pieces Of Jade Are The Key To Unlocking The Grand Scheme Of The Jian The Prize Is Hong Kong The Glittering Jewel That Sets The KGB, The Communist Chinese, And The Americans In Deadly Battle.

Free Jian (China Maroc, #1)   – rading–
  • Paperback
  • 556 pages
  • Jian (China Maroc, #1)
  • Eric Van Lustbader
  • English
  • 06 August 2019
  • 0345466810

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10 thoughts on “Jian (China Maroc, #1)

  1. says:

    One of my favourite all time authors surely know how to spin a suspense action novel with some historical facts and an array of fictional and factual characters intertwining in his stories Of course I used to love these sorts of book...

  2. says:

    Brilliant web of intrigue and spy fast action carrying you all across the globe and back in time giving one an inkling of how things worked in China in the early 1900 s Definitely an author to look out for Busy with the next book in the Maroc series and it is just as brilliant.

  3. says:

    An all around blockbusterAs in his famous Ninja novels, this first installment in the China Maroc series was an absolute blockbuster Filled with sprawling characters, a seamless kaleidoscope of storylines come together to give us an action saga fit for tv screens Typically rich in s...

  4. says:

    Typical Asian based spy thriller that Van Lustbader has written This particular one bounces around between China, Hong Kong, Japan, Russia and the U.S The ending I found a little disappointing The most interesting parts were his incorporating Chinese history into the story This indicates I probably should read an actual history book on the subject I read several of his previous books shortly after graduating college maybe I ve outgrown these An entertaining read though if this is your gen Typical Asian based spy thriller that Van Lustbader has written This particular one bounces around between Ch...

  5. says:

    If you like the book, you need to read the second one in the series, Shan.

  6. says:

    Amazing spy thriller book A bit too romantic for my taste, but the rest of it is hard to beat It might be a bit confusing at start, but if the reader is sharp, he she will notice the main fabula elements and will start feeling excited and anxious about what might happen next.I...

  7. says:

    This was the first Lustbader book I have read It was ok.I did like the weaving in of history and present but everything was a little too perfect It all fit too neatly.The story of an assassin living in Hong Kong and another in Japan and how th...

  8. says:

    I hadn t read Lustbader for a while and if I m honest I really missed his style This book was definitely up there with the Nocholas Linnear series and is Lustbader at his best.The mix of intrigue, intense action and the marrying of two ...

  9. says:

    If you like intrigue, spies, double agents, you won t be disappointed with Jian, the first of a series developed around the history of China from the 1930 s to modern day The author uses many Chinese terms that enrich the story...

  10. says:

    This book can fool you because the begining was a bit convaluted and seemed to be a little confusing It ends up being an excellent story I was surprised at the ending You need to read this entire book to appreciate the work that went into the writing.

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