Breaking the Curse of the Green Dragon (A Hakka Story)

J. P. Lee

Published by Instrument of Truth
ISBN 10: 9810480423 / ISBN 13: 9789810480424
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Synopsis: Breaking the Curse of the Green Dragon (A Hakka Story) is a stimulating and poignant story of intense conflict between good and evil. The another superbly unfolds his theme on the Inheritance of Sins through the book?s central figure, Vong Lo Park, a spin-off character from his earlier novel, Curse of the Green Dragon (A Hakka Story). Both books focus intently on the curse, an inheritance of familial sexual misconduct, drawing the reader to its intriguing reality through unashamed explicit dramatization of temptations and induslgences. Although written as a sequel, this latest novel can stand entirely on its own ? thanks to the author?s ingenuity to fill in those relevant missing years at the opportune time.

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Title: Breaking the Curse of the Green Dragon (A ...
Publisher: Instrument of Truth
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Published by Instrument of Truth (2004)
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