From the book
jacket: On an ill-fated art expedition
into the southern Shan state of Burma,
eleven Americans leave their Floating Island
Resort for a Christmas-morning tour - and
disappear. Through twists of fate, curses,
and just plain human error, they find
themselves deep in the jungle, where they
encounter a tribe awaiting the return of the
leader and the mythical book of wisdom that
will protect them from the ravages and
destruction of the Myanmar military regime.
Filled with Amy Tan's signature "idiosyncratic, sympathetic characters, haunting images, historical complexity, significant contemporary themes, and suspenseful mystery" (Los Angeles Times), Saving Fish from Drowning ...
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