Saving Fish from Drowning

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On an ill-fated art expedition into Burma, 11 Americans leave their Floating Island Resort for a Christmas-morning tour--and disappear. Through twists of fate, they encounter a tribe awaiting the return of a leader and the mythical book of wisdom that will protect them from the ravages of the Myanmar military regime.

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kirving

Aug 6, 2009

This book snared me from the beginning. Of all Amy Tan's novels, this is the one I have enjoyed the most. The central character is a ghost. In some other novels, this has seemed very contrived, but in this story it feels appropriate and believable. Ms. Tan also pokes a bit of fun at tourists, but in a loving way.

swebang

Apr 3, 2007

Another of Tam's wonderful books!

What I love about reading Amy Tam's books is I am not only entertained but I always learn so much about other cultures. I found Saving Fish from Drowning hard to put down. First of all the title was intriguing. All the characters were interesting and Ms. Tam developed each one so well that at the end of the book, I felt I had personally met them. I can't wait for her next book!

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