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    • The Pachinko Girl

    • By: Vann Chow
    • Narrated by: Greg Young
    • Length: 10 hrs and 42 mins
    • Unabridged
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    An unforgettable, breathless debut fiction by author Vann Chow, The Pachinko Girl is the winning selection of an international book award online with over 140,000 submissions. While the book appears to be a murder mystery, the author explores and exposes a slew of human rights issues such as gender inequality, hyper-sexualization of teens, homosexual discrimination, racial discrimination, and workplace bullying among others in Japan through the eyes of a foreigner with his friends from different walks of lives and professions in her seminal debut fiction series.

    Regular price: £22.89

    • Shanghai Nobody: A Novel

    • Master Shanghai, Book 1
    • By: Vann Chow
    • Narrated by: Payton Huang
    • Length: 5 hrs and 11 mins
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    Jong may be clever, but he was so awkward when it comes to dealing with women. After his girlfriend broke up with him, Jong got into all sorts of troubles. A chance encounter put him under the radar of Shirley Li, the daughter of Li Kun, one of the richest men in China. Shirley quickly became obsessed with him and hinted at the possibility of a long-term relationship. She whisked him away to America on a whirlwind honeymoon tour, but little did he know that there was a hidden agenda behind her apparent affection.

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    • Cool book!

    • By Jack Dawson on 16-05-19

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    • The House of Life, Book 1

    • By: Vann Chow
    • Narrated by: Sommer Hines
    • Length: 5 hrs and 1 min
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    1914, Tsingdao, Qing Chinese Empire: The British HMS Triumph set sail from Hong Kong on a mission to cut off supplies to the German naval base in Tsingdao, Jiaozhou, China. Among those captured was a small boy, born of a Chinese mother and a German father. He was later adopted by the HMS Triumph's engineer and raised as his own, never to know of his parents and his past.  2019, Hong Kong: The arrival of a new soul, a girl called Elise that died in a hit-and-run, at the Regional Celestial Court of Hong Kong attracted long-dead raiders that were once Manchurian bannermen.

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