Book ‘Peach Blossom Spring’ by Melissa Fu

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A "beautifully rendered" novel about war, migration, and the power of telling our stories, Peach Blossom Spring follows three generations of a Chinese family on their search for a place to call home (Georgia Hunter, New York Times bestselling author). "Within every misfortune there is a blessing and within every blessing, the seeds of misfortune, and so it goes, until the end of time." It is 1938 in China and, as a young wife, Meilin’s future is bright. But with the Japanese army approaching, Meilin and her four year old son, Renshu, are forced to flee their home. Relying on little but their wits and a beautifully illustrated hand scroll, filled with ancient fables that offer solace and wisdom...
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company (March 15, 2022)  Pages: 400 pages  ISBN-10: 0316286737  ISBN-13: 978-0316286732  ASIN:‎ B096TTZYV7

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Melissa Fu grew up in Northern New Mexico and has lived in Texas, Colorado, New York, Ohio and Washington. She now lives near Cambridge, UK, with her husband and children. With academic backgrounds in physics and English, she has worked in education as a teacher, curriculum developer, and consultant. She was the 2018/19 David TK Wong Fellow at the University of East Anglia. Peach Blossom Spring is her first novel.