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Till Death Do Us Part #2020

Till Death Do Us Part Set in early th century China this story takes off in the port city of Tientsin Tianjin that is divided into lands called concessions and owned by several foreign powers Shen Liangsheng is a charis

  • Title: Till Death Do Us Part
  • Author: Tangstory
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 222
  • Format: Paperback
  • Till Death Do Us Part By Tangstory, Set in early 20th century China, this story takes off in the port city of Tientsin Tianjin that is divided into lands called concessions and owned by several foreign powers Shen Liangsheng is a charismatic and cunning playboy, a son of a rich businessman, who has profits as his top priority He meets Ch in Ching, an average school teacher who appears mild but actually hSet in early 20th century China, this story takes off in the port city of Tientsin Tianjin that is divided into lands called concessions and owned by several foreign powers Shen Liangsheng is a charismatic and cunning playboy, a son of a rich businessman, who has profits as his top priority He meets Ch in Ching, an average school teacher who appears mild but actually holds a patriotic heart for his home The two cross paths and sparks fly But will their love hold strong through the imminent forces that will tear the country apart

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    1 thought on “Till Death Do Us Part

    1. 3.5 Reincarnated lovers meet months before Tianjin s fall to the Japanese, and suffer and love through decades of occupation, civil war and the Cultural Revolution I mean, this is a BL romance, when it comes down to it The author ain t Yu Hua or Eileen Chang, and she pulls her punches a bit on history although doesn t gloss over the cruelties entirely And yet the writing is occasionally lovely, and the all pervasive air of bittersweet nostalgia was pure id to me Tianjin during the 1930s really d [...]

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