Wang

by Pierre Bordage (Author), Sheryl Curtis (Translator)
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It is the 23rd century. An impassable screen protects Occident from its neighbouring empires. Wang, a young seventeen-year-old Chinese boy, lives with his grandmother in a poor district of Grand-Wroclaw in Silesia, one of the sub-provinces of Sino-Russia governed by the Neo-triads.


Because he has transgressed the law of Assöl the Mongol, a godfather of the clan, Wang has no other choice but to follow the path of exile. For a gateway sometimes opens in the screen at Most in Bohemia. But what happens to emigrants from Occident?


They speak of slavery or even worse; they say they are forced to fight each other like gladiators. No one has ever returned to tell the tale...



The Eiffel Tower Prize for Science Fiction 1997

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EPUB
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Watermark
Publication date
November 21, 2019
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Page count
672
ISBN
9782367935324
File size
2.14 MB
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