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Where the mountain meets the moon

Where the mountain meets the moon

LIN, GRACE

In a fantasy story inspired by Chinese folktales, Grace Lin weaves together a number of smaller folk-tale-like stories told by the various characters.

Beginning with Minli, a young girl whose . . . Book reviewer's photo more.

Reviewed by Windy Amimo
March 31, 2013

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