Second in the trilogy that began with The Good Earth, Buck's classic and starkly real tale of sons rising against their honored fathers tells of the bitter struggle to the death between the old and the new in China. Revolutions sweep the vast nation, leaving destruction and death in their wake, yet also promising emancipation to China's oppressed millions who are groping for a way to survive in a modern age.
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Review: Sons (House of Earth #2)User Review - Allan N - Goodreads
There is a mastery of language and culture and emotions that we take for granted in an age of "Lord of the Rings" and "Game of Thrones." We also take for granted our level of literacy as we read these ... Read full review
Review: Sons (House of Earth #2)User Review - Holly Gilmer - Goodreads
A much more difficult and obnoxious read than the first of the trilogy...its main themes are spite and greed and self-obsession. Wang the Tiger is a cruel, mean spirited man and I found myself being ... Read full review