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John Shors

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Books by John Shors
Temple of a Thousand Faces (2013)
3.79 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: Shors does if again. I have read all of his books and I really believe he is connected to South East Asia in ways that convey the true essence of a place. I read this book without wanting to put it down, there is a passion he invokes, a light that shines from his characters,even ...
The Wishing Trees (2010)
3.69 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: “One of my favorite books this year. John Shors has a wonderful gift of creating very likable and interesting characters. This book, about a father and daughter, travelling through Asia, a wish of the mother/wife who dies, and who leaves each of them a note to read in each countr...
Beside a Burning Sea (2008)
3.62 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: Anyone who believes that men can't write romance really need to reads John Shors! The relationship between Akira and Annie is simply perfection, romance-wise, for me. They balance each other out, complete each other. They're gentle and sweet with each other and just beautiful in ...
Cross Currents (2011)
3.84 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: I began John Shors’ Cross Currents in Washington, D.C., continued it on a long business trip to Thailand, and finished it in Bangkok. I had not heard of the author previously and chose the book because it’s set in Thailand, and this was to be my first visit. I needed a guide, som...
Dragon House (2009)
3.92 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: I enjoyed this book. I picked it out because I don't know much about Vietnam. The book centers around Iris and Noah who move to Vietnam to start a center for orphan children. Iris's father was a soldier in Vietnam and suffered from PTSD. Noah was a soldier in Iraq and is suff...
De Overlevenden (2012)
3.62 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: Within the historical backdrop of the sinking of the hospital ship, Benevolence, in the South Pacific, the author tells a story of intrigue, revenge, love, and survival. Annie, an American nurse, and Akira, a wounded Japanese soldier, discover that there is still poetry and beau...
Gelukskinderen (2011)
3.92 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: Too much narrative for my liking. And now, after 100 pgs, I'm experiencing an emotional connection play out between the two Americans that is painful. Bad writing! I am consistantly reminded as I read on of exactly how presumptuous the narrator can be, with notions that only ...
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