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Rising Sun, Falling Shadow free pdf Espionage and betrayal become part of one family s struggle to survivethe sequel to the bestselling author s "The Far Side of the Sky"It s 1943, and the Japanese war machine has swallowed up Shanghai, the once-thriving Paris of the East, upending life for its Chinesepopulation as well as the city s thousands of American, British and officially stateless European residents. Newlyweds Dr. Franz Adler and his wife, Soon Yi (Sunny), struggle to keep the city s only hospital for refugee Jews open, while Shanghai s Allied citizens are interned in squalid camps outside the city.The Japanese force 20,000 Jewish refugees, including the Adlers, to relocate to a one-square-kilometre area in the slums of the citythe Shanghai Ghetto. For those trapped inside, heat, starvation and disease are constant threats. Sunny, a Shanghai native desperate to defend her lifelong home, is tempted into the dangerous embrace of the local Resistance movement, while a mysterious Chinese man brought critically wounded to the hospital may represent an even greater threat. Meanwhile, as the tide of the war begins turning in the rest of the world, the local Nazis maintain a persistent, menacing interest in Shanghai s Jewish population."Rising Sun, Falling Shadow" blends a rich portrait of a city under siege with medical drama, romance and the intrigue of Alan Furst s Mission to Paris, showing us both the heroism and the treachery that can result when ordinary people find themselves faced with extraordinary dangers."

About Daniel Kalla

DANIEL KALLA is the international bestselling author of "Pandemic, Resistance, Rage Therapy, Blood Lies, Cold Plague," and "Of Flesh and Blood." His books have been translated into eleven languages. Two novels have been optioned for film. Kalla practices emergency medicine in Vancouver, British Columbia, where he lives with his family.

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Author : Daniel Kalla
Publisher : HarperCollins Publishers
Data Published : 10 September 2013
ISBN : 1443404683
EAN : 9781443404686
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 352 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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